Collaborative Representation of all Associated Disciplines in an Integrated Process throughout the Development Cycle ensures an Optimal Solution

A core team of engineers, industrial and UX designers collaborates with project-specific specialists in core disciplines to meet the unique needs of individual projects. A user-centric focus ensures that the entire use case is considered throughout development, including risk management and Design for X (DfX – manufacture, assembly, maintenance, service, end of life, etc.). Development of study models and prototypes is encouraged early and often, including user evaluations in the BH usability test suites. Iterative testing informs the balance between ease of use and use-safety and ensures the design direction remains relevant and optimized.

BH advocates conceptual systems engineering during the planning and conceptual design phases to enhance the design vision and overall project mission. Early involvement enables the engineering team to map out appropriately feasible system architectures that ensure the evolving industrial design is robust and realistic. Options and trade-offs are established up-front to optimize relevant design objectives and then thoroughly scrutinized via a user-preference study to quantify the cost vs. value proposition. From this effort, subsequent engineering tasks can be conducted with high confidence that design iteration and project cost will be minimized to support rapid time-to-market lead times.

  • Systems Design
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Micro-controller Design
  • PID & Motor Control
  • Power Circuit Design
  • PCB Design
  • Embedded Firmware Design
  • Electrical Compliance Engineering
  • Design for X
  • Prototyping
  • Project Management/DHF