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Electrical Engineering Services

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We know electronics so you don’t have to

The art of electrical engineering can be both mysterious and daunting, but our team of electrical engineers has collectively over 100 years of experience developing products from across industries. From analog electronics to digital circuitry to wireless technologies, our team can help you solve your electronics challenges. We have a complete electronics lab in Atlanta, GA with impressive test and development facilities to engineer, build, test and debug your electronics circuits in-house, so there is no outsourcing overseas like some firms – no matter the complexity.  

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Scaling electronics development to match your project goals

Develop your own custom electronics for any product, no technical skills required. Our electrical engineering team is ready to turn your idea into a real device. We will work with you to intelligently evaluate your product or prototype needs and find solutions that are both technically effective AND cost-effective. Sometimes that means leveraging off-the-shelf electronics modules and not reinventing the wheel. Sometimes it means diving right into a fully custom solution. We’ve built hundreds of electronics for our clients including products with popular technologies. Some examples:

  • Wireless (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, etc)
  • Sensors of all kinds
  • Wearable Devices
  • Rechargeable Batteries
  • LED & Display Technologies
  • Healthcare Devices
  • IoT & Cloud
  • Wireless Charging
  • Motorized Vehicles
  • VR/AR
  • Audio & Speakers
  • Power Management
  • Arduino Prototypes
  • End-to-end PCB Development

Innovations we’ve been part of

Let’s bring your project to life!

Our team of engineers is here to help. We offer free consultations and estimates.

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