Technology Engineers are available to develop custom solutions for your
automotive in-vehicle networking projects. Some of our product components
are detailed in the menu here, such as our AutoPak and Rapid Prototyping
Our hardware and software-capable staff
will evaluate your needs and create special results.
We have a successful 20 year track
record of specialized project completion for many Fortune 100 Automotive,
Truck & Bus, and other companies, as well as government entities.
These specialized needs may include:
- Simple changes to our products
- Integration of complete
- Private labeling of current products
Prototyping - Dearborn Group’s Rapid
Prototyping utilizes a group of both standardized and advanced
technologies for converting designs from computer representations directly
into solid objects, often with minimal human intervention. While these
technologies are generally referred to as computer-automated fabrication,
the first rapid prototyping process was developed in the late 1980s. Since
that time, several other competing processes have been developed, and DG
Technology is aware of each new capability. While each process is unique
and has benefits above other processes, potential users of these
technologies must understand each process and realize the advantages and
limitations that each may provide. DG Technology is can be your partner in
rapid prototyping, using our expertise and your knowledge to develop
optimal results, saving both time and costs.
Below is a tabular categorization of
some of our capabilities. Additionally, view our
Success Stories to read details regarding our projects and capabilities.
Better yet, talk to our
sales representatives about your consulting projects and needs.
- Wireless Telematics
Gateways for Remote Diagnostics
- Protocol Vehicle Gateways
- OEM-labeled tools
- Flight Recorder
- On-board computing
- Vehicle Network-based
Collision Avoidance System Integration
- Custom Interfaces for EOL
- Dealer Diagnostic Solutions
- C, C++
- Visual Basic
- LabView, LabWindows CVI
- and many others...
- ...and many others!
- DeviceNet networks
- Honda UART
- ...and many others