Indesign has a wide range of engineering capabilities to provide full turn-key product development. We can also provide specific design engineering services to complement your existing design engineering staff. Indesign has worked effectively with a large number of clients in joint development projects.
Ways to Engage
How to partner with Indesign
- Systems Engineering: Requirements development, system architecture
- Electrical Design: Circuit architecture, schematic, PCB layout, PCB assembly, circuit testing
- RF & Wireless Design: RF architecture, circuit and antenna design, RF testing
- Firmware & Software Design: Software architecture, BSP, drivers, applications, integration testing
- Mechanical Design: Industrial Design, mechanical architecture, MCAD layout, prototypes, mechanical testing
- Testing: Unit testing, software system testing, hardware testing
- Project Management: Project scheduling, project tracking, project coordination
- Human Factors Design: User Interface design, feature operation, user testing
Indesign has a variety of facilities and equipment to support our engineering services.
- Circuit design – Five electrical design labs with a wide variety of electronic equipment; PSPICE for circuit simulation.
- PCB design – Multiple Cadence Allegro and Altium PCB design workstations; bare PCBs are fabricated by outside board shops.
- PCB assembly – Machine placement equipment and a solder reflow oven are used for automated assembly of PCBs containing SMT and BGA components. Assembly technicians provide supplemental hand assembly capability.
- Software design – Three software design labs with a variety of software development systems and test equipment, including a wide variety of wired and wireless protocol analyzers and logic analyzers.
- Mechanical / MCAD design – Multiple CAD workstations (PTC Creo and SolidWorks); ANSYS for finite element stress analysis; Autodesk Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for thermal and fluid analysis; a mechanical lab for mechanical part modification and mechanical testing; prototype mechanical parts are fabricated by external vendors.
- Testing – Three test labs for system testing, ESD testing, environmental testing, and RF (screen room) testing. General purpose test tools include systems for requirements and test case management, and LabVIEW for the development of test and measurement applications.
- Project Management – Computer aided tools for schedule management, budget tracking, staffing, and project planning.
- Component Sourcing – Indesign’s component engineer maintains relationships with electronic component vendors and has access to component availability, pricing, and component samples.