Compliance Innovations, a startup SC-Launch company seeks to engage two students part-time to assist them in their product development work related to an electronic license plate and system communicating with it. They are looking for a student[s] with the following background and could be undergraduate or masters student interested in earning extra income plus an interesting project. www.complianceinnovations.com
Student 1 - Looking for someone with a background in computer science (general knowledge) and the knowledge of serial communications between devices with Linux operating systems and circuit board serial communications. Skill Set - General circuitry, serial communication protocols including USB 2.0 and RS-232, knowledge of Linux serial drivers as well as communication ports, and hands-on circuit building skills.
Student 2 - We need someone proficient in Python scripting with a strong computer science background. This person will be programming the management of the serial (circuit) communications and a Linux Gumstix OS USB/serial port. Skill Set - Python Scripting Language, general understanding of AT serial modem commands, general serial communications. Knowledge of power management strategies from device, specifically cellular, would be a bonus.
The students would work closely with two in Compliance Innovations principals, Brian Bannister & Rob Parks.
Brian has 13+ years overall IT experience: database design, systems integration, systems analysis; 6+ years working with digital imaging; State Law Enforcement Dept. facial recognition team; 4+ years with SC-DMV developing various IT solutions; Computer Science graduate of Lander University.
Rob has 15+ years of computer engineering, equipment and information technology experience. A USC computer science graduate, he has been Director of New Technologies, GroupSouth Software; Senior Systems Analyst, SC-DOSServices; Senior Systems Analyst, SC-DMV; Applications Development Mgr/Senior Architect, Trumbull-Services.