More and more, mechatronic devices can be effectively controlled by low-cost and low-power embedded architectures.
Years of activities in the field of underwater robotics and in other mission-critical applications, where the hardware size and its power consumption are often an issue, enabled Graal Tech people to mature strong expertises in designing and implementing embedded systems.
Different families of programmable devices, microcontrollers and DSPs, with related development and simulation environments, are frequently used by Graal Tech people for developing advanced integrated solutions, tailored to the application needs and constraints.
Among the most relevant realizations, it is worth citing control systems for autonomous underwater vehicles, robotic manipulators and other mechatronic devices, servo systems for electrical motors, modules for signal acquisition and signal processing, power management units.
Further strong competencies are registered also in developing distributed architectures based on CAN-bus or other fieldbuses.