The DISTek Difference

USA Mathematical representations of real world systems. Control models are of the system under development. Plant models are of the components with which it interacts. Model Based Software Development Testing that the model represents the real system with sufficient fidelity. Definition of what the system does to insure it meets the needs of all stakeholders Model in the Loop - testing control model software with a simulated plant. Software in the Loop - testing implemented software with a simulated plant. Hardware in the Loop – testing software on target hardware with a simulated plant. The software that actually runs on the target controller. Definition of how software can satisfy the requirements. Creation of software to run on the target hardware. The process of putting the pieces of the system together. Checking that the completed system meets the defined requirements.

Traditionally, when companies need to enhance their solution in a way that is out of the realm of their staff’s expertise, they believe they have only two options: purchase an off-the-shelf system that is not specialized for their solution, or buy custom code that comes with little or no implementation or support. Often, these options leave companies depleted of resources and frustrated with a solution that doesn’t fit their specific needs. DISTek serves as a trusted engineering partner, working with customers to make sure they get the comprehensive solution that they need.

When customers come to DISTek with a problem or missing element in their system, DISTek:

  • Assigns a team of engineers to the client
  • Designs a solution
  • Implements the solution
  • Provides service for the solution
  • Ensures the solution scales and adapts with the customer’s changing needs 

The DISTek Way

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Featured DISTek Expert

Name:

Benjamin

Technical Strengths:

C, C++, CAN, SAE J1939, MatLab/Simulink, Digital Signal Processing

Past Experience

Autonomous steering for agricultural equipment using GPS or feeler-sensors; electro-hydraulic steering controls for joystick-driven loaders; hydrostatic transmission controls.

DISTek Employee Since:

2006

What I love about my job:

I enjoy learning, and the experts with whom I work provide me ample opportunity to do so. I also enjoy solving problems of many kinds, and am often given the opportunity to delve into a mechanical or hydraulic problem outside my primary area of electrical expertise.

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