The Infosys High Tech practice offers integrated product design services for mass produced consumer electronic devices as well as advanced industrial systems. We partner with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs), semiconductor manufacturers, and independent software vendors to design new products and co-create proof of concepts for validating innovative designs.
Our integrated design approach ensures focus on critical aspects across product development, including functionality, form, aesthetics, usability, viability, and environmental footprint. Automation simplifies the design of Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits, Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC), and mixed signal ICs. Further, it facilitates simulation as well as feature-based design to enhance the value of products and conserve resources, while rationalizing costs.
We leverage Knowledge-Based Engineering (KBE) systems to capture and integrate user requirements and product characteristics into design / engineering specifications. Our KBE databases enable reuse of designs, while ensuring ready access to digital designs for fabrication and assembly. Further, it helps optimize the physical / structural design, layout arrangement, and routing strategy.
Infosys consultants are experienced across the DFx cycle (DFA, DFM, DFS, DFT, and DFV) as well as the CAx systems (CAD, CAE and CAM). Our product designers and design engineers explore alternative designs and materials to extend the lifespan of products.
Automated quote delivery process enables an electronic components distribution company improve quote-to-order conversion rate by 5%.
Multidisciplinary teams with expertise spanning the High Tech product lifecycle ensure industrial as well as commercial feasibility of innovative product designs.
Design thinking culture complements technical know-how to rationalize product costs as well as accelerate development time.
Iterative design process helps select technology and materials to improve product efficacy while minimizing variation and waste.