Don’t miss our recent article on prototypes “Testing your key assumptions” in Embedded Computing Design.
Prototypes are an important part of the hardware development process. At the simplest level, a prototype is an initial or preliminary model of the product. You build a prototype to test key assumptions that you have about the product. Prototypes can be used to test feasibility risks and to test desirability. You can put a prototype in a customer’s hands to answer questions that you might have about how well the product satisfies your market requirements.
- Rapid prototyping saves time and costs
- Not all prototypes are the same
- Tips for prototype development
Recent Prototype Projects
Many of our projects include developing prototypes and feasibility studies. Here are a few of our favorites:
- Universal Health-Sensor Platform
- Audio system for conference rooms
- Wearable for sleep analysis
- Prototype Catheter Measures Heart Muscle
- Full list of recent projects
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