Electronics And Robotics Lab

Hardware design that enhances the user experience.

In our electronics and robotics lab we apply an agile software development approach to hardware design. Creating essential product components that are not just innovative, but also timely. Here we apply precise design engineering principles alongside creative thinking to optimise idea generation.

Our experienced technology consultants have access to all the resources needed to build and test complex electronic devices. Providing support from the very first breadboarding tests, through to prototyping and production.

The electronics and robotics lab is central to many of our development projects. New and original solutions are created through synergy between electronics experts, materials specialists, engineers and designers.

This collaborative approach, coupled with our cross-sector knowledge, enables us to leverage new technologies quickly and effectively. Revealing new and innovative solutions to our client’s product development challenges.


Market Insights

System Architecture


PCB Design


RF & EM Laser communications

Power Electronics


Agile HW & Firmware Development

Arduino, Raspberry Pi, LabView

Energy Harvesting


Fast lab to market electronics


Sensor Testing & Characterization

Automatic System Test Rig

System Characterization

Signal Analysis

Case studies

Data science lab
AI Assisted Drifting

Creating a virtual sensor to accurately estimate the side slip angle drives a massive improvement in lateral dynamics for production cars.

Energy sector technologies
High-Speed Subsea Laser Communications

BlueThink designed, prototyped and tested a communication module to be integrated to subsea system, monitor them and transmit data to a remote receiver, yet not increasing the assembly time or requiring additional connecting components.

Product Technology Innovation. Looking through a pipe into the sea. Blue Think
Reliable Pipeline Inspection Device

Inspection of the structural integrity of pipelines is a key part of preventing spillages and planning preventive maintenance. Although currently available inspection devices (commonly known as “pigs”) can provide good data quality, they can get stuck inside the pipeline causing blockages. As such, this activates a time consuming and costly unscheduled intervention to recover the apparatus and have the line back to operations.