In This Issue:
Adding Value to a Mechanical Team
Recently, we engaged with a small company with strong mechanical and industrial plant backgrounds. The company provides equipment to the semiconductor and other industries to control temperature, flow, resistivity, and other parameters. They needed to revise some software for a custom application.
Our programmers were able to upgrade and add new features to the product. The embedded microcontroller on which the software ran had become obsolete. Voler Systems engineers helped select a new microcontroller that the vendor guaranteed to have at least a 5-year life, minimizing costly changes in the future. Read the full article here.
Walt Maclay Speaks at PRG’s Annual BBQ and Symposium Aug 20, 2010
Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems, will speak to leading technologists attending the PRG’s 3rd Annual BBQ and Symposium being held at the Sheraton Sunnyvale Hotel in Sunnyvale CA, on Friday, August 20, 2010.
As a participant in the MedTech panel, Walt will answer questions about key medical device trends like portability, miniaturization, and connectivity that have led to a proliferation of innovative products. Walt’s expertise in data acquisition for wireless, imaging, and sensor design and understanding medical devices‘ special test and documentation needs have enabled Voler Systems to become a preferred vendor at many established firms and a frequent partner for startups. Voler Systems has a track record of helping clients to introduce innovative products that satisfy difficult design specifications, short time-to-market windows, and strict FDA regulations.
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About Our Organization
Voler Systems provides full-service R&D consulting from concept and design to production of electronic devices. Since 1979, clients have turned to us for reliable new products and test systems involving sensors and measurement electronics. Our multidisciplinary team delivers high quality products on time and on budget. We have developed hand-held equipment, web cameras, heart valve testers, RFID devices, and other specialized sensor based electronics and prototype circuits.