Assembly language and C are suitable for low-level programming in order to develop drivers for sensors, control systems for microprocessors or other hardware components such as displays and servos. These drivers require high performance on the one hand and little memory on the other.
Unlike higher-level programming languages that follow syntactic rules and are similar to human languages, low-level languages provide a real challenge for developers, but result in compact and extremely performant code. This is also necessary in order to address sensors and control elements in fractions of a second. We have already developed control software for joysticks, different sensors, display elements and much more for our customers.
Our developers not only build bridges between machines and their users, but also between the machines themselves. For that purpose, the driver software needs to be kept as lean as possible.
Especially when it comes to writing programs for hardware, a nimble touch in selecting the right language can be as important as the programming logic. A short, uncomplicated code is essential here.
Our experienced team sticks to the essentials. You tell us the hardware specifications and the task required, we optimize your plan with maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
Maximizing hardware potential
For low-level programming, the technology used is matched to the tools needed. This means, for example, that a sensor tied to an Android phone via I2C must be addressable with the resources available on the platform. In this case, that would be a combination of Java for the user interface and C for the actual communication with the sensor.
Depending on the task, our programmers use the following languages:
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