On September 7–9, Auriga’s experts participated in CTIA Super Mobility 2016, one of the world’s largest wireless communications technology exhibitions, held at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. The event attracted over 30,000 professionals from across the mobile industry and more than 1,000 exhibitors from all over the world.
This year, the participants could experience the entire wireless ecosystem. The show floor was transformed into a Smart City, representing all the aspects of the connected life. The attendees could see practical applications of “everything wireless”—AR/VR, connected cars, homes, offices, health, drones, networks, media, and retail. One could not help but notice how wireless innovation is changing every part of our daily lives.
All three days were packed with inspiring keynotes, education sessions, co-located industry partner events, and interactive experiences in one smart, connected space. The event covered a number of exciting hot topics, from 5G and industrial IoT to mHealth and cybersecurity, and provided a brilliant opportunity to discuss innovative trends with the best industry gurus and the most prominent futurists.
Marc Schlackman, Auriga’s Sales Director, shared his views on the event:
It is a great feeling to be at the heart of the mobile universe and explore every segment of the trillion-dollar mobile ecosystem. The CTIA Super Mobility Conference in Las Vegas is an outstanding platform for networking, sharing ideas, and discussing the latest developments in the wireless technology space.
Auriga’s Experience in Mobile Applications Development
In the mobile/wireless area, Auriga creates applications, builds engineering teams, and performs software projects for enterprises and technology product vendors (conceptualization, porting, maintenance, automated testing, etc.) for various platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Symbian, Bada, Tizen, all flavors of Linux, various RTOSs).
Auriga works with a great number of clients, from startups to market majors, and focuses on the following:
- Native apps & clients for web services
- Cross-platform support: porting, maintenance, sustaining engineering
- Adding rich media streaming and transcoding functionality
- Mobile system-level development
- Connectivity: supporting new protocols/communication channels
- Location-based services, geopositioning, POI
- Internet of Things, wearables
You can find additional information on Auriga’s experience in mobile development on our website.