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Embedded & LINUX System

Embedded software engineering is a challenging field that requires a deep understanding of both software and hardware. However, it is also a field that offers numerous opportunities to make a positive impact on a wide range of industries and applications.

With the ever-increasing reliance on embedded systems, the demand for high-quality embedded software services continues to grow.

Efficient embedded software solution helps greatly in leveraging the existing hardware capabilities and including great user experience in domains such as IOT etc.

Embedded System Portfolio

Embedded boards are designed to perform specific tasks in an embedded system. These tasks can vary depending on the type of embedded board, the microcontroller unit (MCU) it uses, and the operating system it runs. Some common tasks performed by embedded boards include:

The exact tasks performed by an embedded board can vary depending on the specific requirements of the application and the design choices made by the developer.

Data collection and processing

Data collection and processing

Embedded boards can be used to collect data from sensors, process it, and transmit it to other devices.

Display control

Display control

Embedded boards can be used to control displays and provide user interfaces, such as touch screens, OLED displays, and LCDs.

Real-time control

Real-time control

Embedded boards can be used to control devices in real-time, such as actuators, motors, and other physical devices.



Embedded boards can be used to facilitate communication between different devices and networks, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, and Ethernet.

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Power management

Power management

Embedded boards can be used to manage power consumption, such as by controlling the power state of different components and peripherals.

Embedded Boards

Embedded software must be optimized for the specific hardware it will run on and must consider resource constraints, such as limited memory and processing power. To achieve this, engineers use specialized tools and programming languages, such as development IDE ( board/brand specific), embedded C and ASM, compilers, probes/debuggers, emulators, and programmer/debugger hardware.

Our experience and expertise in Embedded area



Internet of Things (IoT) device and Embedded Linux development



Real-time operating system (RTOS) development and porting


Device Driver

Device driver development and with peripherals like I2C, UART, and SPI, etc.



Board support package (BSP) development



Firmware development for microcontrollers and microprocessors



Development and usage of tools for debugging and testing embedded systems

Development of protocols for communication between embedded devices and Application development for embedded systems.

Development and usage of tools for debugging (JTAG, GDB, and openOCD) and testing embedded systems

Industry standards and best practices : Familiarity with industry standards and best practices for embedded systems development.

Generic on LINUX

Software engineering from Linux systems involves the development, testing, and maintenance of software applications/drivers/modules that run on Linux-based systems

In software engineering, we have expertise on most used flavours of Linux like Red hat, Centos 7/8, streams etc.

Developing device drivers for peripherals and kernel modules that run on Linux systems

Developing and customizing the Linux kernel for specific embedded systems

Implementing custom real-time application programs using Linux-based real-time kernels and libraries

Porting existing applications onto Linux-based systems

Debugging and optimizing Linux-based systems for performance, reliability, and scalability

Developing and integrating software components into larger Linux-based systems

Developing custom Linux distributions tailored to specific hardware platforms or application requirements