|A Graphical User Interface coupled with data processing and analysis programs is a must in most systems for optimal control and ease of use. Our application software developers closely work with our clients in order to deliver solutions that meet their expectations.
Portability and optimization are key inputs to all software development phases. Our Object Oriented design using a 'C' based implementation maximizes performance on, and portability across, multiple processor platforms. Software abstraction layers isolate Xstream Flow's software product development offerings to ease our clients' deployment across the many processors, interfaces and drivers required in today's complex systems.
With software development input at the system concept phase, the correct set of real-time tradeoffs between the underlying hardware and software requirements may be chosen. Such system understanding allows intelligent development of software drivers and API's that minimize the product's power consumption and memory.
A hardware centric software design approach generally yields lower MIPS and memory requirements. On the other hand, hardware may be extended in the field by using software 'work-arounds'.
At Xstream Flow, our solutions are tailored to the overall system by selecting the optimum partitioning of a product function, according to our clients' requirements. In order to reduce risk, critical functions may be implemented and verified in software prior to implementation in hardware. Our policy is upfront design and incremental implementation.
- Windows Application Development (MFC)
- Mobile Application Development (J2ME Windows PocketPC)
- Platform Independent Development (Qt)
- Database Development (SQL)
- Web Application Development (ASP.Net)