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Brazilian Embedded Systems Development Market Study 2014

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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Size of project
Max The Magnificent   10/31/2014 3:28:51 PM
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@antedeluvian: What the numbers don't seem to show is how many of the personnel in that number are directly associated with engineering. Additionally it would be helpful in knowing how many engineers/technicians are involved on a single project.

Good points -- I'll pass these on to Andre -- as far as I know this is their first such study -- so I'm sure it will evolve as the years go by...

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Size of project
antedeluvian   10/31/2014 3:04:55 PM
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I tried to compare the results with what I experienced in South Africa which is also a market divorced from the North America/European mainstream. Some of the numbers seemed to reflect the same conditions. 

The majority of the companies were small- in the 1-50 person group. What the numbers don't seem to show is how many of the personnel in that number are directly associated with engineering. Additionally it would be helpful in knowing how many engineers/technicians are involved on a single project.

 

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