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We design and build interconnected systems. Our core team specializes in engineering devices based on microcontrollers running software with real-time constraints. Whether on the factory floor, on the road or on the field we connect low-power sensors and actuators with gateways, that can store, process, and interface the data. We transmit the data generated to back-end services (i.e. cloud), that, among other things, support a range of protocols and enable the viewing, processing, and the remote control of IoT devices. The embedded software we employ in our devices is reliable, scalable, modular, and with a variety of connectivity options. Our long-standing team is highly proficient in FPGA design and programming, embedded software for MCUs, MPUs, and PLCs, design, assembly and manufacturing of custom electronics - ranging from high-speed data busses to analog amplifiers and RF modules (BLE, LoRaWAN, 6LoWPAN).

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Tasos Chatziloukas
Tasos Chatziloukas
Tasos Chatziloukas

A mechanical engineer by training but an electrical engineer at heart, Tasos graduated with a Dipl.-Ing from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). Rumor has it that he took enough electives to qualify also for an electrical engineering degree, but NTUA did not grant double majors at the time. At IKH, Tasos leads the embedded systems and electronics group. Apart from all the PCB designing and code writing, he is responsible for the delivery and management of several IoT-based solutions. Case in point, the work performed in the vineyards of the Peloponnese, where soil sensors, weather stations, and occasional drone flights are working in tandem to produce insights that strengthen the decision-making facilities of owners and agriculturalists. Tasos’ hobby is the natural extension of his work. He wants to smarten up his home and for the past year, he has been designing the PCBs of a score of heat sensors.

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Nikolaos Marinos
Nikolaos Marinos
Nikolaos Marinos

Sometime in his junior year in high school Nikos realized that he did not have what it takes to play professional basketball. Despite his 190cm frame and high basketball IQ, he lacked an essential ingredient for a guard, speed. He focused on his second love physics and graduated with a BSc from the University of Athens. In his MSc, also from the same institution, he implemented and compared video motion algorithms in C. Nikos has excellent knowledge of VHDL, AMBA AXI4 protocols, and memory interfaces. He has worked with the latest Xilinx FPGAs (7 series) and SoCs (Zynq-7000) and has tampered with most of the known interfaces. At the time of writing, Nikos has been swamped with the programming of microcontrollers. In his free time, he plays hoops.

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Nikolaos Fanakis
Nikolaos Fanakis
Nikolaos Fanakis

Nick designed his first single layer circuit board at the age of ten and printed his first PCB at thirteen. At IKH he is the analog and power electronics expert and his skill-set encompasses several programming languages as well as in-depth knowledge of embedded and wireless communications protocols. When he is not seen wearing that crimson colored tracksuit – a sign that things will get dirty –  he would be supporting the rest of the team with his intricate knowledge of numerous unspoken languages. Nick received his BSc from the University of Sussex and his MSc in Embedded Systems Engineering from Heriot-Watt University. Outside of work, he spends most of his free time designing and assembling high-end audio systems.

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