Specifications

Defining the customer's or end user's needs is the first and most important step of the product development process. Vague product specifications are a hotbed for misapprehension, leaving the development process prone to errors.

For a thorough specification it is paramount to pin down the feature set that the device in question will possess since these features will form the frame of the project. To define these features we look at the customer's wishes regarding the communication protocols, cyber security criterea, display type and size, number of buttons, input- and output ports and -types, possible wall mounting options, moving parts, use cases in which the device will have to perform, possible unintended use cases. There are instances of variations of a single product where getting rid of a few unneded features makes the 'offspring' a much more affordable but still uncompromised device for some cases.

Towards the end of the development process certified third party bodies test the end product compliance with the features defined at this phase.

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Outlining the system

Once the product specifications are defined, the design process starts, at the end of which there will be a well defined concept of the end product.

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Software development

Developing software for embedded systems can be challenging since every system is in many ways different from the others and has lots of unique features.

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Hardware design

Hardware design is all about precise design and consideration of all factors, where the end product will be the intended PCB that can pass all tests and measures up to all expectations.

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Enclosure design

Enclosure design kicks off from the preliminary sketches created to pin down specifications of the device, but without the luxury of approximations this time around.

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Prototyping

After the PCB design is ready to be tested, severeal PCBs are produced and assembled. The circuits and chosen components can be tested with the software as a system, and tried into 3D printed enclosures.

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Testing

Testing means measuring a devices parameters and comparing those to expected measurements. The goal is to find the real values and limits of the device and compare those to expected values.

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System optimization

Test results are condensed into changes in the system in such way that all intended improvements are met.

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Low volume production

Low volume production of the tested devices means making 50-300 devices on full-blown assembly lines, injection molding machines and using the whole production line as if thousands of the devices would be created.

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Certifications

The final tackle in a device's development is pushing through certifications. These certifications make sure that the device is in conformance with all criterea set in the specifications phase.

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