It’s been a long time coming … We gave the go-ahead to begin construction on our new space in December 2014. Demolition began in November 2015, and we get our Certificate of Occupancy February 4, 2016. We’re in! (And who would have thought this used to be a Data Center!)
We deliver our first augmented reality demo. What an awesome technology for applying location-based intelligence.
Lou is asked to speak to the Computer Science Department at the University of Vermont on the ins and outs of iOS programming.
Green Mountain Software has a new home at the Innovation Center of Vermont. 128 Lakeside Ave., Suite 104, Burlington VT 05401 to be exact. We’re co-locating with Empower Mobility, a local company that also specializes in mobile computing (we’ve worked extensively with owner Tom Jaros since 1997). The benefits of working alongside a colleague and his[…]
The initiative to provide door-to-door broadband service in Vermont wouldn’t be complete without a discussion of mobile apps — and how Vermont businesses can incorporate mobile apps into their business strategies. Ann is asked to participate on the panel.
All we can say is wow! The iPad just keeps getting better and better. If ever I wanted to be in Starfleet, now is the time.
The official Journal of the Electric Power Research Institute features three of the projects we’ve been building for EPRI: the iCV Analyzer for corralling contact voltage, iPQ Analyzer for assessing power line quality and MyAltFuels for finding alternative fuel sources. It’s great working with EPRI’s “Mad Scientist” Norm McCollough.
Kudos to the team. Working with Pro-Cut’s VP of Engineering, Chris Greenwald, Green Mountain Software delivers Pro-Cut’s complete brake repair system. GYR guides technicians through the entire rotor matching process, ensures that rotors are matched to industry specs, and captures the finished condition of each serviced rotor.
EPRI comes back to Green Mountain Software to develop iCV Analyzer for the iPhone, which will be used to identify electrically charged metal objects — before a field worker gets an unwanted shock.
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) conducts R&D for the power industry. Concluding that iPhones are an ideal platform, they come to Green Mountain Software to build a location-based app that will allow consumers and power companies to readily identify the nearest source of alternative power.