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Aftek provides services for verticals such as Telecom, Home Automation, Security Control, Transportation, Energy and Automotive.

We provide business solutions for Mobile and Wireless applications, Embedded systems, e-Business, Real-time applications, Enterprise applications and Networking.

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  1. 1. Aftek Services Overview<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br /><ul><li>Aftek is an innovative IT solutions provider in embedded systems and enterprise applications domain
  3. 3. Established in 1985, IPO in 1995, over 25 years in operations
  4. 4. Listed on Bombay and National Stock Exchanges of India
  5. 5. Revenues of US $ 80+ million last year
  6. 6. Customer base in US, Europe, Japan and Middle East</li></li></ul><li>Our methodology<br />Ruggedness / testing<br /><ul><li> Sanity
  7. 7. Functional
  8. 8. Regression
  9. 9. Stress
  10. 10. Bug verification</li></ul>Deliverables<br /><ul><li>Test plan
  11. 11. Test results
  12. 12. Acceptance</li></ul>Conceptualization<br /><ul><li> Specification finalization
  13. 13. System Architecture design
  14. 14. Components and evaluation board selection
  15. 15. Proof of concept development</li></ul>Deliverables<br /><ul><li>Requirements specifications
  16. 16. High level architecture
  17. 17. PoC demonstration
  18. 18. Acceptance</li></ul>Pre-production support<br /><ul><li> On field verification
  19. 19. Enhancements
  20. 20. Change requests</li></ul>Deliverables<br /><ul><li> CR document
  21. 21. Design impact
  22. 22. Acceptance</li></ul>Production support<br /><ul><li>Automated H/W test programs
  23. 23. Go/no-go testing automation</li></ul>Deliverables<br /><ul><li>Test utilities and JIGs</li></ul>Design and development<br /><ul><li> Low level architecture
  24. 24. Component select and hardware design
  25. 25. BSP
  26. 26. Applications
  27. 27. Unit and integration testing</li></ul>Deliverables<br /><ul><li> Low level architecture
  28. 28. Various design specifications
  29. 29. Acceptance
  30. 30. Environmental
  31. 31. BQB</li></ul>Certification support<br /><ul><li> CE/FCC/UL/Emark/Ctick
  32. 32. Reliability</li></li></ul><li>Control Measures: Metrics<br />© Copyright 2010 | Aftek Limited<br />
  33. 33. Secure Infrastructure<br />
  34. 34. Hardware expertise<br /><ul><li>Capabilities
  35. 35. Processors & Controllers
  36. 36. Peripheral Interfaces
  37. 37. Wireless Peripherals </li></li></ul><li>Capabilities<br />Analog design<br /><ul><li>Signal conditioning
  38. 38. Filter design
  39. 39. RF design (Biometrics)
  40. 40. Instrumentation amplifiers (Biomedical)
  41. 41. Analog audio – Speaker and microphone
  42. 42. Analog video – Camera and display
  43. 43. PSTN</li></ul>Mixed signal design<br /><ul><li>High-speed high-resolution ADC / DAC
  44. 44. ∆∑, SAR ADC
  45. 45. Video encoder, decoder
  46. 46. Serializer-Deserializer
  47. 47. Capsense, Touch-screen</li></ul>Logic design<br /><ul><li>FPGA / CPLD based design
  48. 48. RTL design
  49. 49. Glue logic
  50. 50. Synthesis, verification and validation</li></li></ul><li>Processors and Controllers<br />Application processors<br /><ul><li>ARM7, ARM9, ARM11
  51. 51. ARM Cortex
  52. 52. x86
  53. 53. Marvell PXA</li></ul>Multimedia processors<br /><ul><li>Texas Instruments DaVinci
  54. 54. Texas Instruments OMAP
  55. 55. Freescale Semiconductor i.MX
  56. 56. Samsung</li></ul>Network processors<br /><ul><li>Intel IXP
  57. 57. AMCC
  58. 58. Ubicom</li></ul>Security processors<br /><ul><li>Atmel
  59. 59. NXP SmartMx</li></ul>8/16 bit controllers<br /><ul><li>Cypress MicroSystems
  60. 60. Microchip Technology
  61. 61. NXP Semiconductors
  62. 62. Renesas Technology
  63. 63. STMicroelectronics
  64. 64. Texas Instruments</li></li></ul><li>Peripheral Interfaces<br />Bus interface<br /><ul><li>PCI / mPCI
  65. 65. USB
  66. 66. PCMCIA
  67. 67. SDIO
  68. 68. HPI</li></ul>Memory interface<br /><ul><li>SDR / DDR
  69. 69. NAND / NOR flash
  70. 70. SRAM</li></ul>Communication<br /><ul><li>SPI / I2C
  71. 71. RS-232, RS-485
  72. 72. CAN
  73. 73. Ethernet
  74. 74. HomePlug</li></ul>Audio interface<br /><ul><li>I2S
  75. 75. AC97
  76. 76. PCM</li></ul>Camera<br /><ul><li>CCIR 656
  77. 77. Digital RGB
  78. 78. Y‘UV
  79. 79. MIPI</li></ul>Storage<br /><ul><li>CompactFlash
  80. 80. SD / MMC
  81. 81. USB pen drive
  82. 82. True IDE</li></ul>LCD<br /><ul><li>Digital RGB
  83. 83. Analog RGB
  84. 84. LVDS
  85. 85. Resolution - VGA, QVGA, WVGA, SVGA</li></li></ul><li>Wireless Peripherals<br />WiFi<br /><ul><li>Intersil Prism GT/Javelin chipset
  86. 86. Intersil Prism 3 on PCMCIA
  87. 87. Philips BGW200 on SPI
  88. 88. AtherosSoC
  89. 89. Marvell 88W8686 on SDIO</li></ul>RF (Proprietary, 433MHz/2.4GHz ISM)<br /><ul><li>TI Chipcon CC1110, CC2500, CC1100
  90. 90. TI Chipcon CC2591</li></ul>RF antenna<br /><ul><li>Chip antenna (Antenova, Fractus, Johnson Technology)
  91. 91. PCB antenna (microstrip)</li></ul>Bluetooth<br /><ul><li>CSR Bluecore
  92. 92. Broadcom
  93. 93. USI
  94. 94. Samsung (CSR Bluecore6 chipset)</li></li></ul><li>Wireless Peripherals<br />ZigBee<br /><ul><li>Texas Instruments CC1100</li></ul>GSM / GPRS modules<br /><ul><li>Texas Instruments
  95. 95. Wavecom
  96. 96. CMCS</li></ul>GPS<br /><ul><li>SiRF
  97. 97. Conexant</li></ul>RFID / NFC<br /><ul><li>NXP Semiconductor</li></li></ul><li>BSP expertise<br /><ul><li>Capabilities
  98. 98. BSP Portfolio
  99. 99. Expertise</li></li></ul><li>Capabilities<br />
  100. 100. BSP Portfolio<br /><ul><li>Boot loader – Development, porting, modification and POST
  101. 101. Firmware – Development for 8, 16, 32 bit processors including ARM Core. Optimization for handheld devices
  102. 102. Operating system – Porting and optimization
  103. 103. Kernel – Configuration and optimization
  104. 104. File system – Development, configuration and porting
  105. 105. Device driver – Development, porting, customizing, optimizing and testing
  106. 106. Protocol stacks – Development, porting, customizing, optimizing and testing
  107. 107. Physical validation- Chip validation for functionality, performance and compliance with various interface standards, IP core validation
  108. 108. Integration and maintenance of third party BSP- customization, optimization, and application specific enhancements and support, Hardware Abstraction Layer</li></li></ul><li>BSP Expertise<br />
  109. 109. Application expertise<br /><ul><li>.NET
  110. 110. Java / J2EE
  111. 111. Mobile</li></li></ul><li>.NET Expertise<br /><ul><li>Technologies
  112. 112. C# & VB.NET
  113. 113. Compact Framework
  114. 114. ASP.NET
  115. 115. Web Services
  116. 116. IIS
  117. 117. XML
  118. 118. AJAX Toolkit
  119. 119. Silverlight
  120. 120. Windows services
  121. 121. .NET Remoting
  122. 122. Distributed Transaction Coordinator
  123. 123. Microsoft Sync Framework
  124. 124. WCF
  125. 125. WPF
  126. 126. GDI+
  127. 127. SmartClient
  128. 128. Reflection
  129. 129. WMI
  130. 130. Serial I/0 programming
  131. 131. Network Programming
  132. 132. Cryptography
  133. 133. Share point portal
  134. 134. Reporting Tools & Techniques
  135. 135. Crystal reports
  136. 136. Windows reporting services
  137. 137. Excel based graphical report
  138. 138. HTML reports
  139. 139. Flash reports
  140. 140. Databases
  141. 141. SQL Server
  142. 142. SQL CE
  143. 143. Profiling, debugging & code review tools
  144. 144. ANTS Profiler
  145. 145. PerfMon
  146. 146. CLR Profiler
  147. 147. FxCop
  148. 148. Nunit
  149. 149. MS PowerToys
  150. 150. SQL Profiler
  151. 151. Wireshark</li></li></ul><li>Java / J2EE Capabilities<br />Project Management Tools<br /><ul><li>Technologies
  152. 152. Flex
  153. 153. FlashLite
  154. 154. AJAX
  155. 155. CakePHP
  156. 156. Ruby on Rails
  157. 157. JSP/Servlet
  158. 158. EJB
  159. 159. Struts
  160. 160. Hibernate
  161. 161. XML
  162. 162. Web services
  163. 163. JMS
  164. 164. Applet
  165. 165. SWT
  166. 166. Swing
  167. 167. JavaFX
  168. 168. Application server
  169. 169. Jboss
  170. 170. Websphere
  171. 171. Weblogic
  172. 172. Oracle 10G
  173. 173. Glassfish
  174. 174. Tomcat
  175. 175. Web server
  176. 176. Apache
  177. 177. Webrick
  178. 178. Databases
  179. 179. Postgresql
  180. 180. MSSQL
  181. 181. MYSQL
  182. 182. Oracle
  183. 183. Debugging and Profiling
  184. 184. Jprofiler
  185. 185. Findbugs
  186. 186. Reporting
  187. 187. Jasper
  188. 188. JFreeChart
  189. 189. Birt
  190. 190. Build
  191. 191. Ant
  192. 192. Cruise Control
  193. 193. Maven
  194. 194. Anthill</li></ul>Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Wiki
  195. 195. Twiki
  196. 196. Share point</li></ul>Project Tracking<br /><ul><li>Microsoft Project Plan
  197. 197. Xplanner
  198. 198. Wiki</li></ul>Design<br /><ul><li>Rational Rose
  199. 199. UML
  200. 200. Visio</li></ul>Defect Tracking<br /><ul><li>Bugzilla
  201. 201. Testlink
  202. 202. Mantis
  203. 203. IBM-Rational Clear Quest</li></ul>Configuration Management<br /><ul><li>CVS
  204. 204. VSS
  205. 205. SVN
  206. 206. IBM-Rational ClearCAse</li></li></ul><li>Mobile Capabilities<br /><ul><li>Platforms
  207. 207. Symbian (Nokia, Sony Ericsson, BenQ, Motorola, Siemens, LG)
  208. 208. iPhone
  209. 209. Blackberry
  210. 210. WinCE
  211. 211. Android
  212. 212. Microsoft OneApp
  213. 213. Mobile communications
  214. 214. Bluetooth
  215. 215. GPRS
  216. 216. SMS
  217. 217. WiFi
  218. 218. NFC
  219. 219. Automated Testing
  220. 220. J2ME compatibility checker
  221. 221. Test Quest
  222. 222. FlashLite Expertise
  223. 223. Custom component library
  224. 224. Scalable applications
  225. 225. FlashLite and Symbian integration
  226. 226. Interactive animation
  227. 227. iPhone Expertise
  228. 228. Objective C
  229. 229. Xcode
  230. 230. Cocoa touch library
  231. 231. Custom component library
  232. 232. Android Expertise
  233. 233. 2D/3D graphics-OpenGL
  234. 234. Map location API using GPS
  235. 235. Multimedia API
  236. 236. Sqlite database cursor
  237. 237. Phonebook contact API
  238. 238. Symbian Expertise
  239. 239. Symbian C++
  240. 240. OSGi framework
  241. 241. 2D/3D graphics-OpenGL
  242. 242. Map location API using GPS
  243. 243. Multimedia API
  244. 244. J2ME Expertise
  245. 245. Custom component library
  246. 246. J2ME Polish
  247. 247. OSGi framework (Jadabs)
  248. 248. J2ME and FlashLite Integration
  249. 249. JSR 75: PIM API
  250. 250. JSR 82: Java APIs for Bluetooth
  251. 251. JSR 120: Wireless messaging API (WMA) Version 1.1
  252. 252. JSR 135: Mobile media APIs (MMAPI) Version 1.1
  253. 253. JSR 139: Connected Limited Device Configuration Version 1.1
  254. 254. JSR 179: location API for Java ME
  255. 255. JSR 177: Security and Trust Services API for J2ME (SATSA)
  256. 256. JSR 172: J2ME web services
  257. 257. JSR 205: Wireless Messaging API 2.0
  258. 258. JSR 226: scalable 2D Vector Graphics API for Java ME
  259. 259. JSR 238: Mobile Internationalization API</li></ul>Aftek confidential<br />
  260. 260. Relevant case studies<br /><ul><li>Mobile development
  261. 261. Restaurant payment system
  262. 262. Mobile cardiac system
  263. 263. Transportation devices
  264. 264. Industrial automation</li></li></ul><li>Mobile development<br /><ul><li>A complete Personal Wireless Gateway capable of connecting to GSM/GPRS, WiFi, PSTN Networks with both Voice and Data communication capabilities!</li></li></ul><li>SmartPhone features<br /><ul><li>A dual mode mobile phone
  265. 265. Provides quad band GSM with dual SIM support
  266. 266. Supports Voice over IP (VoIP) calling over WiFi
  267. 267. Can be used as Cordless Phone with CTP (Bluetooth Cordless Telephony Profile) Gateway
  268. 268. Bluetooth Wireless Headset supported to accept calls
  269. 269. Smart data device
  270. 270. Functions as a peripheral device with PC or PDA using its USB/Bluetooth interface
  271. 271. Enables Internet connectivity on PC/Laptop/Pocket PC using WiFi and GPRS</li></li></ul><li>Architecture<br /><ul><li>Processor
  272. 272. PXA255 XScale 200MHZ
  273. 273. Linux kernel ver. 2.6.13
  274. 274. Memory
  275. 275. Flash 16 MB, RAM 16 MB
  276. 276. Stacks
  277. 277. Affix BT stack ver. 3.2.0
  278. 278. SIP stack ver. 2.0
  279. 279. QT ver. 3.3.1</li></ul>Applications<br />Overall Magmt<br />WiFi<br />802.1x<br />VoIP<br />S/W Codec<br />Power Mgmt<br />STUN Client<br />Linux operating system with UDP/TCP/IP VoIP and Bluetooth stack<br />Device drivers<br />WiFi<br />PCMCIA<br />FLASH<br />GSM/GPRS<br />GPIO<br />AC97 Codec<br />Serial/I2C<br />Hardware<br />© Copyright 2010 | Aftek Limited<br />
  280. 280. Technologies used<br /><ul><li>Bluetooth
  281. 281. Confirms with Bluetooth v1.1 (Class II) standard
  282. 282. Chipset: USI module with CSR Bluecore2 chip with built-in HCI stack
  283. 283. Stack: Affix within firmware
  284. 284. Supports profiles: SPP, DUN, HSP, CTP
  285. 285. VoIP
  286. 286. VoIP confirms following standards:
  287. 287. SIP - RFC 3261
  288. 288. SDP - RFC 2327
  289. 289. RTP - RFC 1889
  290. 290. RTP AV Profile - RFC 1890
  291. 291. Codecs supported: G.711a, G.711u, G.723.1, G726 and G.729ab
  292. 292. Call Control features, DTMF generation
  293. 293. Seamless voice connectivity while roaming
  294. 294. GSM
  295. 295. Dual SIM, Quad Band GSM
  296. 296. Conformance with standards for GSM AT command set (07.05 and 07.07)
  297. 297. Provides Call Control features
  298. 298. SMS and Phone Book handling
  299. 299. GPRS: Mobile Station Class B
  300. 300. WiFi
  301. 301. WiFi confirms to IEEE 802.11b standard
  302. 302. Chipset: Philips BGW211 with SPI interface
  303. 303. Supports upto 128 bit WEP for security
  304. 304. Provides 802.1x Authentication
  305. 305. Static IP or DHCP
  306. 306. Automatic or manual selection of hotspot</li></li></ul><li>Aftek contribution<br /><ul><li>Hardware Design
  307. 307. Chipset Selection
  308. 308. Hardware Schematic and Design
  309. 309. PCB Layout Guidelines
  310. 310. Board Bring-up
  311. 311. Services and Applications
  312. 312. OS, Drivers and Stacks
  313. 313. Embedded Linux porting
  314. 314. Drivers – USB, PMU, Flash driver, Device drivers for WiFi-SPI, Bluetooth-HCI, Codec driver, Keyboard, LCD
  315. 315. Stacks – Bluetooth, Protocol stacks for VoIP (SIP, RTP), TCP/IP, PPP
  316. 316. File systems – JFFS2, CRAM-FS
  317. 317. Application
  318. 318. Phone Applications
  319. 319. VoIP Client
  320. 320. Phone Book Client
  321. 321. SMS Client
  322. 322. Power Management
  323. 323. BT, WiFi, VoIP Configuration</li></li></ul><li>Restaurant payment<br /><ul><li>Do online secured payment
  324. 324. Credit card & debit card
  325. 325. Signing facility on touch screen
  326. 326. Integrated with POS
  327. 327. Display item wise bill
  328. 328. Split check by item
  329. 329. Display media content
  330. 330. Play digital ads
  331. 331. Display dish preparation
  332. 332. Fill survey
  333. 333. Entertainment
  334. 334. Play games
  335. 335. Watch weather info
  336. 336. Buy movie tickets &watch trailers</li></ul>© Copyright 2010 | Aftek Limited<br />
  337. 337. Restaurant payment - Application<br /><ul><li>Web application for remote monitoring and upgrade
  338. 338. Integration of flashlite and custom video player
  339. 339. Security modules for payments
  340. 340. Data synchronization between restaurant chains
  341. 341. Integration with mail server
  342. 342. SSL communication on WiFito restaurant server</li></ul>Applications<br />(Ads, specials, surveys, pay at the table, etc)<br />PIN encryption software<br /><ul><li>Transaction security
  343. 343. SSL
  344. 344. WPA2
  345. 345. DUKPT, 3DES
  346. 346. 128 bit RSA</li></ul>GUI Framework<br />Power Management<br />SecurityAlgos &Key Storage<br />Device Drivers<br />Graphics Stack<br />A/V<br />Codecs<br />IVA <br />(DSP)<br />MBX<br />(GFX core)<br />ATMEL<br />
  347. 347. Restaurant payment - BSP<br /><ul><li>BSP development for OMAP processor based platform
  348. 348. Developed drivers for touch pad, magnetic stripe reader, serial printer, LCD driver & Battery interface driver
  349. 349. wifi stack integration for wifi module and Wireless Zero Configuration utility interface
  350. 350. SDIO stack for interfacing with SDIO based wifi module
  351. 351. KITL and CETK support
  352. 352. Eboot and UBL development
  353. 353. Secured communication interface with secure module based on Atmel processor.
  354. 354. Remote image upgradation</li></ul>Applications<br />(Ads, specials, surveys, pay at the table, etc)<br />PIN encryption software<br />GUI Framework<br />Power Management<br />SecurityAlgos &Key Storage<br />Device Drivers<br />Graphics Stack<br />A/V<br />Codecs<br />IVA <br />(DSP)<br />MBX<br />(GFX core)<br />ATMEL<br />
  355. 355. Restaurant payment - Hardware<br /><ul><li>Component selection & review
  356. 356. Schematic design & review
  357. 357. Board layout design, review and suggestions
  358. 358. Design for manufacturability (DFM) suggestions and guidelines
  359. 359. Design for testability (DFT)
  360. 360. Various applicable standards selection for the product
  361. 361. Hardware testing and board bring up
  362. 362. Test report creation and design validation
  363. 363. Test Routine development & testing at interface level </li></ul>Applications<br />(Ads, specials, surveys, pay at the table, etc)<br />PIN encryption software<br />GUI Framework<br />Power Management<br />SecurityAlgos &Key Storage<br />Device Drivers<br />Graphics Stack<br />A/V<br />Codecs<br />IVA <br />(DSP)<br />MBX<br />(GFX core)<br />ATMEL<br />
  364. 364. Restaurant payment - Hardware<br /><ul><li> Pre- compliance testing for FCC at in house lab
  365. 365. Entire UL certification process involvement
  366. 366. Design documentation package for FCC and UL certification
  367. 367. Involvement in FCC testing at FCC lab in USA
  368. 368. Communication and interaction with EMS company for production
  369. 369. Production issue resolution and production sign off involvement
  370. 370. On site presence & involvement for production run, training to production house
  371. 371. Test jig specification development and support to production house on various fronts</li></ul>Applications<br />(Ads, specials, surveys, pay at the table, etc)<br />PIN encryption software<br />GUI Framework<br />Power Management<br />SecurityAlgos &Key Storage<br />Device Drivers<br />Graphics Stack<br />A/V<br />Codecs<br />IVA <br />(DSP)<br />MBX<br />(GFX core)<br />ATMEL<br />
  372. 372. Mobile Cardiac System<br /> Mobile Cardiac is a medical gadget by which ECG data of a patient / person can be sent over GSM/GPRS to a remote location<br /><ul><li>Features
  373. 373. GPRS enabled for remote monitoring
  374. 374. AAA battery powered
  375. 375. LCD display to display patient status, battery status, GSM strength
  376. 376. Navigation switches
  377. 377. SMS alerts
  378. 378. USB connectivity
  379. 379. Challenges
  380. 380. Defibrillation current protection
  381. 381. Usage of super CAP for GSM with AAA batteries
  382. 382. Detection for ECG ‘probe off’
  383. 383. Compact form factor design
  384. 384. ECG and GSM front end design on single PCB</li></li></ul><li>Transportation devices<br /><ul><li>Solution developed for public road transport automation and management
  385. 385. Facilitates electronic ticketing
  386. 386. Centralized repository of ticketing information from various depots
  387. 387. MIS reports
  388. 388. Vigilance option & various ticket types support
  389. 389. Inter road transport corporation smart card support
  390. 390. Smart Card Management
  391. 391. Stamping Security Utility (SSU)
  392. 392. Device Stamping Utility (DSU)</li></li></ul><li>Transportation devices<br /><ul><li>Electronic Ticketing Machines (ETM) supports cashless transactions
  393. 393. To generate tickets electronically
  394. 394. Reduces pilferage and loss of information
  395. 395. The ticket has all the necessary the information like ETM number, date, time, trip number, type, route of traveling, boarding and alighting stage, conductor and driver number, etc.
  396. 396. Smartcard ETM supports cashless transactions
  397. 397. Stage-wise passenger loading information is sent using GSM/GPRS
  398. 398. Cryptographic hash
  399. 399. MD5 key generation, 128 byte smartkey
  400. 400. RSA based 1024 bit digital signature
  401. 401. Public key token algorithm (SHA1, 6 byte unique code)</li></li></ul><li>Transportation devices<br /><ul><li>Real-time tracking (Automatic Vehicle Location) and video footage of on-route buses at control center
  402. 402. Scheduling, routing and dispatching application
  403. 403. Passenger information displays on bus stops
  404. 404. Planning and analysis of historical data
  405. 405. Driver/Operator messaging system
  406. 406. Passenger information web site</li></li></ul><li>Transportation devices<br /><ul><li>Monitoring & GPS tracking of a vehicle, across the globe
  407. 407. On-line bus load, engine parameter status
  408. 408. Real-time bus schedule & Real-time bus routing
  409. 409. On-line messaging facility to bus driver
  410. 410. Emergency alerts to/from bus driver
  411. 411. GSM communication between the vehicle and the control room
  412. 412. Seamlessly integrated on board devices such as Ticket Issuing Machine, LED display, CCTV camera & storage device, PI System, Emergency alerts with inbuilt GPS/GPRS unit</li></li></ul><li>Industrial automation<br /><ul><li>Protocol converters
  413. 413. Robust embedded hardware devices
  414. 414. Designed for use in industrial environment
  415. 415. Supports multiple interfaces like RS232, RS485, Ethernet, USB, GSM/GPRS, data modem etc.
  416. 416. Multiple communication ports allow integrating exceptionally high number of devices
  417. 417. Various industrial automation protocols including Modbus, BACNet, Mbus, SNMP etc.
  418. 418. Extendible to support custom protocols for non-standard devices</li></li></ul><li>Industrial automation<br /><ul><li>Data logging facility available with USB mass storage
  419. 419. Can provide remote monitoring and control over GSM/GPRS
  420. 420. Simple plug and play deployment
  421. 421. Fully configurable, comes with easy to use configuration tool
  422. 422. Completely designed and developed by Aftek, including
  423. 423. Hardware design and development
  424. 424. Porting and tuning of Embedded Linux operating system
  425. 425. Various protocol libraries
  426. 426. Applications and configuration tools</li></li></ul><li>Industrial automation<br /><ul><li>Protocol converters application areas
  427. 427. HVAC systems
  428. 428. Building management systems
  429. 429. Remote monitoring systems
  430. 430. Home automation and security systems
  431. 431. Automated meter reading systems
  432. 432. Data acquisition systems
  433. 433. Data scanning and data logging systems
  434. 434. Tenant billing systems
  435. 435. Assembly line quality control systems
  436. 436. For more information on protocol converter range of solutions, please visit us at
  437. 437. http://apc.aftek.com</li></li></ul><li>THANK YOU!<br />USA<br />INDIA<br />Aftek Limited,<br />50/24 Pralhad Arcade, Bhakti Marg, <br />Off. Law College Rd., Erandwane, <br />Pune 411004, India Phone : 91-20-30240000Fax : 91-20-30240001<br />OPDEX<br />3940 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara,<br />CA 95054, USA<br />Phone : 408-2003133 <br />UK<br />30, Stapleford Road,<br />Reading, Berkshire,<br />RG30 3ED, UK<br />Phone: 44-778-0660-7589<br />© Copyright 2010 | Aftek Limited<br />

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