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Embedded systems and IoT

Data is the new gold. 

Use our solutions to mine more.

 

Looking for smart ways to connect industrial machinery or devices and tap into a reliable stream of useful data? Need “smart” sensors that can be rolled out quickly? Then why not take advantage of our embedded and IoT solutions and devices to enhance productivity and create all-new revenue streams? Strategically, this might involve mapping out a business model for a new type of service. Practically, it could mean finding the most suitable end-to-end solution for your device and deploying the latest technologies. Either way, why not use our big-picture expertise in this area to prototype, build or manage a solution that gives you a true competitive edge?

Product development

Product development is in the core of our customers business. They know how to manufacture the most advanced devices in the world, and they understand the areas where they need to develop in order to stay on top in the future, too. 

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Test laboratory

 

 

When choosing a component, it is important to identify the factors that are critical in terms of its reliability. 

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R&D testing and validation

 

It is widely held that 80 percent of the flaws in products occur during product development and 20 percent during production. This makes testing and design for testability extremely important already during the product development stage.

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Jaakko Ala-Paavola
Jaakko Ala-Paavola
Technology Director