WE ENJOY REVIEWING COMPLEX PROBLEMS!
We are a proud Australian born and bread, owned and operated family firm. Chief service providers for Advance Queensland, Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0. We provide a broad range of services in hardware and software such as prototyping, product design, product development, custom electronics, software development, embedded systems, firmware programming, 3D CAD, 3D animation, penetration testing and even sophisticated surveillance supply and install.
We are feedback driven - working prototype and functional prototype experts and focused on reducing the product unit cost (marginal costs). We believe products and solutions evolve best through end user testing and field testing. We enjoy working on both straight forward and complex projects. We have developed a wide range of proof of concepts (PoC) for testing ideas and concepts, or evaluating market demand.
We have a strong background in wireless technology, sensors, motors, power management, IoT, IIoT, Linux, algorithms, programming, autonomous mobile robotics, computer vision, mechanical design, industrial automation, control theory, computer security and IT. We use all operating systems and wrote in that many programming languages, its all the same to us. Similar for CAD tools - both EDA / ECAD and MDA / MCAD.
Our engineers, developers, designers, programmers and coding experts have always had personal hardware workshops (aka "innovation hub" or "innovation lab") since childhood - we love innovation, creativity and making stuff - particularly electro-mechanical projects. All this enables us to review your problems and objectives from many different angles, which provides the most efficient and effective solution.
From our experience hardware solutions and products evolve through both end user testing and innovation in a workshop. A good range of hand tools, power tools, welding equipment and machining equipment is critical. We even have a sewing machine for wearable technology!
We prototype a lot of our mechanical designs via 3D printing and CNC, however it's limited, and in some cases costly and inefficient for one-off proof of concepts for testing ideas - it these cases we might manually fabricate parts. For most machine-made multi-part prototypes, you might need to manually file, grind, drill, cut, weld or glue to make them fit - these minor tweaks can then be noted for the next design revision.
Initially - designs are typically optimised for prototyping. When ready for production. Designs are optimised for production - aka design for manufacture (DFM).