ByteSnap’s free Embedded Systems Clinic helps innovators take their electronic designs to the next level
ByteSnap Design has set up an Embedded Systems Clinic during Birmingham Tech Week, on 16-20 October. The multi-award winning embedded systems consultancy created the clinic for manufacturers, technical decision-makers, and innovative start-ups who are on the brink of making new device and system projects.
ByteSnap’s Embedded Systems Clinic aims to offer a gateway to propel any concepts, prototypes, or design projects forward if they’ve come to a standstill due to lack of in-house resources or skillsets. The consultations will provide access to ByteSnap’s expertise and feedback on next steps to taking electronic and software designs from mind map to market.
Dunstan Power, Director, ByteSnap, said:
“We’ve set up our free clinic because we know that bringing an electronic product to its successful market launch can be challenging, with complex steps and potential pitfalls to navigate. We really want to see good ideas succeed and our experienced engineering team looks forward to advising and assisting manufacturers and innovators in realising their ideas.”
Based at its new offices within the Park Point development in Longbridge, ByteSnap Design offers bespoke electronics design and consultancy for clients in areas including Embedded Linux Development, Low Power Wireless and PCB design.
One of the successful projects that ByteSnap has assisted clients with was an IoT Smart home security system design for Cocoon, a technology company within the home security market. ByteSnap was enlisted to work on the electronics design and software on embedded platforms. Features of the innovative smart home security system with device side encryption and unique technology to sense activity throughout a home. It even detects intruders through closed doors.
ByteSnap has been in the business for more than 15 years with global clients. Its clinic is a complimentary, zero-commitment, 30-minute online consultation with ByteSnap’s hardware and software engineers and can be booked via this link during Birmingham Tech Week (subject to availability) https://www.bytsnp.uk/HcJk.