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December 8, 2010 Leave a comment

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Systems engineering and benchmarking

December 1, 2010 Leave a comment

In order to exceed user expectations, it must be possible to benchmark the design and compare with competitors. There is a need for methods, test setups, prototypes, demos and test reports that are accurate, comprehensive and always up-to-date. Perfeco test and certification services delivers this quickly and comprehensively based on a long experience within design of low-cost test setups, rapid prototyping, benchmarking and system identification in a manner that fits test engineers, legal bodies, customer expectations and marketing well.

Quflow is the mother company for Perfeco. Besides the rapid verification and benchmarking performed within Perfeco, Quflow also has the capability to follow up with detailed trouble-shooting, systems integration and optimisation of related design parameters that have large impact on product quality and user experience. 

Typical aspects include radio coverage, energy conservation, thermal stability and signal integrity in mobile devices (industrializations). More unique aspects include driver comfort and fuel efficiency of vehicles, teaching efficiency of interactive simulations, and charge sensitivity of single-electron transistors (publications). Everything within product performance and system efficiency is particularly interesting!

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Consultancy offerings

October 5, 2010 Leave a comment

Quflow can help with one or more of the following tasks to make sure your product exceed expectations:

Step 1: Find a modern platform series for your product family where all hardware and software components already play well together and will continue to do so for many years to come.

Step 2: Find main message that will build the value of the product family and preferably a unique message for each product.

Step 3: Find soft quality criteria (excellent/good/poor) that relate most to the intended customer.

Step 4: Find soft design challenges (hard/standard/easy) that contribute most to the main value.

Step 5: Find solutions to design challenges through regularly updated and aggregated risk/opportunity analyses.

Step 6: Construct the most efficient system design, product optimizations and integration guidelines based on regularly updated design solutions using research, lessons learned, modeling, benchmarking, prototyping, identification and maturity/cost/value roadmaps for each design challenge in use-cases and scenarios where system performance is most critical.

Step 7: Connect people into small and effective teams focussed on quality parameters that can be continuously benchmarked and designs that are easy to integrate without any need for guarantee repairs. Develop methodologies and training that stimulate creativity, team-working and quality improvements across all disciplines and organizations involved.

Step 8: Product engineering and verification such as driving and participating in product adaptation, requirement coverage analysis, competitor analysis, lab testing, focus testing, field testing, certifications, volume qualification, feedback harvesting and continuous improvement activities.

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