In This Issue:

We’re growing

Stuart Tyrrell is the latest addition to our team at Voler Systems. In his role of Director of Engineering, he will work with Voler Systems’ engineering team to deliver product development consulting services including design for medical device, motor control, and data acquisition systems. Read more

Stanford University’s VLAB Meetings Highlight Trends

Walt Maclay recently attended two interesting VLAB panel discussions on “Wearable Devices, The Next Mobile Platform” and “The Uploaded Life: Personal Evolution Through Self-Tracking.” VLAB, a group that meets at Stanford University, is dedicated to promoting the growth and success of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures by connecting people, ideas, and technology. These two panels helped to crystallize my understanding of some trends in personal tools and medical devices as they transition from mechanical/optical to electromechanical to electronic/MEMS implementations. Read more

Presenting at PRG’s “Managing Design Risk”

Walt Maclay joins a panel of industry experts who will explore managing trade-offs and risks on performance, quality and costs. Successful new product development introduction (NPI) involves the art of balancing schedules, resources, and costs to enable products that launch on-time, with desired performance and at the right cost. The panelists will look at how to identify all the risks in development, and shares their knowledge of the latest emerging risks.

PRG Lunch Webinar “Managing Design Risk”

Date: Thursday, May 17, 2012

Time: 11:30am to 1:30pm

More information & registration

Voler is Ready to Do Your Project

Voler’s goal is to be your go-to solution for Electronic Design. We connect the world to electronics by doing:

Electronic design & systems

Digital circuit design
Analog design
Sensor signal conditioning
Motion control
Instrumentation and sensors
Data acquisition
Test Systems

Software

C, Visual Basic, LabVIEW, and other programming
Embedded, Windows, DOS, or Unix

About Our Organization…

Voler Systems provides full-service R&D consulting from concept and design to production of electronic devices. Since 1979, clients have turned to us for reliable new products and test systems involving sensors and measurement electronics. Our multidisciplinary team delivers high quality products on time and on budget. We have developed hand-held equipment, web cameras, heart valve testers, RFID devices, and other specialized sensor based electronics and prototype circuits.