We can design an embedded system as a part of a complete device system that includes hardware, such as electrical and mechanical components. Unlike the general-purpose computer, the embedded system is engineered to manage a wide range of processing tasks. Because an embedded system is engineered to perform specific tasks, we may optimize size, cost, power consumption, reliability, and performance. Embedded systems require different software design philosophies and disciplines where real-time performance, responsiveness, robustness, resiliency, cost, power, and memory budgets are the main parameters.
For EMBEDDED SYSTEMS, ElectraIC takes the ownership of;
For EMBEDDED SOFTWARE DESIGN, ElectraIC takes the ownership of;