We’ll write a firmware for your device. If your hardware is not ready yet we can create a prototype to move along with software development, saving you time and money!
As part of the embedded systems development, we’ll connect your app with external devices fast and in a cost-optimized way.
We’ll deliver backend and frontend for the mobile/web app to work seamlessly with your embedded device.
During audit, we’ll address the bugs of your hardware and prepare the guidelines.
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Albert by AEVI is one of the first payment terminals that brings together PCI certification and flexible application development with a full application ecosystem. Polidea team implemented a custom-made and hardened version of the Android Lollipop operating system. We also helped the client apply modern software development approach to the Operating System development. This required a lot of low-level hardware-related work as well as high-level design modifications of the Android OS. Apart from customizing the Android operating system, we modified recovery bootloader and Linux kernel.
Pilloxa is a start-up from Stockholm, on a mission to tackle poor medical adherence. Their embedded device is a smart pillbox, which informes forgetful users to take the right medicine at the right time. Polidea team improved the firmware of the device and tested the BLE and gprs connection with the Pilloxa mobile app. The cooperation resulted in fixing software bugs and speeding up the charging process.
Cuckoo is a lap timing device meant to be used in amateur track racing. It’s an open source project, done internally by Polidea. The device is placed inside the car, giving instant feedback on driver’s performance (current lap time, best and last lap time). It’s a truly innovative approach to detecting cars passing through the finish line, and the good news is, it can be easily installed on any race track. Our team used simple and widely available components and popular NRF processors to create the embedded device. Cuckoo mobile app—which connects to the device via BLE—adds more functionality, as it shows detailed info on driver's performance and driving history.