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Prostage S.L.
Brainsystem developed the hard- and software for the StageWire® technology for the European company Prostage. StageWire is a bus system that enables several remote controllers and receivers to communicate with each other via single, standard microphone cables. StageWire is four times faster than the MIDI standard. Furthermore, the remote controllers are powered over the microphone cable. StageWire was developed especially for use on stage.
http://www.prostage.eu

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Alcotrack Pty. Ltd.
BrainSystems designed the hardware for our "RFID Video Poker Table" system. The system consist of a RFID reader module, a 16 channel RFID multiplexer, a 5 port USB hub and up to 16 RFID reader antennas. The system works perfectly and is currently beeing sold worldwide over the internet as a kit. BrainSystems did an excellent job in designing and engineering this product from conception all the way trough to production. We happily recommend BrainSystems and we will use them again for our next project.

Andrew Milner, Alcotrack Pty Ltd, Perth, Western Austraila
http://videopokertable.net

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Clev-A Garden Ltd.
Normally electronic engineers are very technical people. We found however, Reto from BrainSystems not only to be very competent in his field, but more importantly very creative, flexible and easy to work with. Nothing was too much trouble while were developing a product for the world market. I worked with Reto for 4 years and never had any issues that couldn't be resolved. We gave tight deadlines and Brainsystems went to great length to meet them. We have no hesitation in recommending BrainSytems and looking forward to working with them soon again on another large project.

David Copping, Director Clev-A Garden Ltd., Perth, Western Australia

  Alcotrack references


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