Product Technology Partners Ltd
Product Technology Partners is a design and development consultancy specialising in software and systems for product development and bespoke applications. PTP is an ISO 9001 certified Engineering Consultancy.
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1223 264 445|
|Address:||Unit 1, The Mount, High Street, Toft|
|Membership type:||Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)|
We specialise in:
- Software Development
- Electronic Design and Manufacture
- LabVIEW Consultancy
- Testing Solutions
- Machine Control
We are experts in implementing National Instruments hardware & software solutions, particularly using LabVIEW.
Our primary areas of expertise are automated test, measurement and control systems, mechatronics and professional electronic product development.
Working with our clients, we can participate in development projects at all levels from the supply of customer-specified software modules through to the delivery of complete proven production-ready designs as well as turnkey systems and machines.
Our mission is to provide the most cost-effective design and development services, with guaranteed performance and lifetime support for our developments. We continue to support products originally developed over two decades ago.
Test Visual Alarm Devices to the mandatory EN54-23 standard
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National Instruments solutions
National Instruments Alliance Partners since 2005. LabVIEW integration and LabVIEW support by some of the country’s most highly qualified LabVIEW Architects and Developers. Experts in LabWindows/CVI.
Bespoke FTE & ATE
don’t always meet the requirements.
With minimum complexity…
Improving throughput, maximising efficiency by integrating well designed code.
scalable & maintainable software
Robust and expertly designed software designed by leading Cambridge based Software Consultancy
Product Technology Partners (PTP) is celebrating 10 years of its CLUG meetings – which provide the opportunity for engineers in the Cambridge (UK) area to grow their expertise in LabVIEW by interacting with colleagues in the sector. The next meeting is on July 4th in Bourne.
11 June 2018Read in full
Product Technology Partners (PTP) says it will visit local engineering companies to help them troubleshoot issues with the new LabVIEW update and Beckhoff systems.
21 May 2018Read in full
As a leading supplier of specialist jigs and fixtures to some of the world's leading automotive manufacturers, CK Industrial turned to PTP to design and implement a control and measurement system with data logging and interfacing software for their laser alignment fixture.
21 October 2015Read in full
Huxley Bertram Engineering approached the Product Technology Partners (PTP) team to develop software for their prestigious HBE Servo-Hydraulic Powder Compaction Simulator.
18 March 2015Read in full
Product Technology Partners is very pleased to be celebrating 15 years in business today! From small beginnings in 2000, Dr Martin Saxon and Kevin Snelling now employ a team of hardware and software engineers working across a wide range of industries which include pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and automotive.
9 March 2015Read in full
Domino Printing Sciences produces industrial printers which include an IMBA (Ink Management Block Assembly) to distribute the ink controlling pressure and flow rate. To test IMBA functionality, Domino needed a bespoke text fixture to check for pressure drops and assess leak rates.
7 January 2015Read in full
A team of scientists from Imperial College London and The University of Cambridge developed the Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope (SICM), a patented topographic scanning technique which produces high-resolution images without making contact with the sample. Its non-invasive nature is of particular importance when scanning soft and living samples.
12 December 2014Read in full