Product Development Made Easy

Are you looking for a partner to bring your next big product idea to life? At Svep Design Center you meet experienced engineering and get beautiful and robust designs for products containing advanced electronics.

Our product development teams with dedicated professionals, within for example wireless technology and sensors, specialize in taking your concept and turning it into a tangible, market-ready product that exceeds industry standards and customers’ expectations.

Transforming our client's ideas and concepts into reality

From initial design and prototyping to manufacturing and market introduction. We provide end-to-end product development services to ensure your product is a success.

With our help, you can take your business to the next level, stand out in your industry and achieve your goals.

Electronics Development

Svep is heavily involved in electronics and, as such, we are very knowledgeable on the subject. We ensure the manufacturing phase runs smoothly by managing the architecture, schematics, layout, verification principles and the most difficult quality, getting the design to work properly.

We have been a part of the journey when it comes to electronics development and have witnessed thru hole mount circuits give way to newer, highly-integrated CMOS circuits. We work with all types of electronics, be it analog or digital, old or new. Our projects come in all shapes and sizes, from the very small to the very large. We are meticulous and carry out testing, verification and validation on our builds.


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We have created brand new system solutions, steered ongoing projects back to track and developed over a hundred different products over the years, sold in hundreds of millions of units worldwide.

At Svep, innovation, design, and quality, go hand in hand.

We are your development partner in software and electronics.

Ready for a new challenge?

Does it sound interesting to work at Svep?
Are you curious about new technology?
How does a friendly company with Swedish “high ceilings” sound?

Would you like to know more?

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