Toronto, Canada, 7 April, 2017 – LAVA Computer MFG Inc., a manufacturer of commercial connectivity solutions for tablets, computing interfaces, and embedded IoT/M2M devices, announced the next step in LAVA’s commercial connectivity strategy with the introduction of eSIMULCHARGE™ a multi-purpose and 24/7 healthy charging Samsung Tablet Adapter.
LAVA’s SimulCharge: An integral component for interactive experience and “live” content streaming at Melbourne Stadium. Located in the heart of Melbourne, Etihad Stadium has hosted more than 35 million fans since its opening in 2000. To keep the attendance numbers up, the stadium is continuously innovating to exceed customer expectations. In early 2015 the stadium
Challenges in attempting to commercialize a consumer product A few years ago LAVA was approached by a customer to develop a solution for utilizing an Android tablet as a low-cost controller along with several USB peripherals. Since then a number of LAVA products have been developed which rely on a feature found in certain Samsung
Why does LAVA only support Samsung Tablets? A few years ago LAVA was approached by a customer to develop a solution for utilizing an Android tablet as a low-cost controller, in conjunction with several USB peripherals. The project required that the tablet operates in USB Host mode with 24/7 functionality. This early product was the
Overview A few years back LAVA looked into the possibility of using an Android tablet as a low-cost control panel for a Thermostat control system with a series of network sensors. These discussions began after we were approached by a customer to develop a solution for a tablet-based loyalty system and as fate would have
OK, remember how the last part ended? NO! well, something like this: So where does RBM come in? To explain that one we need to delve into some history and “blow our own horn”. And we continue: Here goes (the horn blowing part): In 2014 Lava was the “proud winner” of a contract to supply
This week at LAVA, we had a board meeting where we discussed the new “Simple Overcharge Protection device for a phone” product that the LAVA team is currently working on. Product Background: LAVA Computer MFG designs and manufactures computing interfaces and devices – generally for commercial use (in applications where the end-user is generally unaware
Low-pressure molding is a relatively new process (to North Americans) that aims to encapsulate sensitive electronics using a polyamide material. The process was discovered in Germany in the 70’s as a result of the observed effectiveness of using hot melt glue (a polyamide) to strain relieve electrical connections on printed circuit boards (PCBs).
The original reason this project came through our doors was that SCI wanted to extend the life of the batteries in the tablets that are at the heart of their AED training kiosks. They asked Samsung for a solution and were referred to Lava and our battery modulation technology. It was then found that their