Devices and gadgets
Schimera has developed a number of applications for a variety of mobile, embedded and industrial devices including the following:
We have developed a variety of applications for Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
Schimera is experienced in programming for a range of Android devices including Android phones, tablets, TV sticks and set top boxes.
Schlage HandPunch GT-400
Biometric time-punch devices are often used for employers to track time and attendance.
Industrial RFID readers
Often used in industries such as warehousing, manufacturing and transportation these devices assist business with moving and tracking items with speed and accuracy.
Mobile RFID readers
Unlike fixed RFID, mobile RFID readers are mobile and the tags fixed, instead of the other way around. Ideal for use by workers in the field and mobile employees.
Mobile barcode readers
Used in day to day operations for many businesses, barcode readers allow the tracking of inventory and assets along with many other applications such as point of sale and data collection.
The Raspberry Pi is a small embedded computer used for education and hobby projects.
An open-source electronic prototyping platform allowing the creation of interactive electronic objects.
Low cost, credit-card sized, low-power, open-hardware computers.
MiniX NEO G4MiniX NEO G4 is an innovative pocket PC-based on the Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, with Quad-Core Mali-400 GP.
Tiny, Linux computers-on-module, single-board computers and customisable expansion boards.
ESP8266 WiFi Module
The ESP8266 WiFi Module is a self contained SOC with integrated TCP/IP protocol stack that can give any microcontroller access to your WiFi network.
CHIP is a $9 computer, running Linux and includes built-in WiFi