They have a genuine interest in seeing each
project through to a successful conclusion.”
Dr Chris Dodge, CEO RedRat
Not only that, they are extremely professional;
communicating effectively, delivering on time
and always happy to provide additional
ad-hoc input when required.
“Pharmatechnics brought a very high level
of technical competence and expertise to the design,
integration and approvals of the electronics in our projects
"By thinking ahead, Pharmatechnics eased our
development effort. This board is a
classic example - A cheap header
added to our tiny product board
means we can fit this add-on
expansion during development
and gain insights into the
inner workings, essential to
drive the product forward.".
Using a hybrid tracking
scheme, we were able to
follow someone travelling
across london, including
through the tube network
As one of Digital Catapults
LoRa trial group, we made
this test board to compare
GPS against alternative
location finding systems.
"Pharmatechnics were incredibly helpful in bringing
our complex device to market whilst on a limited budget.
Their design, testing and certification capabilities meant
we ended up with a product that exceeded our expectations."
James Wilkinson, MD, Envio Limited
Electronic Contact Lens
anyone?It's not the final
design, of course -
but it gave a good
leg-up to test the
Come back to find out
more, once the research
has been published!
Some of our work helps law enforcement.... But we don't talk about it!
Testing a 5GHz PIFA antenna we designed.
35dB return loss isn't a bad result!
We're very used to handholding our
products through formal approvals.
Here is one of our designs undergoing
radiated emissions testing.
GPS (or, more precisely, GNSS) receivers
are used in many of the products we design.
Knowing how to get the most from these
very sensitive devices is essential.
Hi, and thanks for dropping by.
The first question we get asked is “why Pharmatechnics?” – Well, that’s a piece of history. The company was set up by Steve & Denise Farmer, as a way to offer their unique skills to the world outside of their part time day jobs. Denise is a Pharmaceutical adviser, specialising in advising on the delivery of medicines optimisation in niche environments. Steve is a battle-worn Electronics Design Engineer, doing all sorts of technical stuff – so Pharmacy + Technical + Electronics = PharmaTechics (well, sort of). And, of course it was a play on their surname, which made it easy to remember.
These days, however, Denise has kept a focus on her day job and now holds a national post in the NHS. Steve quit his day job some years ago and now works solely for Pharmatechnics, which is delivering Electronic and Product Design Services almost 100% of it’s time.
We never advertise, so I guess someone told you to look us up, or you just got lucky in a web search. If the former, then welcome – and don’t forget to mention who sent you, if the latter, then we’re sorry if we don’t get around to replying to you soon – we’re very busy folks and don’t deal with the public I’m afraid (despite what the various business directory companies that constantly ring us up think!)
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