Aequilibrium builds beautiful digital experiences

February 22, 2016 |

The word craftsmanship is usually reserved for those who create gleaming oak cabinets or distill award-winning spirits. But, Adrian Moise, the founder of Aequilibrium, likes the sound of it when it comes to developing digital products.

“It’s about using tech to solve complex business problems, just as you would use the same practices when you’re building something else,” Moise says.

Aequilibrium is a four-year old Vancouver-based development and design company that builds products for web, mobile and IoT (Internet of Things). Moise is a big believer in using agile and lean start-up methods to help plan and build best-in-class software and applications for a variety of clients. His career includes stints at Ubisoft and Microsoft.

One of his recent projects involved helping a client develop a freight management shipping system that works effortlessly on mobile devices, because 40 per cent of tracking is done on handhelds. Aequilibrium also works in the area of fatigue science. Right now they are developing software for a wearable device that monitors when long-haul pilots are working at peak performance and when they aren’t.

Aequilibirium is one of the ICT West team of delegate companies participating in this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. The event is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, bringing together device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners from around the world.

“Being part of ICT West, we’ve really enjoyed the opportunity to meet with like-minded people,” says Moise. “Their support, first at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas in January and now at MWC, helps us to see what is new and really cutting edge in our field.”

What’s exciting to Moise and the Aequilibirum team? Advancements in the digital and automotive industries when it comes to IoT.

“IoT is making big strides in the automotive technology. At CES, everybody who was somebody was showing off their cars and what they can do,” he says.

During his first trip to MWC, Moise is looking forward to keynote speakers that include executives from PayPal, Ford, Mercedes and Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook. He’s also excited about networking opportunities.

“It’s an opportunity to connect and learn with a 100,000 people!” he says.

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