PC and Mobile Apps
Our experienced team of developers provide services for PC software and mobile app development on Android and iOS. This, paired with our extensive experience in the design of intuitive graphical user interfaces makes us the perfect partner for creating applications to work closely with products.
For examples of our app work, see our standard product temperature data loggers that work with the EasyLog Cloud both online and on the iOS/Android app. The EasyLog Cloud app was developed by the team at Corintech and allows the user to view and export data from their wireless data logging sensors (designed and manufactured by Corintech) as well as adjust the settings in their devices.
We also offer services in developing cloud-based apps and platforms to work with your product. Harnessing the power of IoT, Cloud-based apps can offer users the ability to connect to and manage products remotely from any web browser. Our own EasyLog Cloud is an example of this, working with our standard data logging products it gives the user the ability to monitor and manage multiple devices in different locations completely remotely.
For information about our embedded firmware services services, please visit our Firmware Development page.
Call us now on +44 (0)1425 655655. Our experienced team are on hand to discuss your requirements and provide expert advice.
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The Risk of Counterfeit Components to Electronics Supply Chains in 2021
During times when the supply chain is under considerable strain, the risk of encountering counterfeit components rises. Counterfeit components are more common than you think, and pose a serious threat to electronics supply chains. Counterfeits often fail to meet the required performance demands of businesses, resulting in final products performing intermittently, not to spec, or not at all. Fake components can degrade system performance, cause intermittent performance spikes or delays, and limit the performance of other components in the system. This ultimately leads to product malfunction, which in the case of certain devices such as medical equipment, could be fatal.