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Customer’s Feedback to our Consultancy Service

Permobil / Per Larsson:

Peeter was in the project between 2018-03-12 and 2020-04-30.

He was throughout this period mainly working with PSoc1 development for embedded software in C and assembler and testbench development in C# and in the later end development for IMX6 in C++ v17.

He has been working remote all the time from his office in Estonia.

His skills are:

  • Solid engineer with excellent know-how in the embedded software field and deep knowledge of hardware.
  • Experienced PSOC developer.
  • Strong driver to both maintain his own work and planning in conjunction with the rest of the project and also add on and manage local work force for simpler assignments i.e. testing.
  • Good understanding of how to run projects and improve work teams.
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TauBus Local Area Architecture

We have codenamed our Ultra Low Power Wired Internet of Things Network as “TauBus”. About the novelty of the Physical Layer data messaging you can read from our other posts and news.

This article describes big picture about how we see the TauBus is used in IoT system and how the data is connected into internet infrastructure. Following drawing depicts generic view of the actors in the network.

Continue reading TauBus Local Area Architecture
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KiCad – Electronic Design Software

KiCAD is a Cross Platform and Open Source Electronics Design Automation Suite. We found that its functionality is well above productivity level. We have successfully designed many schematics and PCB-s with this tool, exported the 3D result as STEP file to verify how it does fit into the mechanical model.

Since we have decided to use this tool as our main product development electronics design tool, 2019 is the 3’rd year we have supported the KiCAD development. CERN & Society Foundation takes great care of transparent funding of the project. We have nicely asked for invoice prior donation and received one.

You will find KiCAD from its home page

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Published Ultra Low Power Wired Field-bus

We have published the principle of the ultra low power field-bus technology in the magazine of Electronics Maker. The article can be found following this link.

Earlier we have published parts of this information in various locations:

We are going to show a demonstration of the features at the fair of Embedded World. Our stand is located at Hall 4 / 4-682.