Success stories

Life-changing products

What if an encoding and encryption streaming service could enable your team to share hyper- sensitive information remotely, without worrying about a security breach?

Or if you could wirelessly switch off the heater in your apartment after you’ve already left for work?

Or cook sous vide without any bulky contraptions, just a tiny RF sensor that you just thrown in with the meat to monitor the temperature?

Work with us, and anything’s possible. Computime’s creative engineering approach solves problems and improve lives with state-of-the-art technology and easy-to-use features.

The Pinnacle of creative engineering

Police forces around Europe face a complicated challenge.  Constantly on the go, their teams required body-worn video cameras that promised extended operating time and carefree seamless uploading of footage to their evidence management system while providing rapid start-up speeds, and secure control over the video footage from the camera all the way to the server to protect the evidentiary trail and integrity.,

The current models on the market weren’t up to the task, so Computime engineered a next-generation camera that would tick all the boxes. After substantial R&D, our engineering and design team working closely with the customer developed the Pinnacle Response PR6 camera. This police-ready video camera is completely wireless, enabling users to drop their camera in the charger at the police station without worrying about connecting wires.

It also offers encoding and encryption to upload sensitive footage securely, prevent editing or deletion and protect the integrity of data. To speed up the process, our engineers built a multi-channel smart queuing system that uploads footage quickly, as well as a smart docking system that’s automatically triggered when the camera is inserted into its base station.

Another key feature is the advanced embedded system. The Pinnacle Response camera spends most of the day in standby mode to save power. But as soon as it’s switched on, its springs to life in just 1.7 seconds – an industry-leading speed.

By working closely with the customer, listening to their concerns, examining the current market and applying our own original ideas, Computime developed one of the most advanced video cameras on the market.

A dial above the rest

Over a decade ago, Computime debuted its SALUS smart energy device – the smart thermostat enables users to remotely control heat in their home through a touchscreen.

A major development in the smart home industry, the technology was quickly embraced by international brands, including a leading European gas utility.

As part of a transition from a traditional utility company into a “smart home, smart energy” company, the gas utility asked Computime for its expertise in heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) fields.

But, the requirements posed a new set of challenges. The company requested a special interface using a dial instead of a touchscreen, for use by the elderly. This posed a technical challenge, but Computime proposed a solution. Our designers developed a sophisticated solution, adding a dial without affecting the display or escalating costs.

The result? This smart thermostat features a floating dial that enables customers to control and set the temperature of the home’s boiler with a simple twist. Even better, the thermostat can survive for 27.6 months without changing the battery – one of the longest-lasting lifespans in the industry for a colour thermostat.

Thanks to Computime’s problem-solving abilities and intelligent design, the thermostat has been an affordable, intuitive and eco-friendly addition to hundreds of thousands of European homes

Fast and reliable

When one of Japan’s largest manufacturers needed a new gateway product developed supporting newly released protocols that they had no experience in working with who could they turn to? Computime’s engineering team tapped into an extensive library of existing circuit and software modules to complete the bulk of the design work in under two weeks. The rest of the scheduled time was used to validate and modify the design to meet customer and market requirements. Our team was able to complete the project and fulfill external testing requirements in less than half the time than the customer’s in-house schedule.

Then we were faced with a modified requirement: to pass penetration testing carried out by external consultants armed with the our source code. Computime’s LINUX specialists ensured that the launch date wasn’t affected, and that our library and other projects benefitted.