LONDON ByteSnap Design has developed a Windows CE User Interface (UI) build tool which cuts development times by simplifying the graphic design element of UIs.
ByteSnap (Birmingham, England) is Windows CE and Windows Mobile software and hardware design consultancy and has also developed the Plogg Network Controller ” a demand response system, which manages and monitors clusters of Plogg Smart Energy meters.
Both developments will be highlighted on the company's stand at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) U.K. next month.
ByteSnap provides a blend of embedded systems services, from electronic design and engineering skills to Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded software development.
“Over the past six months, we've experienced a real sales boost due to our fast project delivery times, for example, we've just designed and delivered working prototypes of a GSM based M2M device in 10 days from order,” said Dunstan Power, director of ByteSnap Design. “The Embedded Systems Conference 2009 is an important forum for us and the wider developer community. We are always on the lookout for new partners also, and these targeted events are a great place to meet the right people.”
ByteSnap Design's areas of expertise range from electronics design such as prototyping, FPGA development, microcontroller design and manufacturing support, through to software development for Windows embedded mobile applications, desktop applications and Windows mobile BSP. The consultancy also has experience of designing hardware products from PDAs to digital audio mixers.
The company is a Windows Embedded and a Microchip Authorized Design partner. was set up in 2008 and has a client list spanning the U.K., Europe and U.S.