Embedded development

Embedded development

What is Embedded development in systems and electronics. In short,

Embedded software is computer software, written to control machines or devices that are not typically thought of as computers. It is typically specialized for the particular hardware that it runs on and has time and memory constraints.This term is sometimes used interchangeably with firmware, although firmware can also be applied to ROM-based code on a computer, on top of which the OS runs, whereas embedded software is typically the only software on the device in question.

A precise and stable characteristic feature is that no or not all functions of embedded software are initiated/controlled via a human interface, but through machine-interfaces instead.

Manufacturers ‘build in’ embedded software in the electronics of e.g. cars, telephones, modems, robots, appliances, toys, security systems, pacemakers, televisions and set-top boxes, and ATMS, for example.This software can be very simple, such as lighting controls running on an 8-bit microcontroller with a few kilobytes of memory with the suitable level of processing complexity determined with a Probably Approximately Correct Computation framework(a methodology based on randomized algorithms), or can become very sophisticated in applications such as airplanesmissiles, and process control systems.

CRS Specialize in embedded system development. We can develop manufacture and implement automation solutions for your requirement or business. We specialize in Programmable timers, real time clocks, count down timers, detonators as well as  sensor and motor interfacing for industrial automation.

Processors used for automation  can be but is not limited to the 8051, PIC Micro, ARM Cortex and ATmega AVR’s. We program both C embedded and Assembly.

Atmel AVR development     pic micro developentarm cortex development


Our turnkey solutions consist of the following. We design the the concept you require for your solution on paper and may also use a cad simulator to see how this design will run in read world applications. We then draw the schematics on a CAD system and convert them to PCB layout files. The layout files are routed and components are placed where required. Once the PCB is complete we offer a 3D visiual on teh computer as how its will look. If the client is happy we will have the gerbers printed and the PCB is sent in for  manufacturing.

When the prototype boards arrive from manufacturing the PCB is assembled and tested. Changes are made as required and a  pre-production roll out gets underway. Intensive field testing is performed and the products are monitored to see if they function as expected. Only once the client s happy with the performance do we step into the production phase of the project.

If you are a company that requires specific solutions to everyday problems, do not hesitate to make an appointment with us. We are here to assist.




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