From the device concept to a functional POC on i.MX 6
In the early stage of this project, Witekio proposed the development of a complete proof of concept solution, based on Cerevast technical expectations in regard to embedded platform and high level requirements. Initially, the handheld device was supposed to run Android on an ARM™ Core based tablet. Our proficient expertise of embedded technologies coupled with our in-depth knowledges of the medical market requirements, allowed us to recommend Cerevast to use a NXP i.MX 6 processor based handheld running Linux instead of Android. To meet the need for a reliable and efficient System on Module based i.MX 6 processor, Witekio recommended Cerevast to connect with Boundary Devices and to use the i.MX 6 Nitrogen6X as the preferred platform for the handheld device.
After a brief period of system consulting and an in-depth technical understanding of Cerevast requirements, Witekio launched the development of a complete Nitrogen6X board set up associated with a Linux image meeting the technical needs of Cerevast. Witekio went an extra step in this board bring up by developing a Qt application which looked like the concept screenshot that Cerevast shared with Witekio. As a result Witekio proposed a reliable, functional and Bluetooth enabled application.