Circuit Tree-Free tool to Design schematics within a minute

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We have created an innovative hardware engine [www.circuit-tree.com] through which engineers can create complex embedded board schematic in a minute. To design with the engine, user needs to just drag and drop processor, peripherals and power along with custom requirements for the design. The application implements an AI engine which designs and automatically draws the schematic which can be viewed or downloaded.

 

The engine understands how the component should connect under various conditions and will create design as required by the manufacturer datasheet. 

 

You can visit www.circuit-tree.com for more detailed information about our innovative product or for a quick overview here is a youtube link https://youtu.be/yPqK6Ooiv7A

To experiment and validate our claim we have provided a free tool wherein you can start designing with NXP imx6, ST stm32f407, atmel same70 , SI labs efm series or intel edison breakout board. This free tool provides schematics PDF, output netlist and BOM file export options to the engineer.

Feel free to reach us for any questions or suggestions.

Thanks,
Makarand Kapoor
[professional electronics engineer for past two decades]

Last Edited: Tue. Mar 1, 2016 - 06:52 PM
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Moved this obvious "advert" to the Marketplace forum.

 

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