Emutex is delighted to announce that we have been invited to demonstrate MyWatts intelligent home system project at the BT Young Scientists Exhibition.
In its' 50th year the exhibition attracted thousands of visitors, many of whom witnessed MyWatts running on Intel® Galileo.
Robert Bordianu, a student engineer working in Emutex, demonstrated MyWatts to the many visitors and students. He remarked: “This year’s event was the biggest and best so far. As the days went by, the amount of interest from kids and adults towards our demo had been phenomenal. We are particularly happy to see the kids' enthusiasm in finding out more about this technology and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) in general. The young scientists visiting our stand gave us great feedback. I also got the chance to visit many of the students’ stands and I was very impressed with the level of talent and projects on display. This proves once again that Ireland is a great place to find innovation in Science and Technology. Congratulations to Paul Clarke for winning this year’s competition and to everybody that took part!”
Emutex MyWatts uses the company’s new ubiworx™ Sensor Gateway software framework to collect data from sensors and make it available to cloud applications and smartphone apps. The software runs on various computing platforms including Intel® Galileo, a new low-cost open source platform used by makers, hobbyists and students world-wide to innovate new computing solutions. The platform is based on Intel’s new Quark processor.