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Embedded Systems Design & its background

We are Manufacturer, Supplier, Exporter, Designer, Services Provider of Embedded Devices, Embedded Systems and our set up is situated in Pune, Maharashtra, India.

Embedded systems play a vital role in the dynamic environment steered by technology disruptions. In present times, embedded devices are expected to carry out highly complex tasks with great efficiency, guaranteeing real-time behaviour in both hard and soft real-time systems making them an important component for any companies automation.

Why choose Arya Electronics And Controls for Embedded System Design? Arya Electronics is an Embedded Systems Design firm had has tight control over its hardware & firmware development. Customers who wish to outsource the embedded systems design can achieve higher quality at affordable costs.

At Arya Electronics And Controls, we work towards getting things right the first time. Every design is thoroughly studied, thought through and passed through an extensive set of tests to ensure maximum fault detection. This diligent checking and testing remove the risk of device and design failure by many folds, saving both precious time and efforts.

We can build working prototypes to prove the working of the design.

With a rock-solid reputation & 16 + years experience, Arya Electronics has developed over 200 electronic designs, from fairly simple to highly complex.

Based in India, Arya Electronics overseas customers can expect exceptional cost savings as compared to their local design firms while maintaining quality of service

An embedded system ideally refers to the notion of a programmed operating system, exclusively dedicated to performing a particular function, found within a larger, precisely controlled, electrical and/or mechanical system. The functionality of such an embedded system design can then be controlled and updated majorly by the Firmware, that is, the software that resides within. These systems are ideally compact, low cost per unit and relatively entail lower power consumption. However, this makes managing, programming and interacting with the system much more complex. Modern Embedded systems have, nevertheless, taken over the industrial realm as the underlying concept enables control, maintenance and most importantly, modification to the entire network by just updating the Firmware of the design. This helps reserve the great amount of time, cost and resources which would incur if we were to modify the hardware/mechanical design systems instead.

The applications of embedded systems can vary from the use in everyday consumer devices to more complex installations and the largely compounded systems spread over countries. Most life-critical systems are embedded systems as these are lesser prone to being hacked. We, at Arya Electronics, realize the importance of this concern and hence our products undergo thorough research and a detailed phase dedicated to testing and debugging before its prototype launch. The use of embedded systems can be found largely widespread amongst all industries, most of which incur real-time performance constraints:

Transportation systems heavily make use of embedded systems in the form of automobiles and recent avionics embedded with GPS functionality which requires considerable safety and monitoring. Electric vehicles and Hybrid Vehicles employ embedded design to minimize power consumption and production of pollution. Electric Motors such as DC Motors, Induced DC and brushless DC motors also make use of embedded systems. Some other transportation safety systems include Electronic Stability Control (ESC/ESP), Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and Traction Systems (TS).

Medical industries employ embedded systems in various forms such as in medical imaging techniques namely Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) scans, Positron Emission tomography (PET) scans and Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) scans.