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Diagnostic design works extremely well – met cost target

February 23rd, 2017|Categories: Analog Circuit Design, Customer References, Medical Devices, V2017|

Volume 2017, Issue 1 Newsletter

In This Issue: We Love Design Challenges We love hard problems, good design, good coffee, and cool hardware gadgets. We love to design! Sometimes the hardest design problems are the most interesting. Here's how we approach the hard design challenges Engineering Manager: Are You a Boss or a Leader? Learning to be a leader to [...]

February 15th, 2017|Categories: News, Newsletters, V2017|

We Love Design Challenges

At Voler Systems we specialize in sensors, motion control, wireless, and medical device product design. We love hard problems, good design, good coffee, and cool hardware gadgets. We love to design! Sometimes the hardest design problems are the most interesting. Here's how we approach the hard ones. Understand the problem and the tools Electronic design [...]

February 12th, 2017|Categories: V2017|

Voler electrical engineering team was invaluable

"Voler's strength in electrical engineering has been invaluable to Obe and to optimizing our customer experience." Hilary Jensen Wade, co-founder of Obe Smart Pet Products. "We are excited to share that Obe ProBowl has won the first-ever Pet Care Innovation Prize powered by Purina."     Read more about this innovative connected pet care project  

February 6th, 2017|Categories: Customer References|

Walt Maclay Speaking at HardwareCon 2017

Walt Maclay will be speaking at HardwareCon 2017. A two-day conference exclusively for hardware startup entrepreneurs, and is structured to help founders catapult their businesses to the next levels of success. Walt will be sharing ultra low-power design techniques. We hope to see you there! Ultra Low-power design techniques Gone are the days when laptops drive the definition of [...]

February 5th, 2017|Categories: Batteries, News, Ultra Low Power, V2017|

Engineering Manager: Are You a Boss or a Leader?

Learning to be a leader to your team, instead of being a boss, can be a challenge. This is true whether you have just transitioned from a product developer to a management position, or you have been a manager (or team leader) for a while. There are things you can do and ways you can behave [...]

February 1st, 2017|Categories: Management, V2017|

5x Battery Life for Electric IMP based Product

Recently, we worked with a startup to improve the battery life for their connected product. It was based on the Murata's impModule™ module with an ARM processor and WiFi transceiver. They needed a battery life of many weeks, and it was less than one week. First, we looked at various parts of the circuit and [...]

January 28th, 2017|Categories: Batteries, IoT, Recent Projects, Ultra Low Power, V2017|

Tips to successfully manage product development without a technical background

Managing product development is difficult. Especially when you don't have a technology background and you are doing it for the first time. We have worked with many such business owners to help them develop hardware and software products. Throughout the years we have also discovered there's a lot of inaccurate advice out there. This article [...]

December 15th, 2016|Categories: Design Tips, Management, Project Management, V2016|

Walt Maclay Speaks to a USAsia Venture Group

Walt Maclay was delighted to be an invited speaker at a USAsia Venture Group  meeting concerned with commercialization of early-stage technologies. These IoT case studies illustrate the different ways that smart, connected devices are being leveraged for competitive advantage. He presented design trends and challenges for Sensors, IoT, Wearable Devices, and Home Health. Here is [...]

November 14th, 2016|Categories: IoT, News, Trends|

Volume 2016, Issue 4 Newsletter

In This Issue: The Engineering Manager's Journey For engineering managers who want to create workplace environments for high performance and engineering excellence, learning from peers is a great way to become a better manager. Check out some lessons learned from peer engineering leaders. John Dring: Vice President of Engineering John Dring is our Vice President [...]

November 8th, 2016|Categories: News, Newsletters, V2016|