Becoming a freelance engineer

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Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby Benj » Fri Sep 11, 2009 10:14 am

Freelane Engineers

If you have experience with working with C, Flowcode, Electronics or another aspect of embedded systems then please feel free to post your details into this forum topic explaining why you think you would be a good freelance engineer. If you have knowledge of a foreign language or certain technology then this is also worth mentioning.

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If you are in need of an embedded engeineer for a project or or simply help pointing in the right direction with a specific problem then feel free to create a post requesting help. You can also contact the engineers directly via a forum PM if you wish the project details to remain private.
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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby santhosh » Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:50 am

I have experience in Flowcode,Electronics,Stepper motor,#C & LCD.
I want to be a Freelance Engineer since I like to help others with my knowledge.
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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby allpicproject » Wed Oct 12, 2011 12:33 pm

I'm also would like to be a freelance engineer.

I have experience in :

1. GSM modem ( send sms to activte / receive command ) from remote electronic gadget.
2. PIC ( software ( flowcode, Hitech C ) n hardware ( LCD, PWM, DC motor, Stepper motor, servo motor etc )
3. A lot of project is doing/help project of Final year student.
4. Have some commercial project
5. VB

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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby arizawilmer » Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:55 pm

Hi I like to freelance

I have experience in :

PIC software ( flowcode) hardware ( LCD, PWM, DC motor, Stepper motor, servo motor etc )

Freescale MCU

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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby sohail » Sun Apr 29, 2012 7:39 am

Hi like to be freelance

have a commercial project experience in following
- Electronic circuit design, including PCB design development.
- PIC 8 -bit micro controller based projects.
- VB, Access, SQL Server Databased designed.
-GUI interface based on VB
- Flow Code V4 for PIC
- Hardware design and development.
monitoring system wire and wireless including GSM, Rs485.
PIC based ATS system for gasoline generators
line follower robot (using flow code V4 + PIC )
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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby mzffr786 » Mon Jun 25, 2012 11:02 pm

I have experience in Flowcode,Electronics,Stepper motor, LCD etc
I want to be a Freelance Engineer since I like to help others with my knowledge.

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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby kalim007 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:41 am

I am interested to become a freelance engineer even though I have a full time teaching job. I have experiences in flowcode, C/C++, codewarrior. I am also expert in mathlab and VHDL. I have around five years of experience in supervising senior project for undergraduate students. I have also experience in nanoscale characterization of semiconductor materials. I have few projects myself in order test my skills. You can look at my youtube channel, links are here:

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Re: Becoming a freelance engineer

Postby keejay » Sun Dec 01, 2013 3:22 pm

Hi there,

If anyone needs help with embedded control solutions using the various PIC microcontrollers, I can possibly help. I have extensive experience with the PIC (have been using these microcontrollers since 1995) and have kept up to date with the latest technologies in this regard.

Send me a PM if you'd like my assistance.

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Postby QMESAR » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:22 am


I am an Electrical Engineer with 30 years experience in Automotive Electronic hardware and Embedded firmware design /development from prototyping to Production ready ,
My special interest and focus the last few years is in the Electrical Vehicle technology, control strategies including vehicle Controller(VCU Module) design with Battery Management systems.
FOC Motor control algorithms and implementation.I am moving my interest also into the area of Industrial control and Automation Processes.

I use the most modern SW tools as,

(1)MATLAB for system simulation and design validation processes
(2) SPICE 3F5 for Harware electronic circuit design.
(3) C and MISRA C compliant code generation in MATLAB
(4) PROTEUS CAD and Mix mode Simulation
(5) FlowCode for special projects on customer request -this allows for maintainability of the Firmware from the customer perspective.
(6) RTOS based firmware applications.

I have done many projects for Automotive OEM's inElectrical Design a few of my customers listed below
(1) Audi/Volkswagen(Germany)
(2) BMW (Germany)
(3) Indian/Victory Motor Cycles (USA)
(4) Polaris Off Road Vehicles, Power Sport vehicles (USA/Switzerland)
(5)Benteller Automotive(Germany)
(6) Industrial Automation (Russia)

If I could be of help you can PM me from the Forum and I will gladly contact you.

Kind Regards
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