Our purpose is to convert ideas and concepts into functional, actual devices and systems.

Our emphasis is on:

  1. Establishing a thorough understanding of purpose and function at the onset.
  2. Applying our own concepts whilst never losing sight of system requirements.
  3. Ensuring that device purpose, function and maintenance requirements are consistent with their associated                 systems.
  4. Balancing the requirements of both purpose and function with the benefits of allowing flexibility in choice of                 materials, methods of manufacture and assembly.
  5. Facilitating future developments during design, by intuitively adhering to a flexible platform. For example,                 modular design concepts inherently restrict design changes to that particular module, and not necessarily                 the entire system. Anticipating future requirements at the beginning reduces the need for redesign, any delay                 in finalizing the concept, as well as modifications to the manufactured product.
  6. Adhering to existing industry standards for manufacture and assembly.
  7. Utilization of proven concepts and incorporation of existing consumer–off-the-shelf components (COTS)                 whenever possible without compromising operational capabilities.
  8. Achieving function with minimum complexity, maximum reliability and versatility.
  9. Minimizing risks associated with testing and certification at the design level.
  10. Simplicity of maintenance, minimum complexity of procedure, tools and equipment.
  11. Ensuring successful final testing by closely coordinating prototype testing with manufacturing.

Typically we use three dimensional parametric modeling and manufactured prototypes or mockups for design and also proof of concept, testing and analyzing.  Computer aided design (CAD) systems are used to facilitate drawing creation, electronic files for manufacturing and computer aided manufacturing (CAM).  We have experience in a wide range of manufacturing methods, tools and techniques to facilitate a wide range of function requirements. Finite element analysis (FEA) is used to emulate physical properties such as stress, shock  and vibration, thermal conduction and thermal radiation patterns, as well as airflow parameters. Our ability to create designs based on experience with proven concepts allows us to take the concept further, to refine the design to the point of elegant simplicity. With respect to manufacture and operation, CAD is a tool more than an end in and of itself. A thorough understanding of real world manufacturing and operation governs the design parameters, as opposed to CAD generated models alone.  We have experience in:

We use our own as well as local manufacturing & testing facilities, maintaining control over quality and specifications, and creating a wide network and knowledge base. We work with international and local clients.