Aspenworks has developed 5 iPhone applications. They are described in each accordion tab. Your business can benefit from a Smart Phone application. We can help. Apple’s iPhone continues to grow, and with tablet applications and Android handsets, Aspenworks can help you produce the solution you are looking for.
Today, over 300 million Smartphones are in use. Since 2007, Apple’s iPhone has captured the imagination of dozens of handset makers. Today, Google’s Andriod operating system for handsets is powering up millions of handsets from over a dozen handset hardware designers.
Aspenworks recognized the opportunities for application space in 2007 and became an early developer of applications for the iPhone and Android marketplace.
Aspenworks’ iPhone App: Smart Guides
The Smart Guide gives users a unique view of a location they’re planning to visit. A smart guide is defined by a location and the activity the user would like to see. Tourists / Visitors have access to insider information in small and unique communities where they can enjoy their experience in harmony with community.
Aspenworks’ iPhone App: Disaster Monitor
The Disaster app helps you avoid disasters, and could potentially save lives.
Aspenworks’ iPhone App: My Horizon
My Horizon is a guide to the Apple and Verizon News services and provides pricing and technical information to better manage your iPhone on the Verizon network
Mass Transit is a key to the success of any mid-sized community. By reducing carbon emissions and traffic on the road, residents enjoy a higher quality environment and reduced stress. Today’s advanced Bus Rapid Transit systems are moving forward rapidly, providing predictable, high speed, affordable transportation. Aspenworks has developed a bus tracking GPS system using Industrial Computing platform design. The SmartRider AVL system operated for 18 months without a failure on a test bus in the deepest winter and hottest summer months along the 45 mile corridor between Aspen Colorado and Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Millions of data points were collected providing information about bus behavior that enables investigators to produce behavioral analysis. Today, Aspenworks developed a Quick Response Coding system for bus stops, reducing the cost of adding paper schedules, and providing a quick and convenient way for Riders to collect accurate schedule information from the bus stop their are standing in.
Aspenworks developed an special server system to address packaging Broadband services in novel ways that customers want. The system utilizes standards based communications and databases to apply network management and experience shaping technologies on WiFi or other network attached access points, according to the profiles that customer records indicate.
Aspenworks history in providing Internet services reaches back to the early days of dialup UUCP inter-systems communications with a consulting company called Communication Systems Research. There, hundreds of people exchanged messages and email using batch connections. The neisse.comsys.com Internet server was a PC running Unix.
Nearly 10 years later, I on a lark, I built the Rofintug Internet Servers to launch the first site they ever owned. And then created a broadband provider in Aspen Colorado. After Glenwood Springs Electric City department built a fiber ring, Aspenworks took the lead and was first to offer ISP services. Kathleen offered an improptu lesson on the use of broadband. In fact in 2003 Facebook wasn’t even Facemash yet. 2003 webcam sequence:
Since then Aspenworks developed and deployed broadband management systems and continues to provide specialized web hosting and cloud based computing solutions.
DSL Modems – Aspenworks developed a low cost DSL modem from the ground up to address the emerging broadband market where copper is available.