We do a lot of cool things here at Hallandales. We keep up with the cutting edge of technology to build or rebuild 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.
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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT) has been used by doctors for their patients in Russia for the past 75 years. PEMF machines are designed to apply magnetic pulses to your body's cells to faciliate healing.
PEMF machines are also used by sports teams to shorten the down time for injured players.
We were asked by users of certain machines to build a viewer to ensure that their patients were receiving the proper healing pulses.
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.
We did a lot of flight testing and component reliabily testing and now the design of ADS-B receiver is finalized.
Tired of having your iPad and USB powered devices going dead while in flight, even though you are plugged into a USB power adaptor.
The "off the shelf" USB power adaptors do not put out the needed 3.0 amps needed to keep the batteries charged and run the devices, and some of them radiate a spurious signal which produces noise in your radios.
One of our latest projects is to modernize a Chirotron, which was manufactured in Seattle in the 80's.
The Chirotron was a 4 or 6 place bilateral scale that measured the foot pressure and the sway when a patient stood on it.
They were very well built, but the company faded away and service is no longer available. I was asked to modernize one for a clinic in Washington State.
It is based on the lastest Internet Of Things technology. The scale is operated via the Internet using a customized web site for taking and storing patient weighing history.
It can be operated by any interent device, a tablet, smart phone or desktop computer.
If you are a Chiroprator and have one of these units we can modernize it for you, with wireless tablet interface and custom software.