When: Monday September 24th, 2012 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.
Where: The Arnie Student Pub @ Mohawk College – 135 Fennell Avenue West
Tickets: Sign up here
DemoCamp is an event format that involves a keynote speaker, about 5 software demos which each consist of 5 minutes of actually demoing the software and 5 minutes of Q&A, followed by general socializing with the good company in attendance. Send inquiries to email@example.com.
We’ll have a keynote by Mabel’s Labels at this DemoCamp! Mabel’s Labels is a wonderful Hamilton success story, over the last 10 years the company has grown from 4 founders operating out of a basement to 40+ employees in a 14,000 sqaure foot location.
Mabel’s Labels co-founder Julie Cole (@juliecole) will talk about the history of Mabel’s Labels, how they got started, who they are, what they do, what has worked, and what challegnes they have faced.
Mabel’s Labels IT Manager Anand Sinha will then discuss why the company built software for image manipulation, why they have built their own website with their own tools, how they’ve created an end-to-end system, why their software works better than many commercially available products, what they’ve done to improve production through automation, as well as challanges the company continues to face and how Mabel’s Labels is solving these challenges.
Weever Apps (@WeeverApps) will demo the exciting new MyHamilton app that will highlight jobs, events, accommodations and transportation in downtown Hamilton. The Hamilton Map App is the result of a partnership between The City of Hamilton, McMaster University, Columbia International College, Mohawk College and Weever Apps.
Apptui – The Remote Control For Your Online Life. Apptui lets you watch, play, and surf everything on a big screen, using your smartphone as the mouse, touchpad, keyboard, custom interface or game controller. Other apps may let you do very specific things with your PC and connected TV, and nothing else. Apptui lets you do everything, from one app, using nothing more than your phone’s browser. Put your feet up at home, and just go! Apptui is fast, secure, and awesome.
REfficient (@REfficient) is an online reuse marketplace for businesses – allowing you to go shopping in another companies’ surplus inventory. By optimizing reuse, companies save money on equipment purchases and keep product out of landfills.
Eventity.ca (@EventityCa) – “Social Discovery in your Community” – a web app designed to help discover what people are planning, doing, and recommending across the city. It provides a centralized way to search for events from sources such as Facebook, Tourism Hamilton, Tourism Burlington, View Magazine, SNAP Hamilton, Hamilton News, and Kijiji.
Hamilton Times is a collaborative open-data repository of public events for the city of Hamilton. A centralized pool of accessible data allows sites, individuals, researchers, and developers to make use of only what they require, while novel ingest methods aim to lower the technological barriers to participation. With the initial stages of the project complete, and several community stakeholders already involved, it seeks to further expand with additional developer support. Demo by Dwayne Ali (@interestica) and John Fink (@adr).
A HAZMAT robot designed to assess an environment in real time to assure its safety before personnel enter the area. With a simple interface anyone who has played a video game can drive it. Demo by Roboteurs (@roboteurs).