FAQ

Q.1 What are the items covered under ESDM sector?

Electronics System Design & Manufacturing sector covers electronic hardware products relating to IT and office automation, telecom, consumer electronics, etc., It also includes avionics, solar photovoltaic, strategic electronics, nano electronics, medical electronics, space & defence related items, design related activities like product design, chip designing, VLSI-ASIC/FPGA, board design, PCB design, embedded systems etc.

Q.2 What do I gain by ordering the development of an electronic product with INXEE?
  • Confidentiality of information
  • Complementing the customer's competence with our highly specialized services
  • Transparent development process and weekly reporting
  • Compliance with project deadlines stipulated in the Design Assignment
  • Launching the finished product into production and preparing it for certification
  • Proven risk management practices
  • Technical support for the developed device at all stages of the product's life cycle
  • Flexible business models for cooperation and seamless integration into the customer’s workforce
Q.3 Who reserves the rights to the intellectual property created in the process of development?
We are in tandem with our customers throughout the development cycle of the project. Here are some of the main patterns :
  • The customer pays for the entire project and receives all the rights for the result of the development (source codes, project files and design documentation).
  • Divided intellectual rights for the product.
  • INXEE systems becomes a co-owner of the project and receives royalties on product sales or license payments.
Q.4 Who are potential customers for turn-key development projects?
  • Manufacturers which want to create their own product to diversify their business by manufacturing electronics and exploring new markets and to protect themselves from the risks and increase the share of intellectual property for their products.
  • New companies and business startups which plan to manufacture a prototype for demonstration to the investor or for the execution of a contract.
  • Industry organizations, suppliers of design documentation as well as small- and medium-batch products (design, research and development), which want to obtain design documentation and workable prototypes within a fixed budget
  • Manufacturers of final equipment and specialized devices, which expand their product range or replace outdated / imported units
  • Product and technology companies which wish to diversify their business
Q.5 What is the result of an electronic device development?
  • Full design documentation for manufacturing the product
  • Softwares source codes
  • Workable enclosure prototypes
  • Recommendations for launching into batch production
  • Opportunities for further technical support