Feature article on prototypes in Embedded Computing Design June 2018

Don't miss our recent article on prototypes "Testing your key assumptions" in Embedded Computing Design. Prototypes are an important part of the hardware development process. At the simplest level, a prototype is an initial or preliminary model of the product. You build a prototype to test key assumptions that you have about the product. Prototypes [...]

June 30th, 2018|Categories: Embedded Systems, News, V2018|

Security is not a bolt-on feature, it needs to be built into your IoT and wearable devices

Security can not be an afterthought for IoT and wearable devices, it must be designed in from the very beginning. It must be addressed in all phases of the project, including system design, test and validation. Security tradeoffs and implementation will impact Hardware requirements and power consumption End-to-end connectivity Testing and validation Why is IoT [...]

February 28th, 2018|Categories: Embedded Systems, IoT, V2018, Video, Wearable Devices|

User Interface for Chemical Analysis

Voler Systems developed an instrument that measures turbidity (cloudiness) of water for industrial water processing.  It uses the refractive index of the fluid to measure the volume of minute particles in the water.  The user interface provided control for operational, diagnostic, and calibration functions. We provided a clear and intuitive user interface for the instrument [...]

Electronics and Embedded Software for Medical Devices

We provide full-service R&D consulting from concept and design to production of devices for human use and instruments. Our multidisciplinary team knows the regulatory process and procedures and delivers high-quality products on time and on budget. Voler Systems can design to the strict requirements for federal and European design that include: IEC60601 – medical device requirements IEC62304 [...]

IoT based on ARM processor and TI CC3200 Wifi Module

We recently delivered two different IoT projects that were both based on the TI CC3200 Wifi Module with an ARM Cortex-M4 processor. We selected the ARM Cortex-M4 because it's low-power 16-bit processor was ideal for our real-time application.  The TI module nicely integrates the ARM processor, wifi block, timers, the Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) channels, and [...]

RTECC Slides: Sensors, Wearable Devices, and IoT Trends

If you missed Voler Systems at RTECC, here are the slides.  

March 11th, 2015|Categories: Embedded Systems, IoT, News|

The IoT Journey Begins at RTECC 2015

Walt Maclay is an invited speaker at Real-Time Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC), a FREE event dedicated to bringing the design community together to share challenges, solutions and inspiration for evolving and emerging industries. Walt will share with his vision of Sensors, Wearable Devices, and IoT trends on January 22, 2015 at 2pm. Register for free [...]

January 9th, 2015|Categories: Embedded Systems, IoT, News|

Software: Testing Motion Detection for Wearable Devices

Here is a case study for a recent project where we assisted a customer with motion detection for wearable devices. We were able to find and fixed one troubling but intermittent problem and also gave them a testing rig to test the accuracy of future software upgrades to the device. Active Mind Technology provides golfers [...]

Looking for a World-Class Embedded Engineer

Voler is an expert in all types of measurements, analog circuit design, digital circuit design, and mixed signal design, as well as measurement and control software. Specializing in sensors, motion control, wireless, and medical device design, my staff of senior engineers and I can design a new product rapidly that works the first time. They [...]

Wireless USB Boasts Convenience for Industrial and Embedded Solutions

Universal serial bus (USB) is an economical and convenient connection for both industrial and commercial applications; USB continues to replace many legacy serial connections (i.e. RS-232, 485).

However, for some industrial and embedded solutions, wireless USB is becoming the choice interface for enabling connectivity to new applications. Products are moving to wireless USB to eliminate cables and to gain the convenience of always being connected.

May 3rd, 2011|Categories: Embedded Systems, IoT, V2011, Wireless|Tags: , |