ByteSnap Design Articles
ByteSnap Design celebrates its 15-year anniversary
Multi-award-winning embedded electronics design and software development consultancy, ByteSnap Design, has this week celebrated its 15-year milestone.
Driving growth in the embedded electronics sector in 2023
From Matter to how smart technology will come of age as it contributes hugely towards energy cost reduction, and handling continued supply chain pressures, ByteSnap Design embedded electronics engineers look at trends that will drive growth in the embedded electronics sector in 2023.
Series 10 – Episode 4 – Why do electronics projects fail?
Paige West speaks with Dunstan Power, Director of ByteSnap Design about why electronics design projects fail, and the road to recovery.
Beat the chip shortage with ByteSnap’s redesign service
The Engineering Design Show (EDS) returns on the 12 – 13 October 2022 to the Coventry Building Society Arena. The UK’s biggest show for engineering, electronics and embedded design.
Debug Forensics: Troubleshooting electronic design issues before production
For electronic and software design houses, the cost of non-conformance can be significant if a pre-production bug isn’t resolved.
Women in Engineering Day: making it in a male-dominated field
Only 12% of the UK’s engineering pool are women and globally, only two percent of all professional engineers are women of colour. Women in Engineering Day - this year on 23 June 2022 - raises awareness over the career opportunities available to girls in this industry and focuses on those women that enjoy successful careers in the sector, like Magda Abdelbasit Abbas.
World Supply Chain Day: creativity in the electronics industry will counter chip shortages
Thanks to Brexit, the pandemic and now the Russia/Ukraine war, the risks and shortfalls in our global supply chains have become front and centre for most companies over the last two years, especially for the electronics industry.
Embedded industry predictions for 2022
ByteSnap Design’s engineers have expertise ranging from electronics design through to embedded Linux development, and have been contemplating the year ahead. Here are their predictions of trends that are most likely to dominate the embedded electronics industry in 2022.
ByteSnap unveils AI Gesture recognition technology at EDS
ByteSnap Design showcased its AI Gesture recognition technology, accelerated GUI development for 4K displays at the Engineering Design Show. EDS 2021, giving attendees an opportunity to access not only ByteSnap’s latest services and innovations, but also workshops on industry trends and best practice.
Ensuring electronic design projects survive disruption
The electronic design industry was just one of many that saw business change as a result of the recent supply chain disruptions brought about by the unforeseen COVID-19 lockdown. By Dunstan Power, Director of ByteSnap Design
Design for prototype testing
There are some tips and tricks you can deploy when developing a new PCB to help produce a useful first-time prototype and allow easier debugging of the design. Roland Bodlovic, Technical Manager, ByteSnap Design, offers some advice for prototype testing.
Remote monitoring solution features at Farnborough show
A remote monitoring solution is being demonstrated by ByteSnap Design at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics exhibition in Farnborough (March 21-23). The ByteSnap team will demonstrate how its remote monitoring demo with ground movement sensors can help improve maintenance response times.
Lucky 13: latest design tools & PCB Design Software
Electronics design engineers from award winning consultancy ByteSnap looked at some of the most useful free electronic design software tools available today. If you are looking to predict PCB characteristics or manipulate screens and icons, here is the useful list.
Predictions for next year's electronics industry
As 2016 draws to a close, embedded systems consultancy ByteSnap Design share their predictions for what may dominate the electronics industry in 2017.
Spherical device scoops smart home security design award
Electronics design consultancy ByteSnap Design has scooped a top industry award for providing both electronics design and software expertise for smart home security device Cocoon. ByteSnap is now the BEEA Design Team of the Year 2016. Its client Cocoon is a technology company transforming the home security market by designing beautiful products that help people feel safe.
UI builder enables faster prototyping for Raspberry Pi
Winner of BEEAs 2016 Design Team of the Year, ByteSnap Design, is launching the latest Snap UI at this year’s EDS on stand L22. ByteSnap Design’s user interface development framework SnapUI has now been extended to support Raspberry Pi and i.MX6-based embedded devices.
Development of secure Android apps more important than ever
So far in 2016, nearly a quarter of a million apps have been added to Google Play, this is due to Android now commanding 76% of the smartphone market in the EU, 67% in the US and a massive nearly 80% in China.
Smart home security system
The technology company, Cocoon, is transforming the home security market by designing beautiful products that help people feel safe. It won silver at the 2014 London Design awards and recently secured a £2m investment from Aviva Ventures and Breed Reply Investments.
5 steps to accelerate your project with BSP porting
When choosing embedded hardware for a new product, there is a bewilderingly wide range of choices. However, navigating your way through the sea of CPU options and OS choices can be much simpler with these five steps in the vital skill of Board Support Package (BSP) porting.
User interface framework creates great-looking apps
ByteSnap Design launched its Linux OpenGL SnapUI user interface framework amongst its exciting developments on Stand L22 at this year’s Electronic Design Show. Rewritten from the ground up, this recent design is focused on supporting the iMX6 processor to leverage graphical performance, whilst including core features that have made SnapUI so successful for end customers.