True wireless earbuds require two independent Bluetooth buds, a smart case and multiple sensors to connect and communicate effectively. Our engineer explains how an extensible two-domain state manager solves many of the Bluetooth product design challenges.
Cardinal Peak has been developing connected products for almost two decades. Our engineer shares smart home product design challenges and FAQs for designing IoT products, to help you chart your product’s development.
We upgraded a radar product used in police vehicles in order to add a multithreaded video system with GPS location, time stamp, security, and safety features.
Leveraging software processes that have been refined over hundreds of projects, we helped our client get to a new level of continuous integration with a complete CI/CD process that increases productivity.
Low latency and high resolution are critical attributes for ultrasound imaging. We developed embedded software including video processing for a portable ultrasound imaging device.
A2B has gained traction since it moved from the car to the broad market and Analog Devices started incorporating it into their broad-market parts such as SHARC microprocessors. As an ADI Alliance design partner, Cardinal Peak has a wealth of experience with Analog Devices components.
FPGA fabric is infinitely configurable, able to perform virtually any function with extremely high throughput. We are skilled in FPGA design and implementation. Learn about some of our recent aerospace and pro-audio projects, using Xilinx, Intel, Microsemi Libero, and Honeywell components.
Counterfeited electrosurgical handpieces increase surgical risk and damage profitability. A major medical company asked Cardinal Peak to help find a solution to this dangerous situation.
The goal was a cost-effective, reliable, manufacturable product designed so it would be cleared by the FDA. The client provided the planar waveguide and assay science and we designed …
The operating room is a busy place which leads to the risk of losing track of the most common medical devices used – simple sponge/gauze-pad/towels – unless you have RF tracking in them.