If you’re scratching your head wondering what “hardware” means, no worries! Think of hardware as the physical stuff you can touch and see that makes your favorite gadgets work—the screen on your smartphone, the keyboard on your laptop, or even the smart thermostat on your wall.

Now, our job – and our passion – is creating those physical bits and pieces. We’re the behind-the-scenes engineers turning cool ideas into something you can hold in your hands. Imagine crafting the sensors that help you find that elusive parking spot downtown or developing the technology that’s hurtling through space collecting vital data. That’s us, in a nutshell.

So when we say “Hardware Development,” we mean we’re busy cooking up the nuts and bolts (quite literally sometimes!) that breathe life into the technology shaping our world. Cool, right?

So this is what our in-house team of engineers excels at:


What it is: PCB stands for Printed Circuit Board. It’s like the brain of most electronic devices, connecting and supporting different components like resistors, transistors, and more.

What we do: We create electronic schematics, which are like blueprints for how the device will work. We then design the PCB itself, even providing a 3D visualization to see how it will look and fit into devices.


What it is: Once a PCB design is ready, the next step is to physically create it by placing and soldering components onto it.

What we do: We excel in soldering with sub-millimeter precision, ensuring every component is perfectly placed for optimal performance.


What it is: Microcontrollers are tiny computers on a single chip, controlling many functions of electronic devices.

What we do: We program these microcontrollers using ANSI C and MISRA C languages, giving instructions to devices on how to operate.


What it is: RF stands for Radio Frequency. It’s the technology behind wireless communication in devices like cell phones and Wi-Fi routers.

What we do: We design custom antennas to ensure strong and clear communication. Additionally, we test devices for EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) to ensure they don’t interfere with other devices and vice versa.


What it is: Beyond the electronic components, devices need physical structures, like casings or frames.

What we do: We use CAD (Computer-Aided Design) to design these structures and even produce prototypes. This ensures the final product is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.


What it is: FPGA stands for Field-Programmable Gate Array. It’s a chip that can be programmed to perform specific tasks after manufacturing.

What we do: We design custom circuits for FPGAs, allowing for specialized functions tailored to specific needs.


What it is: Once everything is designed and tested, the final step is to produce the actual devices.

What we do: We handle everything from the design phase to the delivery of the final devices, ensuring quality every step of the way.

Hardware development at GoSpace Labs is a comprehensive journey from an idea to a tangible, functional device. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast or new to the world of electronics, we’re here to bring innovative solutions to life, ensuring quality, precision, and excellence in every project.

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We’re great listeners and even better doers. Tell us about your vision and ambitions, challenges, and struggles. We’re here to help you in the whole process of building and launching your product. Reach out to us, and we will get back to you within 24 hours.