To diagnose the suspect lesion’s condition, the system monitors vascular refilling rate and proceeds to the custom algorithmic data analysis complete with a plain report output on the UI.
Softeq developed firmware for a startup healthcare project backed by a US National Cancer Institute grant. The solution is a complex Wi-Fi-enabled system that incorporates an FPGA-powered handheld device, embedded software, and an array of hardware components: audio speaker, accelerometer, and display among others.
Firmware for a Custom Skin Cancer Screening Device
Veriskin decided to build a novel device that uses Machine Learning algorithms for non-invasive skin cancer detection. They turned to Softeq to test the viability of their idea through proof of concept (PoC) and develop firmware components powering the device.Learn More
Softeq developed a plugin that enables the customer’s solution to support the DVB-T standard-compliant MPEG-TS files transmission via the UDP protocol and their subsequent decoding.
The client turned to Softeq to create a plugin powered by Open Broadcast Decoder. The component enables on-the-fly encoding of the live full HD video. Powered by the plug-in, the customer's solution demonstrates an impressive 70% decrease in traffic volume while keeping the hi-res quality intact.
UDP-enabled Plug-in for Open Broadcast Encoder
The customer wanted to expand their client base by diversifying their solution’s capabilities to meet the expectations of IPTV and Video on Demand service providers. Softeq’s Embedded Programming team created a plug-in powered by an Open Broadcast Encoder.Learn More
Softeq developed an embedded TCP/IP stack driven solution that helps reduce data acquisition span, while minimizing production losses that were caused by extended equipment downtime.
The client wanted to optimize data transfer that took place during well boring to make more efficient use of their drilling equipment. Their original process was too slow, causing significant production losses which resulted from extended equipment downtime. The data is now transferred within a record 11 minutes which is a 300% improvement over the initial results.
Embedded Solution for Optimizing Data Transfer
A globally diversified oilfield products company was looking for a service provider with strong roots in embedded software development to maximize the efficiency of drilling equipment.Learn More
Softeq helped the client develop a programmable low-cost electronic kit designed to assemble robots.
The solution controls the robot’s sensors and motors through smartphone commands. The product is geared toward educational institutions that teach programming to children. The kit includes over 530 plastic parts, open source hardware design, firmware, and a library of parts that can be printed on a 3D printer.
Programmable Electronic Kit
The client addressed Softeq to develop an electronic kit that would allow users to assemble, program, and control robots via a smartphone.Learn More