– some examples of how we have helped our clients
unu – KDAB automotive-grade software expertise powers connected scooter
unu wanted their next scooter to be fully connected. The founders knew that they weren’t experts in all domains and would need help in some key areas. In order to design and develop their next scooter with a fully digital experience, they reached out to KDAB.
“They were able to get onboard extremely fast and provide us with working prototypes almost from day zero. That was also very helpful during development when we had to scale our resource demands by adding KDAB engineers, who were productive within a day or two.” says Guilherme Müller, unu’s director of embedded engineering.
User-friendly interfaces make complex farm machinery easier to use. Smart farming is an important development in the agricultural industry that emphasizes the use of technology.
CCI had an existing product that was difficult to adapt to new requirements and difficult to use. “We had to take into account special requirements for the agricultural business and decided to use qualified support for the framework in particular,” explains Frank Meyering, Managing Director of CCI. “We therefore turned to KDAB.”
KDAB designers and developers team up to help construction giant innovate.
Tipper trucks (or dump trucks) provide critical assistance to industries as varied as building and road construction, mining, and recycling and waste management. In fact, more than 95% of all worldwide professional construction companies have at least one in their fleet. But even an industry that’s over 160 years old faces the same challenges to improve and perform like any other.
KDAB helped Kurth upgrade the software for their powerful all-in-one tester, the KE3700 Multitester, so that it can work with all common types of broadband services, protocols, and transports. Kurth Electronics now has a solid software foundation for their Multitester product line. Enabled by improvements from KDAB, Kurth can continue to stay ahead of their competition and make technicians more productive.