Workflow

How we run our projects

Effective process

Our work process was created to optimally use time to create high-quality products.

We will give you access to a special repository where we will collect and store your requirements throughout the project lifecycle. On its basis, detailed documentation of the manufactured product will be created on an ongoing basis.

We make sure that all elements of the work entrusted to us remain in harmony with each other. We test each piece of hardware and software functionality separately and then check in detail how they work together in the final product.

A few days of advantage over competitors can determine the commercial success of a product.

How do we work?

Firmware & Cloud

Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) are a set of practices that enable us to deliver change more reliably and regularly.

Continuous integration is an approach in which developers combine their code into a common repository several times a day. To verify the integrated code, automatic tests, and compilations are run. Continuous delivery is a strategy in which development teams ensure the reliability of software releases at any given time.

With each approval, the software goes through an automated testing process. Once it passes the tests, it is ready for production. The CI/CD process must be automated for the best results.

Get the benefits of the CI/CD approach also when developing hardware

The development of hardware is associated with many limitations that the development of software itself does not impose. Just think about the costs of tool licenses, debugging time, and the flow of tasks and information between designers and testers. Therefore, continuous integration cannot be applied directly without careful adaptation. However, adapting continuous integration and delivery elements to hardware development is possible and has interesting benefits.

In our experience, continuous integration and delivery practices:

    • help the design team to improve work within, by improving communication between hardware, firmware, and software designers/developers and the client.
    • provide project managers and clients with verification of the project status, its requirements, and goals.

Any changes to the design are extensively tested, with particular emphasis on functional aspects. Testers carry out functional tests from the very first possible stages so that the waterfall compilation stages can be used to check the absence of regression and detect defects early. In turn, at later stages, this approach allows for the verification of project metrics such as scope, requirements, etc.

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