Softeq delivered a compact multipurpose device intended for usage during sports events and workouts enabling simple and flexible organization of cross-country competition in the various marketing concepts.
Our team designed a device that helped to awaken children's interests in sports. The solution supports sports competitions and provides accurate tracking. The team was responsible for development of both enclosure and schematic design, integration of Wi-Fi network, indoor location system implementation, as well as gyrostabilization of lasers.
Laser Measuring Device
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
The customer teamed up with Softeq to carry out their idea of original curved wrist phone concept. The initial requirement was to develop a prototype that would demonstrate specific capabilities in an unconventional form-factor. The smartphone's features included NFC, a touchscreen, sensors, cameras, and gesture recognition for emergency alerts.
Given the ‘next gen’ nature of the solution, the service provider was expected to take the idea beyond the “Vision and Scope” statement. Softeq met the selection criteria: an experienced service provider with relevant hardware design and software development skills.
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
Softeq helped the client develop a programmable 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.
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
Softeq developed a wearable device with a pet simulation game featuring well-designed graphics and motion recognition.
With multidisciplinary hardware and software development capabilities at hand, we built the entire solution in-house - game logic and graphics based on the client’s idea, firmware, 3D enclosure model, circuit diagram, and printed circuit board from scratch. The device allows children to learn how to take care of a virtual pet before getting a real one.
Wearable Device with a Pet Simulation Game
A consumer electronics company turned to Softeq to design a wearable device with a pre-installed game that helps children learn how to take care of a virtual pet.Show Case Study