Another year - another success! We've created a new variant of a very successful IVD device for our customer and then embarked onto another challenge: preparation of a new IVD system for UKCA and FDA certification
Successful design completion and CE Mark certification of a ground-breaking In-Vitro Diagnostics device. Inmarsys assisted our client in IEC62304 compliance, Embedded Software (Firmware) design and development and overall project support. Currently assisting the same customer with design and development of a second generation of their IVD system.
The company was involved in three more Medical projects related to In-Vitro Diagnostics (one is still in progress in 2022). Also, we've took onboard our first interntaional clients; as such Inmarsys Limited expanded to international markets for the first time.
This year saw introduction of several Medical projects with the most prominent being Point of Care In-Vitro diagnostic device by a British company. Our story continues from then on and we hope that we can help our future customers in achieving their goals while helping prospective patients to receive timelyRead More
After being involved in several Medical project (and one Automotive), our founder decided to create its own consultancy business. As a result, Inmarsys Limited was formed. The company's name is a fusion of two languages: English and Belarusian (Mara means "Dream" in the former), thus the name can be roughlyRead More
Following on from this successful introduction to the Automotive Industry, new projects were started, such as: - Power Steering - Tractor Instrument Cluster - Body and Security modules for the world-famous Electric Vehicle manufacturer
After the Aerospace the Automotive Industry came. There were several projects with Tier1 Automotive manufacturers all across the globe. The projects were Instrument Clusters, Braking Systems and several Automotive Radios.
The journey begins with the founder of Inmarsys Limited graduating from one of the top universities in Belarus (RadioEngineering Institute, now BSUIR). Following on from this he moved abroad to pursue a career in Safety-Critical Software Engineering. His first project was in Aerospace industry to develop the Enhanced Vision SystemRead More