A Lego-like electronic kit that allows users to assemble, program, and control robots with a smartphone. The solution includes over 530 plastic pieces, open source hardware components, firmware, and a library of parts that can be printed on a 3D printer.
Electronic Kit for Revolution Robotics
The client addressed Softeq to develop an electronic kit that would allow users to assemble, program, and control robots via a smartphone.Show Case Study
A curved screen wrist-worn smartphone prototype with a touchscreen, sensors, cameras, and gesture recognition. The app feature set includes an audio player, business card exchanger, a heart rate monitor, and emergency functionality.
Curved Screen Wrist Smartphone
Softeq handled development across several areas — hardware, enclosure, and software. The smartphone prototype required a custom rigid-flex PCB to underlie the curved device design. The prototype hardware needed to support some smart capabilities.Show Case Study
We built a laser-powered device that tracks, records, and streams sports competitions. The laser remains accurate despite external interference. The device’s design, performance, and documentation meet specific industry standards.
Laser Measuring Device for Precise Sports Activity Tracking, Video Recording & Streaming
The Softeq team carried out a comprehensive R&D session and manufactured a sample of a new laser-powered device for tracking, monitoring, video recording and streaming sports activities.Show Case Study