BVM are systems integrator specialising in providing embedded computing solutions – whether you need something that’s standard or customised to your own bespoke needs.
We provide the tools you need to bring your portable Peli Case “system in a case” device to market.
Our end-to-end Pelicase device manufacturing services provide everything you need to take your project from prototype to production.
We provide the tools you need to bring your IoT device to market. Our end-to-end IoT device manufacturing services provide everything you need to take your project from prototype to production.
We provide the tools you need to bring your rugged device to market.
Our end-to-end rugged device manufacturing services provide everything you need to take your project from prototype to production.
Our client provides temperature monitoring units for refrigerated vehicles. These compact devices take temperature readings at regular intervals throughout the journey and produce a log of the temperatures alongside the time of each reading.
Description Our client provides laboratory equipment that tests the cleanliness and purity of aviation turbine fuels, making sure that each batch complies to the stringent guidelines of IP 565. Lasers are used to detect any particles or impurities in the liquid fuels, as these could lead to combustion problems and engine down-time due to maintenance…
Whether we’re utilising our own manufacturing & production facilities here in Southampton – or our ecosystem of partners, BVM can cope with any size or complexity of batch manufacturing.
BVM were approached by an existing client to evaluate the possibility of using twelve PCIe mini-cards in a system together with a mid-range graphics card, itself requiring eight PCIe lanes.
Since 2000 (Atmos) has been supplying tightness monitoring systems for jet fuel pipelines and airport hydrant systems across the world. BVM initially engaged with them to update the current PC and HMI technology with its Atmos Portable Tightness Monitor (APTM) product for leak detection around airport fuel hydrants
I have a laptop, why would I need a portable computer? We often see examples of field-based test or surveillance equipment based on a laptop computer. If the application is in a reasonably benign environment and there aren’t too many external real-world connections the laptop or tablet can be a good solution.