Hardware Design Health Check (Save up to 50% on your R&D Expenditure)
Research has shown that an average electronics company requires approximately 5 weeks (from reviewing the final schematic to a tested PCB) in order to produce a working prototype. However, our experience has shown that this figure can easily grow to as much as 12 weeks if engineers have to fix an ‘unhealthy’ design by re-performing simulations, re-designing the schematic, reviewing the changes, and finally re-designing, manufacturing and testing the new PCB.
Our fixed price design health check (DHC) service has been specifically developed to address corporate issues of cost, efficiency, reliability and reproducibility. Our experienced team of design specialists is well versed in everyday issues encountered by companies engaged in electronic design, and is able to give you short turnaround leading to a sustainable cost saving, in some cases by as much as €30,000!
To begin the review process we simply ask all new clients to fill in our standard confidentiality agreement in order to ensure security of any exchanged information. After approving the confidentiality agreement we will send a signed copy back to you, and then one of design specialists will contact you in order to discuss your requirements further. The table shown below summarises what is included and excluded in the design health check:
How much does it cost?
The table shown below summarises the pricing structure used for the design health check, where each 'page' is assumed to be either in A4 or A3 format. For any clients requiring review of multiple hardware design schematics intended for multiple PCBs, please contact us for a specialised quotation.
In order to find out more about our design health
check service, and how we may be able to help you with your design, please
feel free to contact us at email@example.com
with a summary of your requirements.
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