About us


  • Educational Background: Master of Engineering in Information & Computer Engineering from the University of Cambridge.
  • Professional Experience: Accumulated over four years of product development experience in consumer tech, industrial and medical sector, delivering solutions to Fortune 500 companies.
  • Certifications: Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and a certified IPC CID.


  • PCBA Design: Expertise in creating embedded PCBA, from concept proofing to mass production, utilizing Altium and KiCad.
  • Firmware Development: Proficient in crafting firmware, working with RTOS and writing drivers for embedded systems using C and C++, tailored for platforms like STM, Nordic, and ESP.
  • Algorithm Development: Have a track record of developing algorithms for signal processing, computer vision, and machine learning, utilizing Python and MATLAB.

Collaborations and Contributions

  • Partnerships: Collaborating with industry leaders like JLCPCB, SeeedStudio, and Espressif.
  • Community Engagement: An active participant in the tech community on Hackaday, Hackster, and Reddit.
  • Commercialisation: Offering of two completed designs on the Tindie store.
  • Crowdfunding Success: Successfully launched a product through a Crowdsupply campaign - available on Mouser.

Our work (so far) ūüėä

  • Tracer: An ESP32-based Inertial Measurement Unit tracker for motion and orientation tracking, suitable for a variety of applications like sports equipment and bicycle tracking. Features data streaming to smartphones or computers. Available on Tindie.
  • Spark Analyzer: ESP32-powered device for USB Type-C Power Delivery development and debugging. Offers wireless control through Wi-Fi and BLE and integrates seamlessly with UCPD-compatible power sources‚Äč. Live on Crowdsupply.

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