Electronic Engineering


Our in-house electronics team have a blend of consumer electronics, industrial and medical industry experience. We have worked on a wide variety of Microcontrollers, DSPs, Sensors and Communications. There is also a degree of specialism in optoelectronics within the team but on the whole we are generalists due to the wide variety of projects that we work on.

We employ a system engineering approach, producing early design concepts and top level architecture to frame the development work. Modelling and simulation are then used to identify potential issues early and provide confidence in both architecture and performance. In addition to bespoke electronic design we also support redesigns for the purpose of new functionality or sourcing of alternative parts due to supply chain challenges.

Our electronic engineering capabilities include:

- System level and PCB design (schematics and layout)
- Digital, power & analogue
- Redesigns to manage supply, cost reductions & obsolescence
- Bring-up and debugging
- Processors and DSPs (e.g. ARM, TI, NXP)
- FPGA design
- Sensors (Analogue and Digital)
- Optoelectronics; Photo Diodes, APDs, Silicon Photomultipliers, CCD, CMOS Sensors etc
- Connectivity; Bluetooth, Wireless, Cellular, Ethernet, USB etc
- Power management and portable device battery power design
- Energy harvesting (batteryless design)
- Compliance testing; EMC, radio, safety, etc.
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Meet the key member of our team

Istvan, Principal Electronics & Systems Engineer

On graduating from ISEN group – an Electronics and Digital Engineering School in France – Istvan relocated to Scotland where he started his career as a Hardware Engineer for Edinburgh Instruments and Optos (a Nikon company). He was responsible for designing a new generation of gas sensors for Edinburgh Instruments and worked on various modules of the ultra-widefield medical scanners for Optos. Through his experience, he acquired a strong knowledge in electronics design and more specifically optoelectronics.
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