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Our engineers help you design custom smart products with the end user in mind, thanks to our full range of in-house technical skills.

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Bringing agility to engineering

Our teams combine the agile methodology of project management with the classic waterfall method to enhance our product design process. Together we optimize the coordination between mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and software development to create innovative IoT products.

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Product-market fit assessment

To be confident that your product idea is optimized for the market, our innovation lab works closely with the product development team to assess the product-market fit of your innovation. The assessment not only analyzes whether the product fits the needs of your target users but also defines potential product evolutions with UX designers to iterate on different pathway options.

A flexible design process

Our design process to develop IoT and connected objects combines several different services such as mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, firmware development, and application software development.

Architecture Drafting

Architecture Drafting

During this first phase of the design process, we validate the budget and draft the device architecture. This requires our design teams to take customer input and environmental input to draft the product specifications. With our expert knowledge of the latest protocols and technologies for building reliable infrastructures for IoT devices, we help our customers design their own solutions with a scalable approach.

Industrial design & prototypes

Industrial design & prototypes

Once our teams have finalized the architecture, we advance to the industrial design where we make prototypes, run tests, and obtain pre-certifications to be sure that we won’t face any EMC non-compliance issues during the next phases. During this phase, we design the infrastructure, conceptualize the full extent of the project, choose the right technologies, and make sure that everything will be flexible enough to adapt to changes.

Industrial toolings

Industrial toolings

Then after we validate the prototypes, we move on to the industrialization phase during which we make toolings, like industrial toolings for electronics and mechanical parts. This phase aims to confirm the industrial aspects of the project and the design for mass production.



Following the industrial design validation and product certification, we proceed with mass production of your product in our manufacturing plant in the Philippines, where we can support small to medium-scale manufacturing projects (about 10K to 100K units).

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is SW vs HW engineering?

SW stands for software engineering which includes designing, coding, testing, and upkeeping computer programs. HW or hardware engineering focuses on the research and development, testing, and component manufacturing processes to build physical equipment.

What is product lifecycle management (PLM)?

This refers to how teams move products through each stage of their life including research and development, production and launch, scaling, market maturity, and decline. The complete lifecycle includes both building and manufacturing goods as well as selling them on the market.

Why are embedded systems designed?

An embedded system is a hardware system that contains software designed to perform a specific task. They are designed to repeatedly perform a pre-defined function. Depending on what this task is, embedded systems are often smaller than computers making them convenient to integrate into devices.

What’s the difference between CAD and CAM?

Computer-aided design (CAD) refers to using computer platforms to build and iterate engineering design plans. Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) is when engineers use computer systems to oversee the operations at a manufacturing factory.