At AeVee Labs, customer satisfactions is our highest priority. Repeat customers form the core of any service business and we strive to deliver reliable products on time. We consistently meet our goals, even when we are brought a project that is in trouble. Read highlights of a few of the projects we have done for our customers.
Defibtech manufactures Automated External Defibrillators. These award-winning AEDs are used to administer an electric shock to a person who is having a cardiac arrest and are designed to allow non-medical personnel to save lives. AeVee Laboroatories managed a team of defibtech software engineers through a design and FDA approved documentation process for a groundbreaking new AED. AeVee Labs also provided DSP and software support and…
AeVee Labs has been working with Bricasti Designs on their entire product line since the company was founded. Bricasti Designs manufactures the M7 Reverb, which utilizes a stunning array of the latest DSP processors to provide a platform for the long overdue next step in reverb processing algorithms. A separate fully differential analog section provides the finest analog specifications of any product of it’s kind….
iZotope develops advanced audio processing software. When they saw a market for reliable, high-performance hardware running their algorithms they contacted AeVee Labs and the result was the award winning ANR-B automatic noise reduction system. This system features multiple floating point DSPs, AES/EBU digital I/O, AES11 clocking, and fully balanced state of the art analog audio. “AeVee Labs helped us develop and release our first professional…
AUTOTETHER™ is a revolutionary new wireless lanyard that connects directly to the engine kill switch to protect the boat operator and up to 3 passengers while allowing unrestricted movement about the boat. This is a high volume consumer design. AeVee Laboratories designed the rock-solid 2.4GHz wireless hardware and PCB antenna to operate in a rugged environment. AeVee also designed and coded a software algorithm that…