Recognized Third-Party Tool Providers
Ascalab is providing state of the art R&D production of prototypes, small-scale and medium-scale high-tech products which allows us to provide solutions on demand basis. All phases of the product life-cycle are covered: starting with the design of printed circuit boards (PCB) to software development, production, assembly, testing and dispatch respective to the electronics, IoT, medical and manufacturing segments. We offer highest standards of business, project management and software engineering processes with the knowledge of innovative technologies and value added engineering on Windows, Linux, mobile platforms. We have experience in Manufacturing, Healthcare, Metrology, Telemedicine, Insurance, Security industry.The company was founded in 2012 by software experts with proven track of successfully developed and implemented projects in various industries and markets. We are based in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Since 2002 Round Solutions
develops hardware, offers design services and provides customers with component
solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless machine-to-machine (M2M)
communication. The company's modules, antennas and design-in services improve
the value-creation processes for customers of all sizes and industries. Round
Solutions creates the necessary technological preconditions for developing new
IoT-based business models - such as for applications within verticals like wearables,
tracking, medical devices, security, meter reading and industry 4.0.
For technical support, please visit roundsolutions.biz/en/support/, email email@example.com or call +49 6102 799 280.
SELTECH provides solutions
for the IoT security issue and data processing explosion with virtualization
technology (refer to the website; https://imgtec.com/mips/architectures/virtualization/) The FOXvisor
(SELTECH Hypervisor) restricts access to the IoT devices from outside of the
Internet and prevents IoT system intrusion/takeover with minimal CPU overhead.
FOXvisor also lowers the system cost by reducing the number of components
through multiple OS implementations on a single CPU.