Aiding outsourced electric design with free feasibility study

22nd February 2017
Posted By : Anna Flockett
Aiding outsourced electric design with free feasibility study

Offering a free feasibility study, LDD Technology is aiming to help designers and OEMs faced with an urgent project, a design resource limitation or a complex electronic design problem. LDD have experience in the design of advanced digital electronics systems and provide a full range of electronic design services including the specification, design, prototyping and production of electronic systems for inclusion in customers’ end products.

LDD can offer PGA or programmable logic expertise including embedded software development and can ensure that the most suitable designs employing the very latest technologies are created, including the use of FPGAs, embedded processors and SOCs, where appropriate.

Typical users of LDD’s expertise includes innovators, entrepreneurs and small manufacturers who lack the internal expertise to bring their products to market through to large OEMs who may require specialist expertise or additional manpower for a specific project.

Established over 25 years LDD Technology provides a range electronic design services to meet the needs of a wide range of customers from development houses to major international OEMs. Outsourcing the design of a project is frequently a more cost effective and timely means of delivering a new product and can free up customer’s own resources.

LDD can provide high complexity designs for customers and has the experience and capability to undertake designs from a simple stand-alone board to complex multi-board, mixed signal, multi-technology projects for harsh environments. LDD has long term customer relationships in both commercial and defence markets.

Malcolm Locke, Managing Director of LDD Technology, commented: “The reasons for commissioning an external design house are many and varied. Internal resources may be fully committed and unable to meet new design project requirements without causing delays in existing projects.”

Locke continued: “Recruiting additional design engineers can be a lengthy and costly process and may not be cost effective in the longer term. Specific experience for a new project may not be available in-house for original design work, creating hardware platforms to implement software or providing device specific expertise including complex programming of FPGAs.”


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