Circad has been retained for the design, development and manufacture of the medical electronics systems for a device that allows the transport and preservation of warm livers for up to 24 hours prior to transplant.
The Android operating system is a well established platform for tablets and mobile phones. As as Android developer, Circad can connect this powerful operating system directly to your electronics, giving your customers an easy and familiar user interface.
A DALI (digital addressable lighting interface) ballast controller allows a building management system to automatically control lighting depending on the time of day, ambient light and building occupancy. They are popular for controlling the lighting within bathrooms and corridors of large buildings where a cost saving can be made by not lighting un-occupied rooms.
The Cirque d'Hiver ("Winter Circus") in Paris, has been a prominent venue for circuses, concerts and other events since 1852. As part of their spectacular 2013 presentations they wanted to produce a waterfall that could create images in the falling water. Circad were retained to develop the control electricals to produce these images.
The cause of most dead computers is the owner interrupting a BIOS update. We were asked to develop a tool to achieve a computer motherboard drive update even if the computer did not boot, without removing any components.
Circad were asked to develop the electronics for an inject refilling system that was installed in over 1000 US retail stores. The system allowed customers to have their own cartridge filled and tested within minutes at a fraction of the cost of a new one.
Councils need to know how many visitors they have to each of their libraries, but currently a member of staff manually counts visitors then emails results. Circad were asked to automate the process and the collection of results.
Modern TV programmes have disability access for the blind, including audio description. The program guide however still requires menu navigation using a remote control. Circad were asked to design a product that would retail for under £100 to allow the Electronic Program Guide on SKY to be used by a blind person.