Technology becomes meaningful only when it is put to a serve meaningful purpose. Tachlog committed to extending solutions through Embedded Technology Application. The fast-moving bandwagon of present-day technologies has already taken us to the gates of Industry 4.0. With the rapid progress has come automation in different aspects of life – at domestic and professional fronts. Our abilities, starting from ideation to delivery, are supported by an in-depth understanding of product development and design of digital, analog and RF tools.
Our experienced engineers capture the unique objective of the product. We develop the model and simulate its functions in a prototype to ensure no propositions of marketing are compromised. We ensure our electronics technology will add value to a larger design of components. Our strengths are – building high-end architectural definitions, developing a microprocessor/microcontroller and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) based design on Printed Circuit Boards (PCB).
Products are built on an 8-bit single-chip controller like AVR and multi-core processor like ARM. Tachlog’s skilled circuit design engineers spend time to understand the objectives of the product in a bid to rule out potential malfunctions in the long run. Connectivity solutions for devices and components are rigged with refined communication protocols and state-of-the-art data transfer components. EMployed in devices like
The relatively new arena of Robotics and Process Automation have been making an overwhelming impact on most industries in the world. Tachlog’s R&D division has taken a rather serious note of the developments in this area. Robotics has become a key focus of team Tachlog, successfully making a few great strides in the right direction. While the word ‘innovation’ is used to describe nearly all practical and non-practical purposes, we believe creative thinking and sense of purposefulness should be the driving spirit behind robotics. It is indeed our hunger for application-driven technology which has helped us to create a range of robots and robotic components.