We are OPEN and taking new projects! Projects are operating remotely and office is available for customer drop-offs/pick-ups.
Diverse skill sets with
industry knowledge and experience
Structured task management and
Fabrication, assembly, and manufacturing of products and prototypes
Custom hardware development is our bread and butter, having developed solutions for everything from robotics to high-volume consumer electronic products.
With expertise in ROS and various operating systems, OLogic builds and applies software and firmware to custom hardware systems.
OLogic has in-house industrial design and mechanical engineering capabilities, including photorealistic renders for a pitch deck, production plastic components, and device chassis.
OLogic can help with design for compliance, and compliance testing with our test lab partners.
OLogic has experience preparing hardware to pass FCC and UL requirements and our IPC-certified technicians can assemble and verify PCB operation.
Our newest service, NPI, is perfect for clients who have an Electronics Design or idea, but don’t know where to begin in building a quality product that you can launch with confidence. It’s not just product development, it’s looking at product development from the standpoint of manufacturing. With our help, you can turn your product idea from a design concept, through development and product iterations, all the way to manufacturing.
Having completed a design for you, you own all the IP and design files for your product. At this point, we can even help you build it by working closely with our proven manufacturing partners. Or you can choose someone you know and we’ll help you get up and running as fast as possible to ensure a successful launch of the Product.
Yes, OLogic has designed products in many categories, such as consumer electronics, IoT, and toys. Navigate our Projects page to explore some of our work, or request a visit to our office to see our gallery of completed products.
We take the time in our initial meeting to understand all development details and client needs to deliver detailed time-and-materials proposals.
OLogic does not develop consumer mobile apps, but we do develop engineering prototypes for app-to-hardware interfaces. We also work with our app development partner firms when direct-to-consumer apps are needed.
Yes – Contact us to setup an introduction in-person or through a conference call.
Our diverse teams almost always allow us to accommodate new projects right away. Contact OLogic