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Onchip Embedded is an operating group within the OnChip Technologies India Pvt. Ltd. umbrella of companies.. Our core expertise in building embedded software products that meet and often exceed your expectations. Founded in 2007, headquartered in Hyderabad, India, with operations in the United States, Onchip Embedded takes pride as one of the leading embedded products and service provider in the world.

We couple our passion with an expertise in embedding intelligence when appropriate into every device built by us. Programmer friendly source code, easy to understand technical documentation, quick start examples, royalty-free license terms; are deliverable attributes that make us an exceptional embedded partner.

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Onchip's East Coast partner in Knoxville, TN.

August 6, 2017

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Onchip Technologies opens new larger headquarters in Hyderabad.


July 28, 2017

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Onchip Embedded adds 3D CAD service.

June 19, 2017

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Consulting Best Practices

Consulting as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary “the action of seeking information or advice from someone with expertise in a particular area.” In the Embedded Engineering industry, consulting extends beyond information to the actual delivery of customized solutions.

Best Practice Concepts Five best practice concepts to consider:

Know the Gap: The first key to consulting is taking the time to identify and confirm the gap between your needs and our available services. Uncovering and documenting the gap reduces surprises and the value of the solution we provide is clearly stated and understood.

Clarifying Success: Clearly define the targeted outcome and process for achieving it.

Understanding YOUR Business: We insure we build the context for you as a customer, including your target industry. This extends to you as well as your customers culture/norms.

Focusing on Value and Results: Even if the you have an incomplete idea of your project needs, we will always focus on where we can provide maximum value and never lose sight of the execution required for success.

Being Consistent but Flexible: Often, things change mid-engagement, so we insure through constant communication that we are maintaining focus but always insure work match your required changes in the scope when necessary

Concurrent Engineering drives Consulting!

Concurrent engineering (British English: simultaneous engineering) is a workflow that, instead of working sequentially through stages, carries out a number of tasks in parallel.

For example: starting tool design as soon as the detailed design has started, and before the detailed designs of the product are finished; or starting on detail design solid models before the concept design surfaces models are complete. This does not necessarily reduce the amount of manpower required for a project, as more changes are required due to the incomplete and changing information,

It does drastically reduce lead times and thus time to market. And this is a core driving principle is often best realized through engaging embedded engineering teams to supplement in house resources.

Feature-based CAD systems allow for the manufacturing engineer to start work on tooling before the final design freeze; when a design changes size or shape the tool geometry will then update.

Concurrent engineering also has the added benefit of providing better and more immediate communication between departments, reducing the chance of costly, late design changes. It adopts a problem prevention method as compared to the problem solving and re-designing method of traditional sequential engineering.

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