In a world where the need for electronic products is constantly rising, scaling engineering teams to meet design demands is turning into a great challenge. Years ago, industries like software development and semiconductor design faced similar issues. They found automation of engineering processes not only to be a solution for increasing work efficiency but also unlock design possibilities that were previously not available. As a result, the past decade has seen ‘software eat the world’ as a new generation of development tools made writing code faster and easier than ever before.
Celus is leveraging the knowledge of abstraction layers and automated processes from these other industries and applying it to the use-case of hardware development on PCB level, coupled with large amounts of data and machine learning models.
By using Celus’ software, engineers can complete tasks in minutes that would otherwise take weeks. They can turn intuitive plans, which describe the functionality and requirements of the board, into complex printed circuit board designs at a speed that has huge implications for the future of the electronics industry at a time when we rely on smart electronic devices more than ever.