COTS™, Custom-Off-The-Shelf; Traditionally customers choose between standard COTS or full custom solutions. RECAB’s trademark is COTS™, Custom-Off-The-Shelf. By reusing existing platforms and building blocks from global manufacturers, we enhance them to perfectly fit the customer’s application. This reduces risk and time-to-market, and saves development and consultancy costs for our customers.
– Electronic design
– Software & Firmware
– Cyber security (IEC 62442)
– Mechanical system-design
– Product qualification /Certification
Most projects have varying scope and uncertain and ever-changing requirements. The Recab Project Model is based upon client involvement and collaboration in order to reduce risk and cost, and to control the complexity within the available time frame. With access to in-house and external resources for mechanical design, electrical design and layout, manufacturing and project management, Recab is capable to handle all aspects of the client needs.
Recab have over 25 years experience as system integrator. We identify, analyze, design and deploy complex embedded Computing solutions for demanding applications. Our skills include software, systems and enterprise architecture, software and hardware engineering, sensor, ID & Vision, interface protocols, networking and general problem solving skills.
Utilizing one off the world’s highest ranked Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems, Recab manages all data during development, from inception through manufacturing, servicing and disposal of products. Through our PLM tools and services, we increase productivity, improve quality and shorten time-to-market. We keep record of all as built/maintained status of our systems and products, through the entire lifecycle.
We manages the flow of components from suppliers all over the world, to our integration facilities, then onward to our customers, and in some cases to our customers’ end customers. Recab manages the logistics flow to give our customers a cost-effective advantage by meeting demanding logistics timetables, factoring in safety margins and reducing the amount of capital investment in inventories.