EACOMM is has been providing integrated hardware-software solutions that rely heavily on in-depth knowledge of not only computer programming but electronics, network, and communications engineering since its inception in 2001. Today, these types of connected devices are more popularly know as “Internet of Things.” IoT projects we have done in the past includes FM data transmission, long range wireless telemetry, LED sign boards, GPS fleet management, and more.
IoT as a Service
EACOMM Corporation allows you to cost-effectively explore IoT for your business by removing the capital expense of deploying IoT solutions. Reap the benefits of real-time data about your business and its various assets be it a farm, a fishpond, a power plant, or a factory.
Bus Management and Information System
In 2014, EACOMM Corporation developed an open source bus management information system for the Department of Transportation and Communications in cooperation with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board and the Advanced Science and Technology Institute of the Department of Science and Technology.
General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS and GTFS-RT)
GTFS or General Transit Feed Specification is an open standard for representing public transportation schedules, fares and geographical information. EACOMM Corporation is one of the leading providers of GTFS and GTFS RT feeds in the Asia Pacific Region, with feeds developed for public transit agencies in Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and the rest of the region.
Research efforts in this area include development of a Hosted PBX/Call Center Platform, development of an embedded asterisk server using mini-itx processors, and development of various web-based VoIP applications. A presentation on EACOMM’s efforts in R&D in VoIP was presented in the 2007 Asterconference Roadshow in Manila.
FM Subcarrier Data Transmission
One of EACOMM’s earliest contract R&D efforts back in 2001 involves sending low-bandwidth data via standard FM broadcast stations.
EACOMM was heavily involved in R&D on using SMS as a means of sending telemetry data as early as 2002-2003 when GSM Telemetry was not as ubiquitous as it is today.