If you are looking for a partner who will always work closely with you, making sure that you’re solving your problems, not adding to them then it is worth looking at the examples below.
These case studies show just a small selection of the range of situations where the cross-pollination of ideas from one industry to another has helped us to bring projects to a successful solution when developing embedded software and hardware products.
Digital Video Gateway
Developed as a safety-critical component for a rail-approved CCTV system, enabling Driver-Only Operation (DOO). Read more about Digital Video Gateway.
Set Top Box (STB)
ASE’s client, PACE Microtechnology Plc, developed the hardware and software for STBs, but was considering moving their software to an Indian outsource supplier. Read more about Set Top Box.
ASE’s Client, Mors Smitt UK Ltd, engaged ASE to design and develop the control unit for a UK STM to operate to a MTBF tolerance of 220,000 hours. Read more about TPWS STM.
A company developing Personal Video Recorders (PVRs) wanted a solution that could compress a recorded MPEG2 programme. Read more about MPEG Transcoder.
We were approached by our client after their original supplier let them down, more than 18 months into the project. We stepped in, developing the control hardware and innovative control system in less than 6 months, including full approval to medical safety standard IEC60601. Read more about Isokinetics equipment development.
A client in the SCADA market was developing a new product to control power sub-stations, requiring perfect time-synchronisation between units on a daisy-chained fibre network.Read more about SCADA Time Synchronisation.