We’re constantly cultivating a culture of invention at EmbedTek, from building teams with diverse backgrounds and continuously improving quality systems and processes, to identifying needs in the marketplace and developing ways to solve them through technology. The Knowledge Center is a culmination of case studies, inventive engineering, news, and trends that provide insight into what we do for our customers everyday.
EmbedTek filed a provisional patent for a camera system including a reflective progressive lens. The system captures images of people, vehicles, or objects that would be blurred or lack enough detail with standard camera technology and lenses.
EmbedTek developed a high-speed pill counter to replace the need for manual sorting of highly sensitive prescription medications.
With wider accessibility, UWB has the potential to improve safety, efficiency, and be cost effective across many industries. This white paper details the different ways UWB can be used today and factors to consider before you get started.
EmbedTek recently worked with a leader in steam turbine manufacturing to design a cohesive and intelligent system that monitors valve health in real time. We accomplished this by leveraging our embedded systems expertise and our understanding of their market and business needs to develop a fully functional and reliable solution.
Consumer grade components may not give you the traceability or life cycle that you need for future scalability.
Medical device manufacturers are revolutionizing healthcare treatment and patient outcomes. They need a manufacturing partner to help them scale.
Updated versions of PCIe will improve the speeds at which data can move within computer systems, in particular, those with graphics and sound.
EmbedTek developed a portable medical image generator rated with the high performance our customer needs and to ISO and FDA standards.
Vision Systems Design featured EmbedTek in the May 2018 issue, covering how EmbedTek uses COTS and open source to create better, faster, and cheaper vision systems.
COTS camera sensors and open source software have dramatically shifted the industrial vision systems playing field, opening up opportunities for nearly any OEM in any industry to improve equipment design, device control, and operational outcomes.