Embedded Engineering Services, Inc. was born in January of 2000, out of a passion for continuing diversity in experience. For more than a decade, I have had the privilege of developing both hardware and software for embedded systems, across many different industries and applications. As a result, I have been rewarded with a comprehensive awareness and understanding of the interrelationships between circuits and the software that controls them.

Hardware design decisions directly affect software implementations and vice-versa. It is uncommon, yet extremely valuable, for software and hardware developers to have direct experience with the idiosyncrasies of each other's craft. My mission is to provide unparalleled service in embedded product design that exploits my unique ability to bridge the development gap between software and hardware thanks to my extensive experience in both areas.

Chris Minerva

eES is founded on honesty and forthrightness. It is of paramount importance for me to form open, reliable, and trusting relationships with both active and potential clients. I disclose my firm’s strengths and weaknesses so all parties involved are able to quickly and effectively ascertain compatibility.

The intellectual property you have invested in eES as an active client is always available to you regardless of my firm’s current allocation. Whether you have design questions, a brainstorming session, or emergency repairs we will always be available.

I’d like to thank you personally for visiting our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in discussing your development needs. Our network is extensive so if we can’t help you directly we will assist you in finding someone who can.


Chris Minerva
“Knowing all the answers is impossible. Knowing how to obtain them is essential.”


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