Amper is the first electronic device to transform any longboard into a smart motorized vehicle. The installed Bluetooth connection allows any smartphone to control the throttle and brakes through the app.
Users can set parameters (speed, brakes, acceleration) and collect stats and graphics of completed trips (distance covered, roadmap and time).
In collaboration with IBM Bluemix, Wolox developed both the image and voice recognition feature of the app.
AMPL is the first smart bag prepared to charge and protect all electronic devices. Created by ex-Sony engineers, its system consists of a server and internal battery connected via Bluetooth to a mobile application available for Android and iOS.
AMPL monitors and controls the charge of the devices directly from the app, without opening a zipper. It keeps your gear safe with innovative shock absorbers and a water-resistant coating.
Wolox developed the iOS application and the Node API that runs embedded in the server inside the bag.
ArHock is an Augmented Reality mobile app that puts a twist on the classic game of Air Hockey.
The game is a prototype developed in our in-house Innovation Lab. This two player game takes on the challenge of using two tablets to create a real-time multiplayer experience that is both interactive and digitally entertaining for the user.
Born in our in-house Innovation Lab, Deglee is the first mobile application allowing users to create and share 360º videos using only the camera on their phone. No extra or expensive hardware required.
All the processing is done on the device using OpenGL.
Flimper is a certified Twitter app that assists brands to improve their sales through #hashtags. By using this app brands are able to create tailored audiences to empower Twitter Ads, increase the number of people interacting with their Twitter account, and turn their Twitter followers into customers.
Through discussions and creative campaigns, companies are able to collect necessary data about their consumer’s mentions, interactions, and engagement with their #hashtag, ultimately generating sales.
Wolox is working with Flimper to develop their web application.
Established to solve the issue of dead end traffic and extreme pollution, Green Commuter is the only all-electric vanpool provider in California and the first company to combine vanpooling and car sharing in the US.
The application provides a shared commute in an electric vehicle to solve the transportation problem in big cities as well as promote the importance of environmental care. Its goal is to help alleviate traffic and reduce the cost of commuting by maximizing the use of zero-emission fleet with the latest technology.
Wolox is developing Green Commuter´s web and Native mobile (iOS and Android) applications.
Increase simplifies the administration of a business’ income through organizing payment transaction information in a smart and secure dashboard.
By gathering data directly from credit card processors, business owners know exactly when and how much money will be deposited into their bank accounts throughout any given time period. Increase Card provides businesses key insights and analytics regarding the sales summaries of each type of card including the local time.
Wolox has been working as Increase's strategic and development partner since 2013.
Counted more than 28 million transactions and analyzed more than USD 2 billion in third party transaction as of January 2017
To be the leader of payment analytics in the region
Istali is an online system used to monitor and track the maintenance and reparation process of public construction sites. Through the platform, administrators are able to assign their employees tasks and receive updates on the progress of each construction process.
Wolox developed the web application in AngularJS and the mobile application in Android.
Mercado Libre is the 8th largest e-commerce site in the world, one of the few Argentina-based public companies listed in the NASDAQ index. For the past two years, Wolox has been collaborating with MercadoLibre on several developments, one of them being Mercado Shops.
Mercado Shops, allows users to design and create a sales-focused website on the Mercado Libre platform.
Wolox developed both the Android and iOS applications.
Meteorix, what initially started out as a simple idea in our in-house innovation lab, rapidly unfolded into a 360 VR experience in outer space, and a playful landing page.
Meteorix is a virtual reality game where, with any Cardboard, players embark on an outer space adventure. The player must dodge and shoot the meteorites to avoid losing lives. The game is designed to work on devices with gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer sensors, and the use of cardboards and headphones for a fully immersive experience.
Meteorix was developed in Unity and works on both iOS and Android.
Muzi is a Wolox Innovation labs project founded at Singularity University. Through its integrated platform that combines smartphone sensors, diagnostic testing, and AI, Muzi aims to use collective intelligence to improve accessibility, accuracy, and cost-efficiency of health diagnostics.
Its Uber-like model incentivizes and empowers ordinary citizens to become “testers” (administrators) to others, with the intention of encouraging medical check-ups and improving early diagnosis u. Ultimately, saving the lives of billions.
The Image Recognition is built on OpenCV. We built a firebase backend with a small Node server to shorten the development time.
Oliver is a smart wearable for amateur and semi-professional soccer players. With the ultimate goal of improving individual and team performance, players are able to measure and track three performance levels: athletic, health, and soccer skills during any game or training session.
Thanks to the accelerometer, gyroscope sensor and the GPS, the player can monitor their leg movements, obtain information about passes and contact he/she has had with the ball, and view their different positions on a heat map.
The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) ranks among the best in the world for their medical research and within the top five in the United States. We have been collaborating with UCSF since 2014 on on various healthcare and medical research projects - one of them being PRIME.
PRIME (Personalized Real-Time Intervention for Motivational Enhancement) is a mobile application that seeks to provide patients with on-demand coaching from clinicians, tools to meet treatment goals, and a social network of young people facing similar challenges with their mental health. The application is specifically designed to target reward-processing impairments and enhance motivation.
PRIME’s ultimate purpose is to provide a safe, supportive community for patients while encouraging them to achieve goals that improve their quality of life.
Quitbit is the first smart lighter to track cigarette consumption and assist the user in quitting smoking. The device has a built-in display that syncs wirelessly to the mobile application through Bluetooth LE.
Through the mobile app, the user can view their smoking history, set limits to how often and when the lighter can be used, save money, and obtain information to make healthier life choices. Quitbit is part of a Clinical Trial at UCSF designed to evaluate the efficacy of a cigarette reduction intervention.
Wolox collaborated with Quitbit to make the Rails API and Android application.