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Embedded Systems Design

Sleipnir provides turnkey solutions for embedded systems. From project inception through to finished design, we will guide you through the process, allowing you to focus on what is important for your business.

We will develop electronics, firmware, and enclosures for your systems as you require. Our lead engineer Atli is passionate about designing full systems and taking on the challenges that this presents. During development we will generate technical documentations as required, including the requirements for CE technical files and test specifications. 

Have a look below to get an idea of what kind of projects we have been involved in and then get in touch to discuss your idea and find out what we can do for you by chatting with our team!

System architecture

A system’s potential is limited by its architecture. A good architecture makes sure that systems can adapt and grow to become whatever is required of them, without hindering or creating technical debt. At Sleipnir we are firm believers in taking the time at the beginning to make sure we do not have problems at the finish line. Our embedded system designs incorporate our philosophy of adaptability and modularity. For our software we enforce information hiding principles, and in our hardware systems we do the same where systems interface with one another. 

This has allowed us to create some fantastic embedded systems with the ability to add features seamlessly, even towards the end of our projects. We want to create systems that are praised by the users as well as the developers working on them.


In the modern world everything seems to be connected and this is the trend that has taken a firm hold of the electronics industry. At Sleipnir we pride ourselves on making connectivity interfaces simple and enabling them to cope with rapid changes in their environment. Our designs implement APIs with thorough documentation, enabling their use for a wide variety of circumstances. We also offer software solutions to bridge the gap between backend and sensors.

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