MEV can deliver complete system solutions, integrating card racks and standard enclosures, off the shelf and custom hardware, standard or embedded real time operating systems and bespoke application software.
We can also work closely with your own design team to design and integrate hardware, IP or software modules into your own design. For example we regularly provide the PCI or PCIe interface and driver(s), working closely with the customer to enable them to integrate their own custom logic with the interface.
We are also happy just to supply consultancy on a time and materials basis.
The staff at MEV have years of experience writing software and creating custom electronics for both very low-volume and one-off applications and higher volume industrial products.
MEV take pride in high quality and good service. This has led to great customer retention, customers have stayed with us from the very beginning and many customers have been with us over 15 years.
MEV have operated a ISO 9000 compatible quality system since 1994 which has been independently audited on a number of occasions by
MEV is a JOSCAR approved supplier to the Defence Industry
MEV was formed in November 1993 by Graham, David and Helen, we have grown from there to 8 permanent staff and group of regular associates.
We very quickly won contracts to in the nuclear sector designing systems for aiding in decommissioning nuclear installations, such as the Gamma Spectra Synthesis system and in the Industrial Sector designing Energy Management Systems.
As the demand rose for converting industrial ISA cards to the PCI bus standard we became partners with Broadcom and have continued in this to the present day now working closely with Altera using the new low-cost Cyclone IV GX devices to convert PCI to PCIe. We have been writing and maintaining Windows drivers since 2000 and have been Microsoft Silver partners specialising in OEM driver development since 2008.
We have been writing and maintaining Linux Drivers since 2001 and Ian Abbott helps maintain the Comedi Linux control and measurement device interface.
We also have a vast amount of experience developing low-power solutions using Microcontroller PICs, delivering our first PIC based product the Micrologger in 1994.