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Brisk 1st Day for ByteSnap Embedded Electronics Designers at EDS 2014

EDS 2014 Kicks Off To A Great Start for ByteSnap Embedded Electronic Designers   Embedded Electronics Designers ByteSnap have enjoyed an extremely brisk first day at the Electronic Design Show in Coventry today – with the consultancy seeing an even busier kick off to the event compared with last year. “It’s been a great opening day at EDS,” […]

Our Embedded Hardware Design makes BBC News Top Story

ByteSnap’s Embedded Hardware Design shown on BBC National News ByteSnap Design was featured right at the beginning of the lead news report on the 10 O’Clock news programme last night.  The story, by Robert Peston, was about the latest UK job figures.  ByteSnap was featured as a company toughing out the gnarly economic climate and […]

ByteSnap Electronic Design Consultants at EDS 2014

Electronic Design Consultants’ 2nd year at Electronic Design Show Embedded Electronics Consultancy ByteSnap Design is approaching its second year at Coventry’s EDS trade show with understandable excitement; having received two industry award nominations to top off a very busy year. The Birmingham-based electronics design house was a finalist in the Consultancy of the Year category at […]

BBC News film Electronic Design at ByteSnap

BBC News get up close and personal with Electronic Design at ByteSnap Breaking news… A BBC News crew stopped by our offices on Thursday morning and did a 2 hour pre-shoot featuring electronic design for report about the economy.  A quick look behind the scenes… Economics Editor Robert Peston’s producer Ben King and his cameraman were really pleasant […]

ByteSnap Nominated for TWO top Industry Awards

ZigBee Smart Metering Work Catches Judges Attention ByteSnap has a chance to regain the ELEKTRA Design Team of the Year accolade we won in 2011, after being nominated for the award for 2014. Director Dunstan Power is delighted that ByteSnap has  reached the finals of the ELEKTRAs, dubbed the “Oscars of the Electronics Industry”. “It’s […]
Design trade-offs for product development

Design trade-offs for product development

ByteSnap is in the business of designing new products for customers, and one of the pleasures of product development is hearing about interesting new ideas customers have and trying to work out a good route to market for them. Once the project has been discussed, the conversation often follows this course: “I know it is hard […]

ByteSnap Client in the News with the latest in Marine Electronics Development

One of our clients, the National Oceanography Centre, has hit the headlines by deploying the UK’s largest-ever marine robot fleet. The NOC is leading a pioneering group of research and corporate partners to test new technologies in marine electronics development, and better understand how the sea works. The project, launched off the Plymouth coast, will run for […]

R & D Tax Credits – Is It Worth It?

Research and Development tax credits are probably the most valuable tax benefit available to UK companies developing new products – yet thousands of eligible companies are missing out.  We talked to William O’Brien from WOCO about why uptake of R&D Tax Credits is still so low, and what they can mean in real terms for […]
ByteSnap doubles space at Longbridge Technology Park

ByteSnap doubles space at Longbridge Technology Park

ByteSnap Design, has expanded at 2 Devon Way at the technology park. Dunstan Power said: “We’ve grown significantly since we first moved to Longbridge Innovation Centre six years ago, increasing staff levels by 600 per cent in this time due to of new business wins and diversification of our product portfolio. “The move to larger […]

Optimising power consumption in microcontroller designs in 12 easy steps

  Long battery lifetime is a frequent requirement in embedded product design – microcontroller design in particular. For instance, we designed an animal tracking product that could run for four years using a 1/3 of an AA cell.  Microcontrollers are getting ever more meagre in their power demands.  However, consumers’ expectations of features are growing […]