Our approach to engineering services is based on our expertise and focused on your goals. Consultancy for challenging R&D projects, tool customization, toolchain integration, or even developing custom software from scratch, all according to your specifications.
Supporting your company in making the most out of your engineering tools throughout the whole tool chain, so you can design higher quality products more efficiently.
A suite of products and associated services to solve the challenge of tool integration in your organization in a tailormade, versatile, cost-efficient and maintainable way.
"IncQuery Labs is following the trends, so they are up to date about the latest technologies. This was a key point in our complex project. We were developing a standard software, called AirStudio, for our production lines instead of the old, custom made one. AirStudio makes it possible to easily create and edit complex test sequences and execute them in a real-time and reliable manner on the production lines of our customers."
"We were impressed by the state-of-the-art technologies, speed and efficiency IncQuery Labs operates with. Their open-minded thinking and proper selection from ideas and possibilities for the development is remarkable."
"The team of IncQuery Labs has redefined what we can expect from such R&D projects – by showing us what’s possible with these tools and technologies, they have broadened our horizon and provided us with tangible, practical results."
Whether you are a car manufacturer, an OEM or a solution provider, our experts support you in making the most out of your engineering and modeling tools.
Hands-on domain experience in a wide range of technologies such as No Magic, IBM, Siemens, Mathworks, PTC, Eclipse and Atlassian tools. to help you avoid vendor lock-in and reduce the total cost of ownership of your engineering toolchain.
Modernize your tools and runtime components along the product lifecycle from requirement analysis, systems design, implementation, as well as testing and documentation.
As part of ongoing research projects of the EU, we engaged in critical decision-making sessions in October and November