Lithuanian electronic design house, Promwad, has announced its top five projects from 2016 that it has completed for European customers in various industries - telecommunications, medical devices and mobile gadgets.
Project #1. Tellus is a smartstation designed for Emzior Technologies. It enables all the communications for a small office and home replacing up to 7 other network devices like DECT base stations, VoIP gateways, WiFi routers, office PBXs and servers.
Promwad engineers designed a hardware and software platform for the Tellus smartstation to ensure fully featured telephony and internet communications right out of the box. This project also involved industrial design and functional testing on the production site. As a result, the customer received a new all-in-one product for small businesses.
Project #2. Promwad was engaged in development of mobile applications for a portable fish finder named Praktik. The company also designed a sealed enclosure and prepared it for serial production. Praktik works in conjunction with Android and iOS smartphones, detects fish within a selected area and creates maps for fishermen.
Project #3. Irma (pictured) is a domestic glucose meter designed by a company based in Belarus. The project included PCB tracing, embedded software development, enclosure design, and manufacturing of 1,000 units in the initial batch. This mobile device monitors concentration of glucose level in the blood of people with diabetes helping them to take care of their health.
Project #4. A portable dosimeter for Polimaster is another mobile device for radiation detection in Promwad’s portfolio. Several years ago the company designed DORA, a small dosimeter-radiometer for a Russian customer. In 2015 and 2016 Promwad mentored a start-up, ZIVE, that worked on a ZIVE smart radiation monitor.
Project #5. Simka, a GSM adapter for two sim cards in an iPhone. Promwad designed the enclosure for a pucklike device covered with a soft touch paint. Simka contains a micro-USB socket for a battery charger, a power button, a sim card holder and a pin for the iPhone’s sim tray.