Currently we are developing a new product for McRoberts, called the Move Monitor. We use state of art components like a recently released 9-axis gyro from InvenSense to create a new product generation.
Currently under development is a human machine interface for a testing device. The system provides a capacitive touch panel on which a high-quality interface will be displayed to the end user. This development is carried out with our design partner Dunc design studio.
For Rad Rod E-Bike we developed the bike control unit. The project consists of both hardware and software development. Through an Android app, it is possible to lock the bike, read the status of the battery and of course view the current cycling speed.
Based on an Android system we created a car infotainment system that was used in a dashboard demonstrator..
For various tests and proof of concepts we development a Lora WAN Gateway and cloud platform. The platform was used for demonstration purposes in retail and agriculture.
For presentation purposes, we developed a custom media player which merges three HD monitors and plays synchronized content. This setup is mainly used for exhibitions and presentations.
A range of products that we Android as the basis for the project. We have our own Android port for the Freescale iMX6 platform. The development board is used for rapid prototyping and product validation.
A driver board for driving a 10-inch display was developed. The boards are used for multiple proof of concept developments. The board houses a System on Module containing and is equipped with linux for easy application development. The board is equipped with various I/O; Ethernet, USB, RS485 and eMMC. For this product, a custom board and sample applications where build.
For a car-dashboard demonstrator a 10-inch display was used as the interface.
A driver board for driving an 8-inch display was developed. The boards are used for multiple proof of concept developments. The board houses a System on Module containing and is equipped with Linux for easy application development. The board is equipped with various I/O; Ethernet, USB, RS485 and eMMC.
We developed an advanced pricing tool for Philips Lighting UK. This new tool makes it easy for all lighting divisions to deliver quick price inquiries to their clients.
A driver board for driving a 13.2inch display was developed. The boards are used for multiple proof of concept developments. The board houses a System on Module containing and is equipped with Linux for easy application development. The board is equipped with various I/O; Ethernet, USB, RS485 and eMMC.
A driver board for driving a 7-inch display was developed. The boards are used for multiple proof of concept developments. The board houses a System on Module containing and is equipped with Linux for easy application development. The board is equipped with various I/O; Ethernet, USB, RS485 and eMMC.
Platform for easy commissioning and configuring electronic shelf labels.
Based on a self-developed wireless sensor network system, we developed a light-control unit, which can be operated from a Cloud application. Because the nodes functions also as gateways for other nodes, great distances can be reached such as found in car parks and agriculture.
For a controlling test equipment, we developed an Android application based on AngularJS and Ionic. Communication with the hardware was implemented using a Bluetooth serial connection.
In collaboration with Design Studio DUNC we developed a robust 10-inch ESL system with advanced power management. The ESLs can be easily placed and adjusted in stores, and this replaces paper pricing tags. The system is equipped with a 10inch high quality displays for showing high resolution content. Communication facilities are expanding in size using one or two of the built-in USB port. For example, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Lora, NB-Internet of things are possible.
In collaboration with Design Studio Dunc we developed an advanced barcode scanner Opticon. The hand terminal is well equipped with state of the art barcode scanner Opticon. As host device, we implemented an off the shelf Android device. The underlying hardware acts as the interface card for power management and the interface with the host device. This configuration enables customers tail made to develop Android based application for their customers.
In several products we developed, we make use of LEDs for lighting or product promotion purposes. Therefor we developed our own RGB LED driver. The driver has multiple connections for configuration purposes.
Retail is moving more and more quickly to digital signage when another market. For one of our clients we carry various sizes (e-paper) displays and applications. Particulate in this project three long and small displays were combined as it behaved like a display. Our software makes it possible to play back content on the synchronized three displays.
We enhanced an existing ESL system with NFC functionality. This gives the opportunity to recognize products and display matching content on the displays.
Image recognition is upcoming in retail. With the technique to monitor shelves, stocks can be checked and replenished more precisely. As proof of concept, we developed an electronic shelf, equipped with three cameras for image recognition. Successfully we developed a proof of concept that is able to count various objects and informs the retailer about the stock.
For remote control of grease valves a controller has been developed. The system is used by a business in the Netherlands that is specialized in Lubrication systems.
A specific lightning warning system has been developed for a large golf course in the Netherlands. This system can be operated remotely via SMS and call in construction. The system is self-supporting through the use of a solar panels. The system is equipped with a large air horn which is driven by a compressor, creating a powerful sound blast when a storm threatens the golf course.
By using Ethernet, we linked multiple media players, each with its own HD monitor connected, we realized a massive high-definition video screen with a total resolution of 115 000 by 3200 pixels. The developed software provides picture and sound synchronization. Multiple input pipelines can be combined for creating one huge video presentation.
To power multiple USB devices at once we developed a Power Supply Unit that powers up to 24 USB devices simultaneously.
We developed an application to monitor loads. The application periodically checks all cargo tank levels and sends the data to the shore via a built-in data modem.
For the processing of temperature measurements, we develop an Android-based board with touch display and custom user interface.
Operating software has been developed for the control of an industrial furnace.
Control software is developed for monitoring various test processes.
Ensuring stability in the shipping industry is important. Stability calculations are time intensive and therefore we developed stability calculation software. Our software is used on the majority of the Dutch inland shipping industry.
For the calibration of measuring equipment in the petrochemical industry we developed the "safety box". This box makes it safe for the technician to connect measuring equipment to the box in an explosion risk area.
We development a cloud based application for scheduling and recording maintenance intervals.
For use at events, we developed a full HD touch terminal that targets visitors for filling out registration forms.
In a few years fixed telephony lines will completely disappear. This transitions means that existing security systems that are using these lines needs to be upgraded or replaced. Especially for this purpose we developed a PSTN GPRS bridge. The bridge makes it possible to connect existing PSTN devices via the mobile network of a telecom provider.
Skippers are required to place an interface panel as part of their alarm systems in their living quarters. We developed a custom panel with simple functionality and sleek design for ‘Berg Maritime Meetsystemen’.
Our HART compatible multiplexer is a device that can handle up to 8 HART devices and has been approved for use in the maritime transport sector.
A wireless sensor network was developed based on a Nordic 2.4Ghz radio. Nodes in the network can be equipped with multiple sensors for example the mapping of heat or humidity areas. Both hard- and software has been developed for the project. This project forms the basis for various other projects.
NMEA is a protocol that is commonly used in boating, water sport, for interconnecting equipment on board. This equipment could for example be a GPS receiver. By reading out the NMEA data from the GPS receiver and make this available through a Wi-Fi hotspot on board, this data could be used in Android or iOS for creating a navigation application. For this project, hard- and embedded software was developed.