Creating quality IoT products is a very technical process and we wanted to give our backers an in depth view of the different aspects of production involved in our business. As we move towards getting our Modpacks out on the market and we wanted to give our followers (the Modsquad) some deeper insight into what is going behind the scenes here at Moduware.
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Introducing the Moduware speaker, the most versitile portable stereo experience for conference calls and music.
In order to provide a quality audio experience, both for vocal clarity on portal conference calls, and music enjoyment, we engaged an audio engineering expert to get the power and acoustics just right. Audio is one of those specialty fields that have a lot of complexity and nuances that drastically change the result, and we took our time looking for the best guy for the job. Continue reading »
Jaundice is the yellow discolouration of your skin and the whites of your eyes. It affects 6 in 10 babies within the first month after birth and can be fatal if not treated correctly.
A group of Melbourne University Engineering students have been developing a new non-invasive device for parents and doctors that helps in the detection and measurement of Jaundice in infants. Continue reading »
Over the past 3 months, Moduware has been working closely with third year Marketing Students at RMIT University in Melbourne’s CBD campus. Their subject ‘sales strategy and skills’ focused on the IoT and technology marketing environment, with the central theme of the subject revolving around Moduware’s phone case and battery pack devices.
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Here at Moduware we’re big fans of all things modular. Modular products are by virtue scalable, flexible, and economical, particularly in terms of economics and environmental footprint in regard to reducing the need for replacing entire products when all but one module are functioning. Intrinsic to the modular aesthetic is a nexus between standardization and customization. This is a concept that extends to the design of technology, architecture, toys and fashion. Here’s some of our favourite examples: * Modular computers The… Continue reading »