Embedded Systems and Internet of Things Engineering

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Embedded Software Development and Consulting for the Internet of Things

Software Design Solutions provides consulting and embedded software development services. We use our knowledge and expertise to solve problems at every stage of application development. Companies can either hand off projects for us to develop for them, or we can join the existing customer team to provide experienced engineers with little or no ramp time. They can also leverage our decades of embedded software expertise to learn new best practices in agile embedded software development.

The best part? Our experienced staff is full-time and permanent, so most companies can work with the same people on multiple projects.

To learn more about what we do and how we do it, read about our services, or contact us.

Software Design Solutions Recent Blog Posts

IoT and low power unite to benefit utility companies

IoT and low power unite to benefit utility companies

Improvements and cost reductions in radio technology are opening all sorts of opportunities to add connectivity to far-flung operations, such as pipelines and other infrastructure networks. Low-cost, low-power protocols such as narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), coupled with careful power management engineering to maximize battery life, give us exciting new options for connectivity and “smart” systems.

Checklist: 11 steps to designing a successful IoT system

Checklist: 11 steps to designing a successful IoT system

Global spending on IoT is expected to reach $745 billion in 2019, proving that all sectors are investing in IoT technology. The industries leading the way in this spend are probably no surprise—manufacturing, transportation, utilities, and the consumer sector.

How IoT technology improves food safety & restaurant efficiency

How IoT technology improves food safety & restaurant efficiency

Approximately one in six people get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 actually die each year from food-related illnesses. In response to these alarming statistics, the FDA introduced the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) in 2011. The legislation was a major overhaul to the country’s food safety framework, placing new regulations on producers and suppliers throughout the entire food supply chain. 

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