Complete System Design
With an average of 20 years’ experience, Simplexity engineers and technicians provide in depth expertise to deliver the most successful product engineering results possible. Our talented team is made up of engineers that specialize in technical disciplines applicable to any stage of a product’s development.
From back of a napkin sketch to proof-of-concept through design and assembly, we’ll drill down to identify the most challenging, highest-risk areas of the project. We then determine the best path to simplifying the design to achieve results such as decreased bill of materials cost, lower part counts, and improved reliability.
Today’s smart devices are made possible by advances in electrical engineering. If firmware provides the brains for modern devices, electronics provide the nervous system.
Our engineers have the experience and skills to not only architect systems with maintainable code, but to do the engineering analyses required to make sure devices function correctly under all conditions.
Simplexity’s team of experienced software engineers understands how smart products interface with the outside world, with the requisite knowledge of operating systems and challenging network environments.
Simplexity’s systems engineers bring everything together. This includes requirements gathering, analysis and validation, as well as system architecture, cross-disciplinary system optimization, and product test and validation.
Project management at Simplexity includes comprehensive involvement in all aspects of work that feed a successful project execution. From assisting with work quotes to signing off on deliverables, our PMs are hands-on from beginning to completion with an emphasis on client communication.
Great product design cannot be separated from the manufacturing processes used to produce them. Simplexity’s approach to manufacturing engineering starts at the beginning of the project, when the architecture is being developed.
With a constant eye toward meeting client, product, and regulatory requirements, as well as driving continuous improvements to our internal processes, our quality engineers are the hub that keeps the product development wheel turning.
Prototyping is an essential stage of the product development process, the method by which sketches and 3D CAD design become tangible objects. Prototypes can have a multitude of purposes, from demonstrating a concept’s look and feel to confirming the feasibility of a high-risk feature.
When NPI requirements are considered in the Requirements and Planning phase of product development and planned for throughout the development process, they can contribute to lower costs, reduced time-to-market, and improved product quality.