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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $247 - Posted
Hey Mobile Devs, We have a Goip gateway that we are trying to integrate into our CRM system written in Visual Basic. We just want to send a sms via VB function and check for new messages with another function. We are looking for someone who has experience with the FoxBox device and Visual Basic Programming. See details of the device here. http://www.hybertone.com/uploadfile/download/20140304125509964.pdf We need someone that's got experience with these devices as its tricky to work with. We need to automate the sending and receiving of sms messaging. We have created an application that can be used to test the interface between the CRM and the SMS Gateway. You can download the source from the link below, https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0Lzj6hx8-VnejNfOWtobXhZTWs/view The application above shows the functions that we need and the interface that needs be created between the Goip device and our CRM is your task! Please add your skype id in your application. Thank you for taking the time to review our job post. I look forward to working with you. Sincere Regards, John Pititto
Skills: Embedded Linux GPRS Linux System Administration MySQL Administration
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
For a factory flashing device, we're looking for a C++ Developer with Qt experience, who can add another automation to an existing automation framework. The automation is running on an arm cortex inside a network switch and is written on top of the framework Kite ( https://github.com/aep/Kite ), which is written by an ex Qt-employee. The process does these steps - poll a fixed ip to find if a factory device is present - login to an admin interface with cookies - find the relevant upload firmeware field - upload the firmware - report the upload process to an existing ipc interface The framework offers all the relevant classes to do the http work. Devices for the job will be provided by us. Sufficient linux skills for ssh'ing and cross compilation are required. Understanding of tcp/ip is required. The budget is set rather high because the uncommon environment may require advanced C++ on linux skills.
Skills: Embedded Linux C C++ Qt
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $4,000 - Posted
Linux application written for Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 with the following features: 1) Connects to an H.264 server over Ethernet by opening specific port #'s over TCP/IP 2) Connects to the same server using a websocket to access a small amount of configuration information. 3) Connects to the same server using a websocket to get display content selection information (basically simple codes that indicate which TCP/IP port to listen to and decode) 4) Reads raw H.264 BP NALU's off the specified TCP port and decodes those in hardware to the display (full screen). These come at 30fps, 640x480 resolution, 1250bps. 5) As display content selection information changes, open a different TCP port and start displaying the new video stream within two seconds (the keyframe rate is one every two seconds) 6) This app must restart itself if it crashes. 7) This app has no user interface, it just shows the video based on the TCP commands from the websocket. 8) Displays video stream name in an 18 point font in the lower left corner of the video displayed over a semi-opaque background so the text is viewable regardless of the video content. Text comes from the configuration information. 9) Written in C/C++ 10) Latency from receipt of raw NALU to display on screen needs to be <20ms. 11) Use Video For Linux API (no GStreamer) 12) Must use hardware for H.264 decode 13) Must stream continuously without interruption for jitter as long as H.264 NALUs are available. 14) MTBF 1 week 15) Details about websocket interface will be provided once engineer is selected.
Skills: Embedded Linux C HTML5 Raspberry Pi
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need somebody who is an expert in automation to design the control system for our CNC machine. Details of the machine will be provided later. You need to sign an NDA. Most importantly you need to work independently with little inputs from us. I am looking for someone who has experience in CNC machining Centres, 3D printers and Scanners. Please give examples of your past projects. This project might need longer commitments depending on your skill sets.
Skills: Embedded Linux Electrical engineering Electronics Embedded Systems
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
looking for a developer to develop a program that can generate or select a random number from a list which will then display on a video on the screen. we would need to trigger the video from a mobile device. easiest explanation is we need a wheel of fortune that will select a division or display a number on the screen once selected by the program.
Skills: Embedded Linux
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We have a project which uses embedded hardware running linux. We would like some work done to help with field installation or update of the operating system. We need a script which can detect the presence of configuration files or os files on a usb, and then allow the user to select configuration options based on the contents. Configuration files will be generated externally by our system and will be in json format. We will require some ongoing assistance for maintenance.
Skills: Embedded Linux Computer Networking Scripting
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Hello, I need help trying to boot a custom OS over the network on an Intel-based Mac. The requirement at this point is for the mac to load iPXE from the netboot server. The server is running Linux with dnsmasq as DHCP and TFTP server. So far, I've been trying to follow the instructions at https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=FOG_on_a_MAC but the mac never gets ipxe.efi from the tftp server, and just goes from a blinking world to a blinking question-mark folder. Please reply with how much you are going to charge me to get this done and how long is going to take you.
Skills: Embedded Linux Mac OSX Administration