This app was developed for a Fortune 500 company as a solution for the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The application connected to truck engines’ onboard diagnostic port via a BLE adapter It also integrated with a cloud backend that powered a website for fleet administrators. After the app was initially developed, EG stepped in to add new features, redesign critical screens, stabilize the code base, and add unit tests.
Devices: iPhone, Android / OS Versions: iOS 9.3 or later, Android 4.4 or later
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E-gineering worked along side another consulting firm to create the Android version of an existing iOS app for a local startup. The application allows emergency management personnel to access event plans faster compared to the traditional method of a paper binder. Maps, photos, and contacts can also be accessed within the app.
Devices: Android / OS Versions: Android 4.4 or later
This app was created for internal use by E-gineering employees. The app interfaces with our TimeTracker web services allowing employees to perform time entry tasks on mobile devices.
Devices: iOS / OS Versions: iOS 10 or later
This app was developed for a Midwest based startup company. It is a universal remote control app used to consolidate remotes and to overcome the line-of-site and range limitations of infrared (IR) technology. It uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Apple’s Core Bluetooth framework to send IR commands to a custom built hardware component.
Devices: iPad and iPhone, Android / OS Versions: iOS 9.0 or later, Android 5.0 or later
This app was developed for an innovative medical technology company. The app facilitates the use of NeuroNode – the world’s first wearable EMG assistive communications device – to operate iOS devices using bioelectrical signals. It uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Apple’s Core Bluetooth framework to help users personalize NeuroNode for use with Apple’s assistive technology. Real-time graphing of EMG signals is accomplished using the Charts framework.
Devices: iPhone, iPad / OS Versions: iOS 10.0 or later
This app was developed for a healthcare technology management company. It is used by service technicians to manage notifications, work orders, and medical device information. It uses the RestKit framework to interact with custom built RESTful web services.
Devices: iPhone / OS Versions: iOS 8.0 or later
The power of oil analysis is at your fingertips – anytime, anywhere. This app lets customers take action on oil analysis results and makes submitting samples online faster, simpler and better. The app supports submitting sample information, receiving sample analysis reports, access to maintenance recommendations, and real-time report management.
Devices: iPhone, iPad, Android / OS Versions: iOS 8.0 or later, Android 4.1 or later
This app was developed for a Japanese art exhibition at an art museum. It is used by museum guests, who can create a Japanese woodblock print-inspired selfie. Guests can email their selfie, and choose to share it on the museum’s Flickr Photostream. It uses the GPUImage framework for GPU-based image processing. Flickr integration is accomplished using ObjectiveFlickr, an API framework designed for iOS apps.
Devices: iPad / OS Versions: iOS 8.0 or later
This app was created for an investment company. It is used by customers allowing them to manage their accounts on the their smartphones or tablets. Since their clientele tend to be older, the application was designed to mimic the functionality on their website for predictability. The app allowed users to receive notifications, upload documentation to support their investments as well as pay their monthly invoices.
Devices: iPhone, iPad, Android / OS Versions: iOS 7.0 or later, Android 4.0 or later
This app was created for a title insurance company. It is used by real estate agents in the field allowing them to provide clients real-time cost estimates and comparisons.
Devices: iPhone, iPad, Android phones / OS Versions: iOS 7 or later, Android 4.0 or later
This Mac app is part of an onstage digital music stand system for performing ensembles, which eliminates the need for paper copies. Musicians use a foot pedal to traverse a setlist and advance through each song. It uses Apple’s PDF Kit framework to display sheet music and song lyrics.
Devices: Mac Mini / OS Versions: OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) or later
This app was developed for a healthcare technology management company. It is used by service technicians to locate and access specific technical expertise within the organization. It uses Apple’s Message UI framework and URL Schemes to enable communication by email, text, phone, and FaceTime.
Devices: iPhone / OS Versions: iOS 6.0 or later
This app was developed for a neo-impressionist exhibition at an art museum. It is used by museum guests, who can create a pointillism style self-portrait and post it to their Facebook accounts. It uses Apple’s Core Image framework and a custom photo filter built using Core Graphics. Facebook integration is accomplished using Facebook’s iOS SDK and a custom Open Graph Story.
Devices: iPad / OS Versions: iOS 7.0 or later
This app was created for an insurance company. It is used by field agents allowing them to prospect based on location, as well as track their interactions with potential customers. It interacts with custom-built RESTful web services.
Devices: iPhone, iPad / OS Versions: iOS 7 or later
This app was created for an insurance company. It is used by field agents who can annotate PDF files based on each client’s needs. Agents can send PDFs to clients, greatly reducing overall printing costs. It interacts with custom built RESTful web services and Adobe CQ repository for PDF storage.
Devices: iPad / OS Versions: iOS 7 or later
This app was developed for a Fortune 500 corporation that designs, manufactures, and distributes engines, filtration, and power generation products. The app is used by commercial drivers to monitor the condition of various filters on their diesel engines. It uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Apple’s Core Bluetooth framework to retrieve real-time data from custom filter sensors.
Devices: iPhone and Android / OS Versions: iOS 6.0 or later / Android 4.3 or later
Internet Baby Monitor
This app was developed for a consumer electronic company. It enables parents to view their child on Android devices by communicating with WiFi enabled baby monitors. The app uses both LAN and WAN network communication. A setup process was developed that includes QR scanning technology, as well as control of the Android device’s WiFi connection. Background services are utilized for several purposes. The app is also optimized for multiple resolutions and screen sizes.
Devices: Android phones and tablets / OS Versions: 2.3 or later