Electronics and Hardware Engineering
Porticos hardware engineers are familiar with numerous families of microprocessors and FPGAs, and their associated Integrated Development Environments, or IDEs.
Development of schematic and Bill Of Materials for one or more PCB assemblies.Learn More
IoT and Wireless Communication
Internet of Things broadly describes those devices capable of communicating with the internet. The modes include WiFi, bluetooth, LoRa, etc.Learn More
MEMS Transducers & Strain Gauges
Repeatable measurement of strain; often in the context of measuring weight or pressure.Learn More
Optics and Optronics
Dealing with the transmission or reception of light, or the integration of cameras.Learn More
Porticos has the expertise and vision to help you source a software solution to control your custom product or device.
Bare-metal firmware runs directly on a microprocessor or FPGA with no operating system between the compiled code and the machine on which it runs.Learn More
RTOS stands for Real-Time Operating System, a primitive OS that provides a bit of structure resource-management.Learn More
Porticos has experience with a multitude of mechanical engineering concepts, and we know when to put that expertise to work for your project.
Dealing with the transmission or reception of sound; usually speakers or microphones.Learn More
Design or selection, placement, and electrical connection of an antenna; often in the context of communications & IoT.Learn More
The mechanical engineering of a product that is, fundamentally, an electronic device.Learn More
Fluid Dynamics & CFD
Prediction and optimization of flow; both air or liquid. Often related to electronics cooling.Learn More
Harmonic Analysis & Vibration Control
Predication, control, and mitigation of vibration in mechanical systems. Often related to acoustics.Learn More
Rugged design of products that will experience submersion, shock, vibration, abuse, and temperature extremes.Learn More
Mechanisms & Motion
Linkages, gearing, lead-screws, pneumatic cylinders, and other methods of inducing and controlling motion.Learn More
From high-volume drawn parts to low-volume formed parts, and everything in between.Learn More
Structural Analysis & FEA
Prediction and optimization of stress and deflection in rigid parts.Learn More
Thermal Design & Cooling
Dissipation of heat, usually related to electronics packaging. Often informed by CFD.Learn More
Porticos staff ensures that all aspects of a project are considered and managed holistically.
Many devices must comply with safety standards. Medical devices, especially, require extensive documentation to demonstrate compliance.Learn More
Test & Validation
Empirical evaluation of performance, often in the context of regulatory requirements.Learn More
Design For Manufacturing and Design For Assembly. A set of tools for optimizing a product for high-volume production.Learn More
Rational evaluation of the opportunity to reduce production cost within technical or performance constraints.Learn More
Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Identification and evaluation of potential problems, accounting for both risk and severity.Learn More
Porticos has experience with aesthetic and ergonomic design, and can focus on optimizing the overall User Experience (UX) of your product.
Design of a one-of-a-kind apparatus to demonstrate appearance and/or function.Learn More
Structured approach to developing multiple, innovative solutions to a problem or challenge.Learn More
The visual, auditory, and tactile means by which a person interacts with a product.Learn More