We do a lot of cool things here at Hallandales. We keep up with the cutting edge of technology to build cool products and web sites for our customers.
We're in the aerospace world and saw a need for a more up-to-date classified ad web site for selling aircraft and aircraft parts.
We use cell phone text messaging and/or email to inform you when your ad has been viewed, when and from where. Load up to 12 pictures, 1200 character rich text for ad content and much, much more at one low monthly fee.
So if you are in the market for an airplane or aircraft parts, or wish to sell anything aviation then go to our turbo charged classified ad page:
Sounds too good to be true, well it really isn't. OSMC has been around for a while, but until now we didn't have the hardware available to make it compact and easy to use for the average user.
So we've done all the research, coding and work putting it all together so you can enjoy countless hours of commercial free movies and television shows from yesteryear up to today. You can even use a smart phone or tablet as a remote control!
We've moved into one of the coolest realms in latest technology; 3D printing. It has finally come of age, thanks to all the folks in the past number of years who provided the "Open Source" RepRap hardware and software to make it all possible.
We can build any online program you may need to enhance or run your business, and as a plus we provide you with a low cost web service. We program in almost any language for quickly building low cost Web Applications. Contact us for a free quotation. Check the 'About Us' menu item to view our credentials.
We recently teamed up with the Sheridan Cattle Ranch in Colorado to build a water control system to control the water pumps, where the pumps and storage tanks are separated by over 4 miles of mountainous terrain.
We can go the distance with VHF repeater systems, cell phone answering systems and other advanced technologies. Remember that almost anything you can imagine we can accomplish.
If you are in need of a specialized control system that actually works, give us a call.
For pilots using an iPad or tablet running navigation software such as Foreflight, Wing X, Fly Q and others, we are putting together a low cost ADS-B In receiver called a Stratux as described in this EAA Chapter 538 document.
The article describes the use of a small portable antenna, but the pilots out at Eagle Roost in Arizona are having trouble receiving ADS-B towers unless they go quite high.
Flight testing is complete and we now have the final design ready.