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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

What to Consider When Choosing Common Coding Platforms for IoT

Right now, the Internet of Things (IoT) platform market is filled with over 100 contenders vying to become the next SAP. The platform business is very profitable and long-lived (platforms aren’t changed that often), so the winner stands to reap plenty of rewards for becoming “the” IoT platform. It’s a compelling opportunity for those looking to develop a platform, but not if you’re trying to decide on one for your IoT application. Which do you choose?

The Three Things You Need to Know about Your Preventative Maintenance Data

Preventative maintenance (PM) is one of the main reasons that companies are turning to Internet of Things  (IoT) technology. It can help optimize asset performance, decrease operating costs, and even extend the life of the physical asset. All these things add up to enormous savings and increased ROI. It’s no wonder companies are adding sensors and data collection devices throughout their systems to actualize the benefits of PM.

Security in Embedded Software – How to apply what we learned in the past 20 years

Until recently, security in embedded software was not widely discussed. Now, if you attend any IoT conference, you will find it on the agenda of numerous presentations. Vendors of new frameworks, processes, or communication protocols all mention security even if it’s only an aside, as in, “Oh, and it’s secure.” Given that your system is only as safe as your weakest connection, it’s imperative to understand and plan for security threats you may encounter when you connect your system to the Internet of Things.