Product Engineering

Product engineering in the field of electronics refers to the use of embedded hardware, firmware, application software design, and development to develop an electronics product which makes difference to the human lifestyle.
Product engineering services companies have a wide spectrum of domains like IoT, AI, ML, retail, automotive, wearables, marine, aerospace, medical devices, and consumer electronics. There are several components which are involved in the product engineering services such as

Mean stack

Mean Stack

MEAN, a free, open-source, full-stack solution for MEAN applications. MEAN combines MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js into a single, full­stack solution for JavaScript development. MEAN stack is refers to collection of Javascript tehnologies used to develop web application. From the client to server to database everything is based on Javascript MEAN is a full-stack JavaScript framework ideal for building dynamic websites and applications. MEAN is a full-stack development toolkit used

System On Chip

A system-on-a-chip (SoC) is a microchip with all the necessary electronic circuits and parts for a given system, such as a Smartphone or wearable computer, on a single integrated circuit (IC). Let say for example for an Iris scanner, it includes a microcontroller, an encoder and a decoder, memory, Input output logic control for a user on a single chip. Intel’s Curie, a SoC based on the Intel Quark SE, is the size of a shirt button but includes everything required to provide compute power for wearable devices.

Introduction to IoT

Internet of Things represents a general concept for the ability of network devices to sense and collect data from the world around us, and then share that data across the Internet where it can be processed and utilized for various interesting purposes.

Some also use the term industrial Internet interchangeably with IoT. This refers primarily to commercial applications of IoT technology in the world of manufacturing. The Internet of Things is not limited to industrial applications, however.