Values

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Our Values drive our decision making, the way we work and our relationships with our clients, suppliers and peers.

Empathy

We love building relationships. We want to foster mutual understanding and continuously refine our working practices to everyone’s benefit

Trust

The most productive relationships are built on mutual trust, but we understand that trust must be earned. We aim to be open, dependable and ethical at all times

Considered

We invest for the long term in everything that we do. We believe that quality ultimately equates to efficiency. We won’t overcommit ourselves for a short term gain; building trust is far more important

Passionate

We enjoy our work and are passionate about the technologies, people and companies we work with. We’re also passionate about the service we provide and aim to impress at every opportunity

Smart

There’s a lot we need to know to do our job, but we also need the focus and insight to direct our efforts where they’re needed. Add to that our drive for new ideas and innovation, and that’s what we mean by Smart

Latest News

Mentor - the missing piece of the puzzle.
Posted 13th November 2017
As a business, we are committed to the future of engineering in the UK. As part of this commitment, we look to engage with local universities at various levels ...more
Southampton Careers Fair
Posted 26th October 2017
Having reviewed our strategic plans we are pleased to have published our vacancies for graduates and summer internships for 2018. As a company, we invest time ...more
Photo of IBC
Posted 13th September 2017
ITDev is excited to announce that its specialist video technology division, Imicast, is presenting Imicast Impulse™ in the Ruby Lounge, between Hall 8 and Hall ...more
Cyclists
Posted 6th July 2017
The fitness, performance and health of athletes has never been of greater interest to sports fans as it is today. With the range of sports statistics currently ...more

Latest Blog Posts

Posted 26th October 2017, By James H
Even in the most expertly designed critical, real time operating systems have some “gotchas”. The most infamous is “priority inversion”. This article outlines ...more
Posted 19th October 2017, By James H
Disabling interrupts can cripple system responsiveness. This article discusses how RTOSes minimise interrupt disabling to give the best possible response time ...more
Starting line
Posted 12th October 2017, By James H
In the embedded world, the use of a real-time operating system (RTOS) is commonplace, and with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) they are becoming ...more
A Google self-driving car at the intersection of Junction Ave and North Rengstorff Ave in Mountain View.
Posted 4th October 2017, By James H
Critical systems must meet deadlines reliably. A driverless car must stop in time to avoid collisions, so how does it try to ensure this? This blog is the ...more