Services  Offered
IoT  Solutions

Through its team of experienced electronics, communications, network, and computer engineers, EACOMM has been providing integrated hardware-software solutions since its inception in 2001. Today, these types of connected devices are more popularly known as “Internet of Things.” IoT projects we have done in the past include FM data transmission, long-range wireless telemetry, LED signboards, GPS fleet management, web-based environmental monitoring and more.

IoT  as a Service

EACOMM takes away the risk of embracing IoT technology by offering IoT solutions on a subscription basis. With little to no capital expense, your organization can immediately realize the benefits of real-time information via a connected network of sensors and devices.



Ark: Realtime Livestock Management is a cloud based agricultural management system that leverages IoT (Internet of Things) and Mobile technologies to deliver relevant data to farmers and integrators in realtime. The system is designed to utilize a variety of environmental sensors that measure temperature, humidity, gas content, air pressure, light levels, etc and analyze and compile these readings into meaningful insights for the farm managers.


Bus Management  and  Information System  

EACOMM Consultants designed and developed a PUV Monitoring System in cooperation with the Advanced Science and Technology Institute of the Department of Science and Technology for the Department of Transportation. The system receives standardized GPS data from public utilitiy vehicles and filters and processes this to automatically detect traffic violations such as overspeeding, out of line, over dwelling, etc. The system is designed to track and manage over 100,000 public utility vehicles in the Philippines.


General Transit Feed  Specification

Since 2012, EACOMM Corporation has been working on modeling public mass transit systems using the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS). The General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) is a standard format for public transit schedules and geographical information. It was developed by Google and Portland TriMet for the public transportation system of Portland, USA and was launched on December 7, 2005. It consists of multiple CSV (comma-separated values) files contained in a single zip file. Key information encoded in GTFS includes: transit agency information, route information, trip schedules, stop locations, route shapes, etc. GTFS has quickly been adopted as the most accepted standard in formatting transit information in a way that can be easily shared across multiple applications. Popular applications such as Open Trip Planner, Google Maps, Apple Maps, Trafi and other Mobile Transit Apps all use GTFS to offer trip planning services to their users. EACOMM Corporation has developed GTFS models of the Philippines, Singapore, as well as specific routes in Malaysia and Indonesia.


GTFS Realtime



GTFS Realtime is an extension of the General Transit Feed Specification(GTFS) that gives public transportation agencies the capability to provide real time updates about their fleet. Information such as expected time of arrival, trip delays/cancellations, service alerts/notifications, and vehicle location can be provided using GTFS real time. GTFS realtime makes use of Protocol Buffers, a language-neutral, platform-neutral, mechanism to serialize structured data in a much smaller file size – making its transmission faster and more efficient. GTFS-RT as a standard is not yet as widely adopted as static GTFS, with a number of transit agencies offering their own format in sharing real time data as well as ‘rival’ formats such as Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) available. GTFS RT also presents much more complex challenges than providing static GTFS as the element of ‘speed’ comes into play and management of server resources, latency, and software efficiency is critical. EACOMM has worked on GTFS RT feeds for the Philippines, Singapore, and Jakarta.


Unified  Communications  

Unified Communications refers to the integration of various communication methods into one system or device. Unified Communications facilitates effective Remote Working by combining and integrating multiple communication and collaboration tools. Through Unified Communications, employees can:

  • Answer office phone calls from anywhere in the world.
  • Collaborate with other employees for free via instant messaging, video conferencing or teleconferencing.
  • Utilize project management and collaboration tools.

Since 2005, the Integrated Solutions division has been involved heavily in VoIP-related projects, particularly based on the Asterisk Open Source PBX and Digium TDM Cards. Research efforts in this area include the 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. 

 In 2006, EACOMM Corporation partnered with Indigo 21 to form Elisha Telecom Ltd. Elisha Telecom aims to provide a comprehensive VoIP offering encompassing A2Z termination, hosted IP-PBX solutions, VoIP Training, CTI development, and supply of various VoIP hardware and software to a worldwide market. Elisha Telecom, has been offering a Hosted Unified Communications Platform for almost 15 years. Starting at less than Php 350.00/month per user, they offer a very affordable entry point to Unified Communications that will allow your employees to work from home efficiently.



GSM/SMS  Telemetry

A precursor of today’s IoT systems, this project entailed sending data packets via SMS messaging for telemetry applications. Download the paper here.


FM Subcarrier  Data Transmission  

The project was able to send data up to a distance of 30km at a rate 2kb per second by sending via the sub-carrier frequency of regular FM radio. Download the PDF presentation here.



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