MONROSE SERVICES LIMITED
Embedded Software Engineering ● Consultancy ● Technical Writing ● Web Design
Introducing Monrose Services - UK Based Specialists in Embedded Systems Design
Established in 2000 by David James, formerly Head of Software at Marconi Instruments, Monrose Services provides a software engineering and management consultancy service primarily to manufacturers of embedded systems.
How Can Monrose Services Help Your Organisation?
Monrose undertakes many different types of project from short term investigations to full-scale developments. Here are just a few examples.
Controlling Instruments using Ethernet
Monrose recently undertook a major project to introduce Ethernet control into an established test and measurement product. This involved specifying, designing and implementing a solution based on the LXI and VXI-11 standards.
Future Proof IO Services
To overcome obsolescence issues and to provide a degree of future proofing to a successful product, Monrose proposed the addition of an off-the-shelf CPU card to provide modern IO services based on Linux. A prototype system developed by Monrose proved to be successful, and the client intends to adopt this technology in the near future.
Extending a Product Range
Monrose worked with marketing and engineering staff at the UK headquarters of an international electronics company to specify the software requirements for a new variant of an existing product range, and then went on to design and implement the software.
Attractive and Professional Looking Web Sites
An example of a recent web site design project: GMS are specialists in marketing high technology products and services. Site management facilities use PHP / MySQL technology to allow GMS to keep the site up to date with samples from its expanding portfolio of marketing publications.
More examples on the Web Design Page.
An international telecommunications company invited Monrose to review their proposed new software development procedures and to give a presentation to their software engineering staff based on the Guide to Managing Embedded Software Development by David James.
Monrose undertook a project to add new software functionality to a well-established product to take advantage of the adaptive frequency hopping capabilities of the Bluetooth 1.2 standard.