We help companies build sensor-based wearable products

Sensor, Power Management, Wireless, and Medical Device Expertise

Entrust your wearable technology product design to Voler’s expert low-power design team. Our experts combine decades of electronic design experience on hundreds of projects across a wide spectrum of sensors, power, and wireless communication.

Sensor-Based Wearable Device

We are sensor experts and have developed many wearable technology products and medical devices by managing the design trade-offs between size, power, and cost. We select the best wireless standard for your application (see our Guide to Wireless Standards).

Ultra Low-Power Design

We develop ultra low-power designs with sensor devices and wireless design for our wearable technology products. This includes embedded software to collect data, monitor the status of the sensor devices, and over-the-air updates to the sensor devices. We support application-level system management and analytics software on gateways or in the cloud.

Medical Device Experts

Voler’s expert medical device team has decades of low-power design experience on hundreds of projects across a wide spectrum of medical devices including human use devices.

Flexible Engagement Models

Our team can take on complete responsibility for all aspects of development, or we can share the responsibility with your in-house team.

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“Always offered honest advice”

 

“Your project communication and advice is very much appreciated and valued. Your openness and candor are the primary reasons we will use Voler Systems again for electronic design and sensor interfaces. From the very beginning of our partnership, you have always offered honest advice to ensure the best solution for our needs, whether it was through you or one of your resources.” – Micah Bongberg, CEO Annuvia

 

 

 

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