Monday, September 9, 2013

A FISH named Blackbox


Saw an Oracle TV spot during coverage of the America's cup. They emphasize hardware and software working together, data gathering and even some wearable computing. So, that's what my TV spot would be if I had their budget?


Also known as Fully Integrated Software and Hardware. So, for the past few years I've been working a tight integration of software, hardware and wearable computing. For metrics, data logging, and stuff like that. And it is finally ready to market. I've never posted about my company and my work on my blog before, but I had to share this.

The Blackbox

This latest revision of the Blackbox is running Linux, and all the major software has been written in Python. In its most basic form, it can be used as a digital signage, and yet can be used to do really cool stuff, like proximity sensing and machine area networking. Walk up to a piece of equipment, any piece of equipment, and you get to see realtime metrics on your tablet, for that machine. And wearable computing.

Unveiling the FISH

So I will be unveiling this at the Triad business innovation expo in Winston Salem, NC


Date(s) - Thursday, September 12, 2013
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Benton Convention Center
301 W. 5th Street
Winston-Salem, NC

So if you want to check it out, I'll be at Dion Research's booth (431) demoing the FISH solution. And did I say wearable computing, just like in the TV spot? I cant say more than this, I'll do live tweeting and unveiling on Thursday.


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