Safe software for tech startups
That is why we help companies such as Glanum Medical Devices, Soil Heroes and other (funded) tech startups to develop secure digital products.
Examples are the development of robust firmware for a medical device in Embedded Rust, or cloud native software for a secure platform for regenerative farming.
Digital product development
- MVP development
- Agile development process
- Authentication using DigiD, IRMA
- Protocol design & cryptography
- Memory-safety with Rust
Development & operations
- Backend & API development
- Rust, Node.JS, Symfony
- Secure operations & hardening
- Docker & Kubernetes
- Firmware & driver development
- Embedded Rust
- Power-efficient IoT
- LoRaWAN, LTE, BLE and more
Case: Soil Heroes
We developed a groundbreaking platform to scale regenerative farming through the connection of farmers to business using impact data.
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Product vision to MVP
Our developers are comfortable in the consultant role, using their analytical skills to sharpen your ideas into an actionable plan. We look further than just the technology, and help you to find the simplest solution possible.
In-house vs outsourced
Throughout our collaboration we aim to bridge that infamous gap of in-house vs. outsourced development. We do this by selecting small teams with all the required skills. Think of our teams as the natural extension of your product development team.
Whatever project you work on with us, large or small, you will always encounter a strong engineering mindset, the search for ever better software and tools, for elegant solutions and for secure and privacy-friendly software.
Say hello to Rust
Build your product for safety and reliability? We can help you get going with Rust more quickly, whether you want to start gently by exploring Rust with a talk or a workshop, or you seek to jump-start your Rust development.Learn more
More practical experience
Blogs and cases you can use to judge our experience by
Glanum Medical Devices
We are software partner of Glanum Medical Devices and we developed, among other things, the firmware (62304 compliant) for their latest heart rate monitoring (ECG) patch. That device received CE within 9 months from the start of the development.