Android Command Advanced Control Labratory
Do More with More (tm)
At Android Command Advanced Control Labratory (ACACL), we work with people who believe the chipset that runs the Android operating system can do much more than it does today. The primary reasoning for this is the number of devices shipping drives down the cost of the hardware while the software is open source so that expense is linear to one's imagination. The end result is there is almost no limit to what one can control using the Android chip set and The Android operating system.
Background: The Android platform is well accepted as a general comunications platform. Android can "pull" information from the web such as where is the nearest autoparts store? Android can "push" information to the web like video of where you are and what your doing. Today IBM Researchers want to use Android to "Geo Locate" potholes and failed streetlights. This last example shows how the Android can move beyond the mainstream communications media driver and become part of the infrastructure. Our goal at ACACL is to take Android to the next level, to make it the infrastructure.
ACACL works with practical and down-to-earth people. Communication, documentation, requirements specifications, design, coding, testing, QA, field acceptance and signoff on the check are routine parts of the job at ACACL.
If you are ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work creating new software products for the Android chipset and operating system to overcome blocks and challenges, to do this as a truly rewarding hardware/software experience, then email ACACL at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's get to know each other!
I invite you along on what I expect will be come the Android Journey. The plan is to enroll Mainframe types that want to learn Android the easy way. Also to enroll the Android types that want to break into the huge demand for mobile apps that feed remote data into the Mainframe. Along this journey I expect to pickup the robotics types as well, thus the name Android Command. The keys to this journey: I have a deep background in Mainframe, I have good friends that work for the company that designed the Android chip set, some are in hardware, some are in software, some are into robotics and some are into really powerful non disclousre type work. If you still are not convinced how much a market there is out there check out the Android 3.0 video Google has put out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfJuigJebRg.Tweet
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