Increasingly complex, integrated, networked and smarter
Because there are so many possible uses and different requirements, it is all but impossible to give a universally valid definition of Embedded Systems. Normally in Embedded Systems, the electronics are embedded into systems or machines and process complex applications in real time.
Embedded Systems consist of a combination of hardware and software. They frequently include sensors and actuators as well as communication interfaces, human/machine interfaces, and networking options for machines. Unlike personal computers, Embedded Systems use special peripheral devices such as keys, rotary switches, or indicators and displays. Output units range from simple flashing lights through LCD displays to very large displays. Input options are similarly varied. These general conditions make development of Embedded Systems challenging.
Thanks to selectively applied process automation, our solutions simplify efficient development of Embedded Systems. Sources of error are found early in the process, development times are cut, and costs drop - and all that with better quality. Our goal is to provide our customers with integrated, comprehensive solutions that take into consideration all relevant aspects of the product lifecycle. This is the only way to achieve the desired results consistently.