Recent Work

Roadrunner RF Wireless Detection

Transit Time Detector • Crowd & Social Mapping
Wi-Fi • BlueTooth™ • Cell
Database Aggregation • UI

Intel™ NUC
Base Station + DIN Rail Mount

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Antenna + Cabling to Pole

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Traffic Software Linux + Windows

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Google Glass

Industrial Bar-Code Reading
For System Setup.



Responsive, Adaptive
Technical User Interfaces


Sensors • Data • Devices
IoT Integration

Data Displays



Basic Penetration

Digital Signage
Video Walls • Kiosks

End Notes:
Open Source

Open Source

We do open source! No more proprietary dead-ends, no more hidden agendas, and here are 12+ other reasons to consider why your technical control room or installation should be open source:

  1. Lower Cost: No yearly fee. It’s cheaper, way cheaper.
  2. Superior Security: An open book is verifiable–SHA2, far better than MD5.
  3. Quality: You have a hand in it…it fits you, you don’t fit it.
  4. Customizable: As you like it.
  5. Freedom: No vendor lock-in.
  6. Flexible: You decide on when to upgrade–or not. You decide who to integrate with–or not.
  7. Auditable: No leap of faith, it’s an open book, none of that “hidden by vendor” stuff.
  8. Support Options: You are not tied in to anyone in particular.
  9. No Commitments: Try it, put it in your system, if it doesn’t work, pull it out. Because it’s standards complaint (NTCIP) it plays nice with compliant devices. No SaaS (locked in to software as a service yearly fee), but it’s available should you chose to use it.
  10. All Data Options:
    • On-board database data collection access through port 3306,
    • Push to cloud data collection through port 80 or 3G,
    • Ethernet data collection,
    • 3G cell data dump,
    • Iridium™ data dump,
    • HughesNet™/Echostar™ data dump,
    • IMARSAT™ data dumps,
    • WiFi data dump,
    • ITE TMDD push,
    • XML,
    • JSON, and
    • Serialized output: MySQL™, PostgreSQL™, MS-SQL™, Oracle™.
  1. Communication Options: WiFi 802.11b 2.4GHz, 3G/GPRS,802.15.4, ZigBee™, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, RF-902-928 MHz ( FCC CFR 47, part 15), RS-485, RS-232, CAN-bus, Modbus, Modbus-to-RTU
  2. Engineering Standards Compliant