Redfish Group Pty Ltd (Redfish) is a Brisbane-based product design company with expertise in systems architecture, software design, and electronic design and manufacturing.
Our team of software engineers have experience with embedded systems, enterprise systems and database design, under Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems.
Redfish has a long history of developing embedded applications under Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) and Embedded Linux. Development areas include: Device Drivers, USB, Networking, Bluetooth, Voice over IP (VOIP), Industrial Control, Signal Processing, Gaming and Saftey Critical Design.more
We have a dedicated team of software professionals working on desktop and server applications using the following technologies: Linux and Windows services, Client/Server architectures, Protocol Development, Automated Testing, Databases, Scalable Architectures (asynchronous IO). GUI development using Qt and .NET. Python integration with Boost.Python.more
We develop microprocessor-based designs for low-power embedded systems from tiny sensors through to high-performance networking platforms and industrial touchscreen systems. Typically these designs include application domain specific components, such as 3G/2G module integration or signal processing for precision measurement. These days we tend to stick with either ARM, PowerPC and on occasion we use FPGA's. The industrial design and manufacturing process is typically performed in conjunction with our partners.more
Our project management is typically based on Agile Methodologies, and we currently use Scrum with sprints between 1 and 3 weeks. For projects that require other approaches to design and implementation, Saftey Critical Design for example, we use the standard Waterfall model with formal specifications and documentation.more
Porting of Linux to custom platforms Linux device drivers Embedded linux application development Custom embedded linux platform development (hardware and software)more
"Systems architecture is the key to successful product development"