Electronic Design
With the costs of raw materials and energy rising and with companies and government agencies tightening their budgets, less is more—less power consumption, shorter design times, and lower costs. Meeting these challenges starts during the electronic board design stage where our electronic engineering team considers how to minimize space and finds areas to integrate FPGA—field-programmable gate arrays that give a single board the flexibility to serve more functions over time, saving time and money for new board development. Using the latest generation of 3D design software allows our electronic and mechanical engineers to collaborate during the virtual prototyping phase to ensure the entire display is seamlessly integrated before a single physical prototype is developed.

And throughout the design process, signal integrity is constantly checked, first using software tests and then physically on the prototype, to ensure we only produce boards with the highest reliability. Last but not least, electronic design is dedicated to continuously finding solutions for radically reducing power consumption—saving our customers money and the planet over the long run.