Timestar Developments is a UK-based company specialising in the rapid design and development of customer-specific, bespoke hardware and software solutions.
The company has a track record of over 30 years and an impressive customer list including major UK and multinational organisations. Nevertheless, we frequently undertake small design and development contracts.
We will work from a wide range of levels of specification, including very loosely defined requirements, where a pre-design input can be provided, assisting in the requirements definition process.
Contractual arrangements are usually fixed price but can also be arranged on a daily or hourly rate basis.
For more details of the services and skills we offer, please click on What we offer
For more details of the range of options as to how we can work with you to meet your requirements, please click on How we operate
Current and past clients include well known national and multinational companies, such as TRW, Advantica, BAE SYSTEMS, Kidde and Alcatel, Universities and research organisations such as the former DERA (now Qinetiq) and many very much smaller organisations.
Much of our work has been, and continues to be, repeat business from satisfied customers.
For a more extensive list of customers, please click on the link.
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The company is now in its 31st year of business over which time it has continued to develop. The business was originally founded as a one man consultancy in April 1986 by its now Managing Director, under the name Ken Wood Consultancy. Success led to expansion, and as a result, in November 1990, having moved premises, the business became a limited company, Timestar Developments Limited. Over the last 30 years we have built up an impressive track record of successful projects, and continue to build on an extensive list of satisfied customers.
If you would like to discuss your requirements, please don’t hesitate to contact us. For contact details, please click on the link.