Electronics Design

Our Electronics Design team loves to fuse ideas into working products. Together they work with our clients to develop project/product specifications, design the necessary hardware & software to make embedded systems safe, reliable and cost effective, and then align those designs to world-class manufacturing principles.  From conceptual to prototyping to design verification, they seem to do it all.


Design & Engineering  •  Prototyping •  Test & Validation •  Manufacturing Tech Services


Design & Engineering capabilities include:  digital & analog circuitry design, schematics, PCB layout, component selections, and software development for a broad range of electronics applications using development tools like Altium®, C/C++, Java™ and Python™ in a variety of IDEs and protocols.  They bring products to life ranging from wireless solutions to motor controllers to precision sensing to standard I/O applications.


Using their Prototyping skill sets and tools, they create production-grade prototypes that encompass the full electronics package including plastic enclosures, bracketing, and harnessing.   Then, by pairing up the PCB assembly with the packaging, they are able to use their Electronics Lab for verifying designs and creating the documentation needed for you to build production tools for your own facility.


When it comes to Test & Validation, their team can take product designs through prototype assembly and perform Engineering-level tests in small, but effective quantities. The team performs system level and circuit level troubleshooting, worst case circuit analyses, simulations/calculations and thermal/environmental chamber testing to mitigate risk and provide confidence in their designs.  They also use one of their many connections to various external EMC test site locations.


Let’s not forget their expertise in Manufacturing Tech Services.  Their team has experts in data acquisition systems, PLC/Embedded Control systems, LabVIEW™ & LabWindows™ CVI™ programming, and control panel wiring diagrams using tools like AutoCAD® Electrical and SolidWorks® Electrical.