Building, testing, and refining prototypes ensures a more competitive product in the end.
Prototyping is about solving the biggest unknowns, upfront, as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Our in-house team of engineers, designers, and developers work in unison to quickly iterate your designs into field-ready prototypes.Let’s get started
Among our Prototyping services are:
We help you rapidly iterate on the look, feel, and form of the product starting with concept sketches, moving to 3D models, and then creating physical, looks-like prototypes.
We answer questions around technology, features, user interface, and unit costs by working with you to develop proof-of-concept prototypes. We’ll leverage off-the-shelf hardware and canned software to collect insight of key data you need.
Engineered prototypes are the first manufactured prorotypes of your product. We build engineered prototypes that are “works-like” and “looks-like” to allow you to verify all core functionalities of your product.
Meet some of your Breadware IoT prototyping team
Lead Firmware Engineer
Expert in PCB design, firmware design, digital logic and communication interfaces for connected products. 7 years IoT expertise with deep knowledge base in defense, medical, and wearable applications.
Master’s in Electrical Engineering from State University of New York at Stony Brook. Specializations in Computer Architecture and System Designing. 7 years of experience writing embedded firmware for complex IoT applications.
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