From concept to production, we are working to bring quality products on the market – an activity we’ve perfected following years of experience. This involves:
  • Drafting specifications and product requirements
  • Developing conceptual models
  • Converting product specifications into functional prototypes
  • Validating the product’s efficiency relative to its specifications
  • Assessing the product’s reliability
  • Implementing the transition towards production
  • Supporting the specifications, throughout the product’s lifespan

EBS Electric Group  EBS Electric Group supports the development of superior-quality products and the cost optimization, by applying the Design for Excellence (DFX) concepts – including Design for Procurement (DFP), Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Design for Test (DFT).


Design for Procurement (DFP)

A large part of the success of developing a new product is determined by how efficiently components and materials are selected. EBS Electric Group has extensive expertise in procuring electrical, electronic, mechanical and electro-mechanical components, having established partnerships with worldwide suppliers. Our procurement and development departments working closely together, provide the certainty that throughout their lifecycle, the products we develop shall benefit of:


  • Reduced time to market
  • Fast product introduction
  • Efficient warranty
  • Expanded product lifecycle


Design for Manufacturing (DFM)

As a component of the design process focusing on producibility, designing for manufacturing enables the product to be assembled within a short time frame, in a cost effective manner, with superior quality.

Most of the costs involved in the product’s lifecycle are allocated during design stage. Therefore, evaluating and optimizing the costs during this critical stage are of maximum importance, influencing the products’ viability throughout their lifecycle.

EBS Electric Group has substantial expertise in this field, gained throughout the years we have supported our customers during this critical stage, for making sure that the projects are optimized for the production process and that all factors – such as component specifications, engineering tolerances and secondary processes are considered.


Design for Test (DFT)

Designing for test involves all testability features incorporated into hardware design, for facilitating both the development process as well as the process for applying manufacturing tests.

This stage is even more critical as the PCB assemblies have become increasingly complex. It is therefore vital to design for testability in order to ensure that adequate fault coverage and diagnostic requirements and capacities are included.

Along with the functional testing department, working closely with the development department for this stage, we have the added benefit of an in-house, fully equipped electromagnetic compatibility testing lab, where we can perform non-accredited Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Testing of PCB assemblies and prototypes, thus considerably reducing the costs of subsequent tests.