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ByteSnap’s January Food Bank Donation

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ByteSnap Design’s January Food Bank Donation To mark ByteSnap’s 14th Anniversary, we purchased pre-made food donation parcels from Morrisons, for their food bank collection. January Food Bank Donations January is a difficult month for food donations as people have spent their cash during the festive period, leaving food banks struggling to help those in need. […]

ByteSnap’s Electronics Industry Predictions 2022


ByteSnap’s 2022 Predictions for the Embedded Electronics Industry ByteSnap Design’s award-winning engineers have expertise ranging from electronics design through to embedded Linux development, and have been contemplating the year ahead. Here are their predictions of trends that are most likely to dominate the embedded electronics industry in 2022… 1. Chip shortages are likely to ease […]

ByteSnap’s 2021 highlights


ByteSnap’s 2021 highlights – a review of the year With the mince pies at the ready and the new year fast approaching, let’s take a quick look back over ByteSnap’s 2021 Highlights… March ByteSnap took part in Embedded World Digital, alongside our new EV charging division Versinetic. Here, we showcased ByteSnap’s collaboration with Digi International […]

ByteSnap’s New EV Charging Products at CENEX-LCV 2020

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ByteSnap to Launch New EV Charger Offerings Registration is now open so get ready to visit ByteSnap Design at the CENEX-LCV 2020 virtual show, where we will display our latest EV charge point hardware, software and consultancy solutions. Preview ByteSnap’s stand ByteSnap are excited to be part of this year’s biggest EV industry UK event […]

Debian vs Yocto for Embedded Systems

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Debian vs Yocto for Embedded Systems Debian and Yocto are two different approaches to providing a GNU/Linux operating system on embedded systems. In this article, we give you an overview of each, and then examine the comparative strengths and weaknesses of both approaches. Introduction to Debian Debian was first released as a Linux distribution by […]

The Cost to Design & Develop a New Electronic Product

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Design & Development Pricing: How Much a New Electronic Design Project Costs Before commissioning a new product development, it’s important that you establish a number of key project development essentials: At ByteSnap, we engage in projects from a wide variety of markets and a wide variety of technical complexities. Every project is bespoke, so the […]

ByteSnap Participates In 1st Ever Remote OCPP 1.6 PlugFest

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ByteSnap’s engineering flexibility pays off at 1st ever remote OCPP 1.6 PlugFest OCPP 1.6 PlugFest is a testing symposium organised by the Open Charge Alliance (OCA). This is where different companies who’ve built their own OCPP clients or servers – which correspond to charge points or central systems respectively – can test against each other […]

QNX RTOS used to Ensure Highly Reliable V2G Charge Posts

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ByteSnap choses QNX RTOS to ensure high-reliability in V2G charge post project ByteSnap Design selected Blackberry’s QNX Neutrino RTOS [1] components – supplied by Direct Insight [2] – as part of its new vehicle charging system. This is the UK’s first integrated vehicle-to-grid system for charging electric cars. QNX RTOS & VIGIL project: The new […]

Applications Processors Head-to-Head: STM32MP1 vs I.MX7ULP

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A comparison of STM32MP1 vs I.MX7ULP The STM32MP1 and I.MX7ULP chip series are manufactured by STMicro and NXP respectively. They both offer a combination of low-power and high-performance with full support for high-performance operating systems. This article will be looking at some of the differences between the two, and also highlighting best fits for various […]

VIGIL V2G Project Successfully Completed

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VIGIL: UK’s First Comprehensive Communication and Control Platformfor V2G Systems and Electrical Networks Management The collaborative research project VIGIL (‘VehIcle to Grid Intelligent controL’) has successfully met its aim of building and trialling an off-vehicle communication and control platform. Further, this platform will encourage DNOs, building owners and EV/EV infrastructure owners to adopt V2G (vehicle-to-grid) […]