Critical systems, such as embedded systems, are becoming increasingly complex, connected and efficient. They are equipped with advanced technologies such as AI or edge computing to elaborate their own diagnosis. The necessary know-how to develop and master all these embedded hardware and software systems as well as remote middleware and communication means is now available.
It is thus possible to ensure both a minimal response time and the accuracy of the information transmitted by a complex sensor, while optimizing energy consumption, physical and thermal resistance, volumetry, external accessibility, security, maintenance, reliability, accuracy and availability.
These new capabilities of critical systems benefit a wide range of fields, from air traffic control to automatic piloting of high-speed trains, from nuclear power plant supervision to trading rooms.
Operating such systems is made possible by the simultaneous development of tools capable of simulating their production, operation, use or wear and tear before or after development, of testing and validating them, of supervising them in nominal or disturbed operation, and of analyzing their results precisely and rapidly.
On-board aeronautical systems, communicating systems for defense or automotive, strict, flexible or constrained real time, multithreading, hard/soft integration, middleware, connected and intelligent objects, ticketing and multimedia: Astek intervenes in electronics and low layer software to design and build embedded and/or critical systems.
Command and control centers, network or sensor supervision, air traffic management, rail or highway signalling: Astek produces complex supervision systems for defense, aeronautics or network operators, involving numerous safety constraints and diagnostic tools.
E-commerce, banking transactions, mobility, connected objects, intelligent or autonomous systems…: astek, which is iso 27001 certified, guarantees good practices in terms of IT security, military cyber-defense and security of goods and people, offering companies “secure by design” combined with a “no trust policy”.
HMI & visualization
Computer graphics, mock-ups, study, training, learning or crisis reaction simulators, Computer Aided Design, 3D printing or computer graphics, virtual or augmented reality, data visualization, “real-time” 3D rendering, sensory immersion: Astek has mastered innovations in man-machine interfaces, reporting and visualization