Embedded Software Development 

Embedded Systems are computers (microprocessors) that are enclosed (embedded) in customized hardware. Examples of embedded control systems would be portable medical equipment, cellular phones, police, fire, emergency communications equipment, laboratory test equipment, robotic equipment and manufacturing monitoring of assembly lines.

Software for embedded systems has to have a small footprint (i.e. be able to run in a small amount of memory) and often has to work in real-time. Specialized operating systems and languages facilitate the production of real-time software with a small footprint: only the modules required in a specific system will be included. The development environment should include facilities for testing and debugging the software. Emulators can be used to test the software without the target system (especially useful if the target system is not yet available) and related equipment (such as machine tools).

At Orient Network, we are involved in designing, programming and developing embedded software components and systems.

Orient Network has used object-oriented programming techniques and rigorous project management to create software for hardware. Your embedded product / project benefits from Orient Network creating the right abstractions, which means that the code is a clear and efficient reflection of the hardware.

Orient Network engineers know which situations benefit from leveraging high-level tools such as UML and which require to-the-metal programming with assembly language, such as time-critical code sections. It helps that Orient Network engineers understand hardware; they can even read schematics.

 Embedded Software Development 

 Embedded Systems are computers (microprocessors) that are enclosed (embedded) in customized hardware. Examples of embedded control systems would be portable medical equipment, cellular phones, police, fire, emergency communications equipment,
laboratory test equipment, robotic equipment and manufacturing monitoring of assembly lines.

Software for embedded systems has to have a small footprint (i.e. be able to run in a small amount of memory) and often has to work in real-time. Specialized operating systems and languages facilitate the production of real-time software with a small footprint: only the modules required in a specific system will be included. The development environment should include facilities for testing and debugging the software. Emulators can be used to test the software without the target system (especially useful if the target system is not yet available) and related equipment (such as machine tools).

At Orient Network, we are involved in designing, programming and developing embedded software components and systems.

 Orient Network has used object-oriented programming techniques and rigorous project management to create software for hardware. Your embedded product / project benefits from Orient Network creating the right abstractions, which means that the code is a clear and efficient reflection of the hardware.
Orient Network engineers know which situations benefit from leveraging high-level tools such as UML and which require to-the-metal programming with assembly language, such as time-critical code sections. It helps that Orient Network engineers understand hardware; they can even read schematics.