Modern people are surrounded by electric equipment. According to surveys, the number of devices that are able to connect to the internet by the end of 2012 is going to exceed the number of humanity and by 2016 there going to be 1.4 of these per capita.
The life cycle of the gadgets mainly belonging to the field of entertainment is extremely short due to the rapid development of electric industry. The success of a product entering the market highly depends on the saturation of the market thus the developers and manufacturers are interested in releasing the product as early as possible. While creating a new product, the required time for development and testing is huge, therefore the automatization of these aspects is expedient on the highest possible level.
The electrical devices consist of two main components: hardware and software. Though during the development the global goal is to create the functional product, the way of reaching it leads through several experimental phases. It’s the same at the Conet Ltd., the funder company of my project.
The long term purpose of the firm is to minimize the time of the hardware development by creating a scanning and implanting machine. My future task is going to be the planning and the realization of the device’s electric network, control, etc... In this thesis I’m going to present the hardware- and software level design and startup of one of the device’s subassemblies: the motor controlling panel.