• Prototype development

    Prototype development

  • Complex Database Analysis and Research

    Complex Database Analysis and Research

Track and Trace Systems

Track and Trace Systems

Track and trace systems for manufacturing, customer service and other applications. Consulting and implementation services available.

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Data Integration and Analysis

Data Integration and Analysis

Research and development into the integration of cloud-based databases with large-scale track-and-trace applications. The databases integrate data both from traditional barcode-based applications and remote RTU sensors to provide a real-time view of processes.
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Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing

Lean manufacturing consulting services. Design and implementation including process audit experience and support.
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Prototype Development

Prototype Development

HWCLabs can take your idea and produce a proof-of-concept prototype. Prototypes are a necessity for attracting investors and customers. The working prototype enhances your presentation for crowd funding sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Rapid prototyping and lean methodologies assure rapid implementations at a reasonable cost. Prototypes are developed with flexible design to allow for iterations based on customer, investor and designer feedback.
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HWCLabs Research Awards – 2017 Recipients

HWCLabs is pleased to announce the recipients of two research/creative activity awards for graduate students at Eastern Illinois University. These annual awards, sponsored by HWCLabs, are given to graduate students who undertake research studies related to or using technology.

This year’s recipients are Beluchukwu Ebede and Ashleigh Cable.

Beluchukwu Ebede is a Masters Candidate in Technology and his research project was “Deep Network Analysis for Security Using WireShark“.

Ashleigh Cable is a Masters Candidate in Biological Sciences  and here research project was “Quantifying Roosting Ecology of Little Brown Bats (Myotis lucifugus) and Tri-colored bats (Perimyotis subflavus) on Multiple Scales in Fragmented Illinois“.

Congratulations to both of these recipients!