What We Do
We develop various hardware modules that are in the form of PC plug-in cards. As a complementary service, we develop drivers for these modules.
In parallel with hardware renewal, we update existing drivers with new functionalities and make them compatible with more recent versions of operating systems.
Technologies and Tools
For Windows drivers, we use Windows Driver Kit (WDK), Windows SDK, and Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMDF). As IDE, we use Microsoft Visual Studio. We use any appropriate Linux IDE together with SDK when implementing Linux drivers. SDKs are delivered by the chip producer.
One important market segment is test devices for the industrial and automotive application area. There we respond to challenging demands on software stability and backward compatibility with the existing card portfolio.
Our Typical Workflow
As the first step, we make the initial analysis of the product requirements. We suggest the system – software compatible to the new hardware and to the existing cards. We implement and test the software in a vertical integration approach. Each feature is implemented, unit-tested, and integrated into the existing package in one individual spin.
As one of the last steps, we release the software for the customer’s production series, including the documentation.
We have experience with Windows drivers for testing PCIe cards. We implemented fast data acquisition and multiplexing techniques in this project.
We have made the drivers for analog and digital signal processing too.
Sample of implemented projects:
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