Comprehensive FPGA development services

We research, design and develop domain specific FPGA-based solutions

Comprehensive FPGA research and development services

We research, design and develop domain specific FPGA-based solutions

FPGA research, design and development services

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Access to FPGA experts

4,5-star grade given by our clients based on their testimonial and our skillset. 

Comprehensive FPGA development services

We deliver full FPGA and embedded systems design and development services. Get all other parts of system development done at Embevity: hardware development, DSP, software development, R&D, algorithm’s design and testing.

Fast and sincere communication

We constantly prove that our team members communicate at a high level, building long-term relationships.

Agility and speed with a clear direction

You will benefit from our fast pace and agility, but we are always on track and committed to delivering results.

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What we can do

FPGA design and development services

High Speed Interfaces

  • PCI Express – custom PCI express compatible cards
  • XAUI / Multi-Gigabit Ethernet – realtime communication, custom payloads
  • MIPI DSI/CSI-2, SLVS – interfacing with displays and image sensors
  • Aurora – FPGA chip-to-chip communication
  • JESD204B – high-speed measurement systems (ADC & DAC)
  • Custom high-speed protocols – developed according to specification and performance needs

SoC / SoM

  • Xilinx Zynq 7000 / Zynq UltraScale+
  • Intel Cyclone series
  • Off-the-shelf system-on-modules
  • Custom PCB with SoC/SoM

Digital Signal Processing

  • Signal processing
  • Adaptive filters
  • Control algorithms
  • Data correction

Hardware, Software and R&D

  • Hardware development
  • Software development
  • Firmware development
  • R&D in various fields
  • Testing & QA
  • Mechanical
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Testing

  • Hardware functional/non-functional testing 
  • Software functional/non-functional testing 
  • Automation of software testing 
  • Failure analysis 
  • EMC testing 

Development process

  • Architecture specification and definition
  • Iterative development
  • Hardware and software development
  • Design optimization
  • Design testing

Tools & Hardware

  • VHDL, Verilog, SystemVerilog
  • HLS C++, SpinalHDL
  • Xilinx Vivado/Vitis, Intel Quartus, Lattice Diamond
  • XSim, ModelSim, Verilator
  • Variety of FPGA families: Artix, Kintex, 7/UltraScale/UltraScale+, Intel Cyclone, Lattice CrossLink

FPGA development FAQs

Apart from FPGA programming we offer a whole range of embedded systems development services:

  • Architecture design
  • Hardware development (Schematics, PCB)
  • Firmware
  • Software + OS
  • DSP and other algorithms
  • Prototyping
  • Production and mechanical design via partners
  • Testing and certification
  • Mobile apps with partners
Although we are an AMD (Xilinx) Adaptive Computing Partner and we have plenty of Xilinx experience, we also support other manufacturers:

  • Intel
  • Microchip
  • Lattice
  • Efinix
Our minimum project team consists of a Project Manager, Lead Tech Engineer, Developers and Tester/QA. The size of the team depends on the amount of work to be done.
Yes, we are pleased to confirm that all materials produced during the course of the project will be the exclusive property of the client. The transfer of all rights is assured, contingent upon the settlement of all invoices. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
1. Fixed-price contracts - we start with a thorough estimation of the WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) based on the product specification, UATs (User Acceptance Tests), case studies and all other information delivered by the client. We discuss the risks and cover them with a mitigation budget. The project is lead by a Project Manager. During regular meeting we report and monitor the hours' and time burn rate. There is some room for elasticity but any changes require a bigger budget. This approach suits very well defined scopes.

2. Time & Material contracts - we start with a very general definition of the scope and start development quickly. The project is managed by a Project Manager who leads the project using Agile methodology. Frequent meetings are held (daily, weekly, monthly) to monitor the backlog and tasks. the scope can grow and shrink and so can the timeline. This approach suits a vaguely defined scope or where a lot of research is necessary.

3. Combination of Time & Material and Fixed-price - we start with a thorough WBS estimation, but leave the risks and modifications open. The project is managed by a Project Manager who leads the project using a combined Agile and Waterfall methodology. We monitor the budget and timeline, but there is more elasticity than in a strict fixed-price project. This approach suits projects where there is a chunk of research and a following long development stage.
As our client you will receive access to a group of creative FPGA experts and a well managed development process. We communicate fast and sincerely, which is always reported by our clients.

We work according to our mission:

"Guided by our deep passion for embedded systems, we are dedicated to delivering cutting-edge R&D services, skilfully shaping customized solutions rooted in creativity, initiative, and thorough involvement. Our emphasis on quality, reliability and efficient communication guarantees clients a smooth journey from idea to market triumph."
Please provide a version of the NDA (non-disclosure agreement) that suits you or ask us for a copy of the version Embevity is using. We will need your company details to put them into the agreement.
The sooner you contact us the sooner we will find out. The start date depends on the scope of work to be done, on the level of specification completion and on the availability of the specific skills in our team. Please send us your enquiry and we will tell you what is the possible start date and what does it depend on.

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Our selected FPGA design and development projects

Medical and industrial imaging equipment

High speed acquisition and communication medical and industrial imaging device.

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Components for Curium One satellite

Key elements development for a high definition 360° camera.

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Quantum cryptography DevKit

Development of an FPGA base for quantum-cryptography for a scientific group at one of the scandinavian universities.

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Testimonials

Embevity is a strong and reliable partner for our Curium satellite mission, launching in 2023 mission on the Ariane 6 maiden flight. They develop key elements for our GPU powered 360°, high-definition camera solution and provide great engineering input to make this mission even better. We appreciate their support and expertise and are delighted to work with them also on future space projects.

Frank KochPlanetary Transportation Systems GmbH, Project Manager of Curium One

Embevity developed most of the firmware and embedded software for our flagship camera, which is a multi-FPGA system with several data outputs over 10 Gigabit Ethernet. They could start the development soon after we reached out, they are easy to communicate with and always fast to respond to any questions or requests. Embevity not only developed high quality firmware and embedded software, but also helped us debug hardware issues and provided us with testing tools. As a result, our most advanced camera is now running smoothly at high data rates.

Dr Erik HogenbirkR&D Manager at Amsterdam Scientific Instruments B.V.

We have selected Embevity to support the DTU CryptQ scientific project, which will deliver continuous variable quantum key distribution (CV-QKD) hardware. We needed a partner who has good experience in FPGA programming, but also one that has research experience to handle the upcoming deployment of algorithms designed in Matlab.
Embevity coped with the project with very good skill level and transparent communication and project control. We are happily continuing to phase 2, which is even more complicated.

Dr Tobias GehringAssociate Professor, Department of Physics · Quantum Physics and Information Technology · Center for Macroscopic Quantum States

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