In-depth definition work to perfectly comply with specifications

The electronic design phase consists in setting up technical solutions which meet the specifications for designing our customers' boards (PCB). It is divided into three main phases.

First, the technical specifications definition / finalisation phase. This includes the description of the product's functions, its outcomes and interfaces – man/machine and electrical and mechanical – and the definition of the product's conditions of use, its environment and its applicable standards.

ALTYOR Group can intervene to help the customer develop the product objectives and requirements.

The functional analysis phase

Then, the functional analysis phase consists in cutting the project into simple elements to set up the technical solutions which will fully meet the expression of requirements. At the end of this phase, hardware and software architecture is put forward to the customer. This analysis phase leads to the acceptance and validation report.

Writing the definition and manufacturing file

Lastly comes the industrial design phase, which has multiple objectives. It involves creating a definition and manufacturing file of a system. The design positions all the interfaces of the components described in the architecture. Each functional block is studied within the overall project so as to never forget the interactions of each one (power, EMI, interfaces, radio emission, etc.). Industrialization ensures that the product defined in the design perfectly meets the requirements of industrial manufacturing. Mechatronics ensures that the product defined in the design can be fully integrated into the mechanical environment (fastening, dimensions, radio, etc.).

The industrial design phase must also provide the means to validate th e main   software functions, to draw up the unit test report and to write the test protocol in order to obtain the product certifications required. To validate the technical solutions, different intermediate models are made.

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