Embedded Software Development

Chudovo is an embedded software development company that helps you develop embedded software solutions for your devices and also facilitates embedded software outsourcing.

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Industries That Can Benefit from Embedded Software Development Services

Embedded software can enhance diagnostics, patient monitoring and care, and patient therapy, and in the healthcare industry. This can be achieved through a variety of embedded services integrated with medical devices and systems. For instance, embedded software can be used in medical devices such as implantable intra-aortic balloon pumps, pacemakers, insulin pumps, defibrillators, fetal heart monitoring equipment, and diagnostic equipment. These devices enable timely interventions and informed decision-making. Embedded software is also extensively used in medical imaging systems, such as MRI machines, CT scanners, and ultrasound devices. Embedded software also comes in handy in drug delivery systems, such as infusion pumps, insulin pumps, and wearable medical devices for continuous monitoring of patient's health metrics.
Consumer Electronics
Embedded software is what ensures proper functionality and seamless user experience in consumer electronics such as smart TVs, gaming consoles, laptops, fitness trackers, digital cameras, and portable audio players. Smart home devices such as smart locks, thermostats, and speakers rely on embedded software for sensor data processing, integration with virtual assistants, and communication using protocols such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee. Gaming consoles also utilize embedded software for rendering graphics, processing user input, and running gaming applications. Additionally, various home appliances such as microwave ovens, refrigerators, washing machines, and ovens incorporate embedded software to control operation modes, implement smart features, and manage energy consumption.
Automotive Industry
Most modern vehicles come with an Engine Control Unit (ECU) whose main function is to ensure the internal combustion engine in the vehicle is always working optimally. Embedded software is at the core of ECUs and is what controls fuel injection, ignition timing, performance, efficiency, and emissions control. Embedded software is also what powers infotainment systems on vehicle dashboards. These systems come with features such as GPS navigation, multimedia playback, Bluetooth connectivity, and smartphone integration. All these features are made possible by embedded software also used in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) meant to enhance vehicle safety. Telematic solutions for remote vehicle monitoring, diagnostics, vehicle location tracking, emergency assistance and remote vehicle unlocking utilize embedded software.
Industrial Applications
Embedded software powers automation in industries and is used to enhance operational efficiency and enable smart manufacturing processes. For instance, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) which are computers adapted for controlling manufacturing processes rely on embedded software to monitor inputs from sensors, process logic, and control outputs to machinery. Embedded systems also provide human operators with a visual interface from which they can monitor and control industrial processes. Industrial safety systems also rely on embedded software for leakage detection, fire suppression, and rapid response to threats.
Embedded software is used in the aerospace industry to ensure the safety, reliability, and proper functioning of aircraft. Embedded software is used in flight control systems to receive input from sensors, avionics systems, and pilot controls. They then process these inputs and determine appropriate control commands to maintain stable flying. Embedded software is also used in avionics systems for navigation, communication, surveillance, and cockpit display. Additionally, aircraft engines use embedded software for engine operation, monitoring of engine health and performance parameters, and implementation of safety protocols. Key flight management functionalities such as flight planning, navigation, and automation of various flight phases are all made possible through embedded software.
The telecommunications industry relies heavily on embedded software to operate networking devices communication systems and other infrastructure components. Embedded software is used in networking devices such as routers, switches, and modems to control the devices and facilitate routing, efficient data transmission, and management of network traffic. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems also use embedded software for voice and video communication over IP networks. Additionally, embedded systems are used in base stations and towers, billing systems, subscriber management platforms, and in implementing security features such as firewalls, intrusion prevention and detection systems, encryption, and authentication mechanisms to prevent attacks.

Embedded Systems Our Teams Have Delivered

Embedded Product Development Tech Stack

Programming Languages
  • C
  • C++
  • Python
Communication Technologies
  • Bluetooth (Classic, Low Energy)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi
  • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
  • I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit)
  • CAN (Controller Area Network)
  • Ethernet
Hardware Platforms
  • Microcontrollers (MCUs)
  • Single Board Computers (SBCs) like Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi Zero W, BeagleBone, Nvidia jetson, Google Coral
  • System-on-chip (SoC) devices
  • Field-programmable gate Arrays (FPGAs)
  • Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs)
  • Digital Signal Processors (DSPs)
Digital Signal Processors (DSPs)
  • Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
  • FreeRTOS
  • Linux (embedded distributions like Yocto, and Buildroot)
  • Android for mobile/embedded devices
  • Zephyr
  • NuttX
  • Embedded Configurable Operating System (eCos)


What is embedded software and how does it work? Answer
Embedded software is software created to control machines or devices that are not considered typical computers—for example, consumer electronics, sensors, microcontrollers, medical devices, and industrial machinery. These devices and machines are usually referred to as embedded systems. Embedded software works by controlling the behavior of embedded systems, managing hardware resources, and handling communications with external devices. Therefore, embedded software development simply means creating software to control embedded systems.
What is the difference between embedded software and firmware? Answer
Firmware is a type of embedded software that provides machine-level instructions to a device’s hardware. The firmware provides low-level instructions that allow hardware components to function correctly. The firmware provides instructions to hardware components for initializing the system, basic input, and output, and communicating with other devices. Embedded software is a broader term encompassing software that runs on embedded systems. Firmware is considered part of embedded software.
Do you offer embedded software testing? Answer
Yes. It is crucial to test embedded software solutions to verify and validate their behavior. Chudovo provides a variety of embedded software testing services to ensure reliability and high performance. Chudovo offers unit testing to verify that each unit is behaving as expected, integration testing to ensure the various components work well together, and system testing to evaluate the overall performance of the embedded system. Depending on the unique requirements and functionality of the embedded system, Chudovo also offers additional testing such as acceptance testing, regression testing, performance testing, usability testing, and security testing.
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