What We Do
Prolucid helps customers design, develop, and deploy embedded and FPGA applications, ranging from custom product development, to custom test and inspection, to custom simulation and control.
Embedded Product Development
Software commercialization support for embedded product development, including hardware platform selection, application design and architecture, through to integration and testing.
Embedded Test & Measurement
Build and deploy custom test & measurement applications utilizing National Instruments embedded & FPGA products to tackle high-speed and high-throughput requirements.
Embedded Control & Simulation
Create powerful simulation and control applications including hardware-in-the-loop, through to motion control and feedback.
How It Works
Every application is unique and Prolucid helps ensure that the right embedded hardware platform, custom embedded development, and overall integration are completed to deliver a solution that works.
Embedded Hardware Selection
We work with a wide variety of off-the-shelf embedded hardware platforms, including FPGA’s, microprocessors, and GPU’s and can help recommend the best approach as needed for the application.
Custom Embedded Development
Next we help implement highly efficient, reliable, and upgradeable embedded or real-time software designed specifically for the custom application requirements.
Integration and Testing
With each step of development, ongoing testing is performed to validate hardware and software integration in simulated environments through to final deployment.
Embedded Medical Device
Portable Real-Time/FPGA Blood Cell Image Analyzer
Hardware In-The-Loop Simulation
Simulation of Real-Time Train Communication and Signaling
Automated Vehicle Brake Control
High Speed Data Processing to Control Required Brake Pressure
We start by executing a discovery or proof of concept phase to better understand the customer and project requirements, and demonstrate potential hardware and software solutions.
Included with this phase is a review of the recommended technology and approach, optional prototyping, and time and cost to complete.