We focus on electronics and software development – from the first concept to a production-ready device.
Since 2007, Damedics has been developing products for highly regulated industries. We specialize in motion control, sensor technology, and the application of machine learning and advanced algorithms, ensuring cutting-edge solutions in our projects.
Particularly for startups, the journey from the first prototype to a reliable manufacturing setup involves complex challenges. With our extensive experience in these technical domains, we guide our customers seamlessly through to series production.
At Damedics, we maintain a small, agile team structure, enhancing our ability to adapt quickly and efficiently. Simultaneously, we are expanding our partner network, integrating a wide range of technical expertise to provide the best resources for your project.
The more difficult the problem, the greater our enthusiasm. We just love to find solutions for technical challenges.
Usually, a project starts with workshops to define the project goal and the project requirements. Our customer decides if they want to follow an iterative (agile) process or a classic V-model approach.
Many years of experience in electronics and software development help us to accelerate the definition and feasibility phase and to quickly arrive at a first prototype.
Electronics and embedded software development is usually done in-house at Damedics. For mechanical design, mobile apps and other software components we have a great partner network we can rely on.
We are used to working in highly regulated environments (e.g. medical devices) with extensive design verification and validation processes. Our customers define the requirements to be applied and we provide the necessary design outputs.
Damedics does not provide in-house mass production. Therefore, the design transfer is an important step to guarantee our customers a smooth hand-over to the manufacturing site. We are happy to assist in selecting a reliable contract manufacturer.
Transforming Ideas into Concepts
Research and Feasibility Studies
Defining Development Strategy
Embedded SW Development
Design Transfer to Manufacturer
Design Verification and Validation