Modular design involves constructing a system or product from independent, interchangeable modules, each serving a specific function. These modules can be easily connected to form a larger, integrated system.
In this article, we will explore what adaptive engineering is, why it is important, provide examples of its applications, and focus on how industries, particularly within industrial and embedded computing, are utilizing this cutting-edge concept.
Our client approached BVM seeking a cutting-edge PC solution for the control of VR (virtual reality) for an augmented reality (AR) ride at one of their premier theme parks.
From manufacturing plants to oil rigs, computers play a crucial role in streamlining processes and enabling automation. However, one aspect that is often overlooked is the need for ruggedized designs in industrial computer systems.
One key aspect that can significantly boost the effectiveness of industrial computing systems is customization. Tailoring computing solutions to meet specific business needs can provide numerous benefits.
Customized embedded solutions offer numerous benefits over off-the-shelf options, including improved performance, better security and reliability, and greater flexibility and scalability.
Are you looking for a company that offers complete embedded solutions from design and development to testing and manufacturing? Look no further than BVM!
Navigating the journey from prototype to production can be a daunting task. However, with our comprehensive range of services and expertise, you can confidently bring your product to market.
Long Term Availability refers to the length of time that the computer and its components will be available for purchase from the manufacturer.
At BVM, we specialize in the design and manufacturing of industrial and embedded computers that are built to withstand the harsh conditions of industrial environments.