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About Us

Embedic is medical startup located in College Station, Texas which focuses on creating medical devices utilizing embedded systems.

Meet the Team

Alex Smith / project manager

Alex was born in Houston, TX and currently lives in Bryan, TX. He is a undergraduate senior at Texas A&M University, where he is pursuing a degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. He plans to graduate in December 2011. He worked for eight years at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston as a laboratory technician before he decided to go back to school and get his degree. In the summer of 2010, he worked as a Test Engineer co-op at Texas Instruments in Sherman, TX.

Raymond King / hardware engineer

Raymond was born in Corpus Christi, TX and currently lives in College Station, TX. He's a senior at Texas A&M University, where he is studying Electronics Engineering Technology.

Patrick Navarro / software engineer

Patrick was born in Alvin, TX and currently lives in College Station, TX. He is a senior at Texas A&M University, where he is pursuing a degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. He's a former Product Development Engineer intern at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and has always enjoyed creating, whether it be through code or design. He is passionate about good design principles and innovation and was also an intern at one of TIME Magazine's Best 50 Websites of 2010, a web startup called Gowalla.


Our current project is the CardioScope, a wearable ambulatory ECG device that will measure the electrical activity of a person’s heart as they move using up to 10 electrodes. It will be small, lightweight, and it will continuously transmit data to a host computer for up to 24 hours on battery power. The host computer, running a custom Windows-based program, will digitally filter the incoming data and display it to the screen. The wearable CardioScope unit will be controlled by the same software and will allow the user to change how many electrodes are used, the capture resolution, and which filters are applied.


Follow our progress throughout our startup stage.

Team Formation Memo


Problem Statement Memo


Deliverables Memo


Conceptual Design Memo


Functional Design Memo


Capstone Design Document


Capstone Design Document Presentation


Work Breakdown Structure


Network Logic Diagram


Costing Data


Responsibility Assignment Matrix


Risk Assessment


Formal Technical Proposal



Our services are requested by some of the most prestigious clients.


NASA contacted us in order to design and build an easy-to-use, low mass, low volume, low power, wireless multichannel ECG system suitable for continuous ECG monitoring during ambulation or rest. The device must simultaneously collect and transmit up to 8 (at least 4) independent ECG channels suitable for deriving a clinically acceptable 12-lead ECG.


Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.

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120 Thompson Hall MS 3367
College Station, TX 77843-3367