Streamline Your Embedded Software Development with Firmlogics: Expert Prototyping, Reliable Design, and Professional Training!

We promptly respond to the needs of our time-sensitive clients and prioritize transparency. We explain the specific prototyping process without hiding anything. Furthermore, we contribute to cost reduction for our customers by leveraging cutting-edge technology.

We have dedicated ourselves to navigating challenging technical negotiations and problem-solving between overseas engineers and Japanese clients for over a decade. Even in the present year of 2020, it remains no easy task due to differences in language, culture, and values. We are determined to assist overseas clients facing such difficulties.

Business Fields

  • Software technology for TI C6000 DSP (framework, signal processing applications)
  • Prototyping and technical support for Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and Bluetooth LE
  • Prototyping of machine learning (AI) applications for embedded devices
  • Technical evaluation and prototyping of direct-drive actuator control and servo control
  • Prototyping of NeoPixel LED designs
  • Problem analysis and technical consultations for other embedded software (IoT, MQTT)
  • Technical document writing, creation of IT book indexes, and negotiations with overseas engineers
  • Lectures for students, training for young engineers, and electronics workshops
  • Prototyping of driver software for Raspberry Pi (Linux), Arduino, and other platforms
  • Hardware design and printed circuit board (PCB) design for prototyping purposes.

As of March 2023, we are still in the process of developing a multilingual website. In the meantime, we kindly request you to refer to our blog posts written in Japanese. They can be automatically translated into your preferred languages. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Atsushi Yokoyama, Firmlogics


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