Future Electronics’ Advanced Engineers are system design experts, with in-depth knowledge on a variety of design approaches to help you solve real design challenges. Our Advanced Engineers are Factory Certified by a range of suppliers on a wide breadth of technologies.
These highly trained Advanced Engineers are an extension of our suppliers’ engineering teams and they have insight into new product roadmaps, reference designs, tools and design methodologies.
Future’s Advanced Engineers can help with (not limited to):
- System and Architecture Trade-off Analysis
- Product Selection
- Product Evaluation, Benchmarking and Selection
- Design Tool and Methodology Consulting
- Design Reviews
- FPGA Design Services
Engineering Centers of Excellence
Future Electronics’ Advanced Engineering Group provides in-depth engineering services including system design services, technical support and global logistics, enabling lower system costs, increasing product integration and functionality, and reducing time-to-market.
Future Electronics’ Engineering Centers of Excellence provide a complete offering of solutions from new product introductions (NPI) to evaluation and development kits, reference designs, demo boards, proof of concepts and other various design consulting services.
With over 300 engineers based in the Americas, Asia and Europe, we have both the experience and the resources needed to be your valued partner.
One of the most valued services of our Engineering Centers of Excellence is our Tool Loaner Program. Future Electronics offers, on loan, free development tools from many of our major manufacturer partners. This allows you to evaluate both hardware platforms as well as tool offerings without significant up front expenditures.
Future Electronics also develops reference and evaluation platforms that we can offer to you. These designs will often incorporate a variety of technologies that act as enablers to product development. These tested and documented designs include the hardware, software and documentation needed to replicate example designs or applications.