We continue to acquaint you with the members of our team. Let us introduce Alexey B., firmware developer, software engineer. Programming experience: C, C++. Version control tools: git, svn. Networking: TCP/IP, RTP, UDP, WiFi, Bluetooth Low Energy. Real time OS experience: FreeRTOS. Other skills: Embedded Systems, Java, Android, Matlab, OpenCV. IAR for ARM, CrossCore Embedded Studio, AtmelStudio, Android Studio, IAR for 8051; UART, Bluetooth Low Energy; WiFi, I2C, UART, VoSPI; AtmelStudio, MPLAB-X IDE; External 24-bit precision ADC (TI ADS1240), I2C, SPI.
Main tasks that Alexey is performing in various projects: embedded systems development, firmware development, device drivers’ development.
Alexey participated as developer in the following projects, few are given below:
Load weighing device for elevators. CPU: Atmega16, PIC16F886. Firmware development for bridge weight sensor and external high precision ADC-based controller. Schematic and PCB design.
Night vision attachment for optical sights. CPU: Analog Devices Blackfin, Texas Instruments CC, Atmel AT. Firmware development for a night vision attachment for optical sights. Peripheral drivers support (I2C, I2S, QSPI). Displaying video on LCD. Streaming video and audio over RTP. Device control via specific TCP-based protocol (over WiFi). GUI implementation.
Low-cost night vision device. CPU: Analog Devices Blackfin, Texas Instruments CC, Atmel AT. Firmware development for a series of low-cost night vision devices. Peripheral drivers support (I2C, I2S). Displaying video on LCD. Capturing sound from TLV320ADC3101 audio ADC. Streaming video and audio over RTP. Device control via specific TCP-based protocol (over WiFi). GUI implementation.
Laser rangefinder, data transmission over BLE. CPU: Texas Instruments CC. Firmware development for transmission data from laser rangefinder over Bluetooth Low Energy; Android firmware development for receiving and processing data from rangefinder;
ThirdEye, thermal imaging system. CPU: Texas Instruments CC, ST microelectronics STM. Firmware development for transmission video and data from sensor (Flir Lepton) over WiFi (specific TCP-based protocol); Android firmware development for receiving and thermal imager video processing (OpenCV); Obtaining thermal curves for Flir Lepton using Matlab.