Embedded Systems Jobs

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  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I am the owner of a small online consulting business and I am looking for an Arduino/Raspberry Pi/Embedded Systems Developer. I am doing consulting projects for clients using these platforms, and I am looking for somebody to take on some of these projects. You will be in charge of: - dealing with the clients and defining the precise specifications of the project - delivering a prototype (software and a precise description of the hardware) of the project based on the ...
  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    We are looking at for someone to build the required code to execute the following function on a Cortex M3 with RN-XV WiFly Module (Roving Network RN-171)(could be substituted for Texas Instrument CC3000 if needed). The module should have the following behavior: Upon initial boot: operate in AP mode on a pre-defined SSID with a a local webserver on a fix IP. Webserver will receive a connection from a browser to input the AP. mode (open/wep/wpa) and ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $3,000.00 Posted
    Design board and electronics system for a kiosk that charges lithium ion battery packs for mobile phones. Also assist in component selection, including power supply, surface contact charging connectors, and led lights. Create gerber files, bom, for manufacturing and assembly. 30 locks, 30 lights, and 30 charging ports, give suggestion for amount of charging to the pack (1 amp or 2) The pcb should connect via usb serial port to an android tablet. Need to be able to develop system ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $2,750.00 Posted
    Project Thresholds: This project shall result in an embedded database, API and documentation for a very small, capable and portable database written in C. This project shall be functional and useful on low-end 8, 16 and 32-bit microcontrollers from PIC to ARM. This project shall be device agnostic. Databases created shall be accessible by any device to which the code is compiled. This project shall utilize a common API across all devices. This project shall not rely on any operating ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $10.00 Posted
    Hi all, I'm working on an idea for a startup and would like to do some customer discovery and validation before I commit more time, money, and energy to it. I figured I'd look on here and see if anyone out there would be willing to offer honest insight about the problem we're solving in exchange for some cash. About our idea: We are building an "Elance for Hardware Projects." It's an online community and repository ...
  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    Well versed embedded Linux expert. We are looking for a well versed embedded Linux expert to act as a subject matter expert in a proof of concept study. The study is to evaluate the feasibility of moving from a 2 processor architecture, i.mx28 running linux and atmel2560 managing stepper motor driver, to only running the i.mx28. The first part of the project is more architecture oriented where are writeup is needed with the pros and cons of the ...
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $200.00 Posted
    The end result I'm looking for is a well-crafted Makefile that will properly compile and link a demonstration project for the STM32F072 ARM microcontroller using the GNU toolchain. I wish to start a project using the STM32F072RB microcontroller from ST. I am using the 32F072B-Discovery board for initial work: http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/FM116/SC959/SS1532/PF259724?icmp=stm32f072-discovery_pron_pr_jan2014&sc=stm32f072discovery-pr ST provides example code and drivers in the CubeF0 package: http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF260612 Inside this CubeF0 package is the entire source code for the example code that comes pre-loaded on the board, located in the CubeF0 package in the directory: STM32Cube_FW_F0_V1.1.0/Projects/STM32F072B-Discovery/Demonstrations/ I want to be able to compile this project using an open source GNU toolchain. The demonstration code is setup to be used in one of three professional (paid) development environments. I want to be free. While I expect the best starting point for a toolchain is the GCC Arm embedded suite https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded I am flexible on this; any specific GNU toolchain for ARM that will work for this project and this chip is ...
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