About Us

Isomer Programming LLC, Hampton, VA.

Integration Capabilities:

    • Mobile Device Clients (Android, iOS, select Windows embedded devices)
    • Microcontroller Applications (Raspberry Pi, Arduino)
    • Workstation Client Applications (Windows, Linux, Web-based)
    • Peripheral Device Integration (USB/bluetooth)
    • Client/Server Architecture Development (COTS OR new non-COTS solutions for interaction between client programs and server backends)
    • Negotiable transfer of source code to customer and maintenance support

Research Focus:

    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Neurobiological Analysis
    • Home Automation
    • Microcontroller/embedded device solutions

Integration Tools:

    • Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio .NET IDE, XCode IDE
    • C/C++/C++.NET/C#.NET
    • Android SDK / iOS SDK
    • Java/Javabean/Javascript
    • Microcontrollers: Arduino Compatible, Raspberry Pi
    • PL/SQL
  • Component Object Model (COM)
    • Third Party Device Library Integration (DLL)
    • VirtualBox/VMWare server virtualization
    • Microsoft Speech SDK
    • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) / XAML
    • Server Packages (ASP/ASP.NET, Apache Axis2, Apache CXF, Apache Web Server, Certificate Authority, Bugzilla, CGI, CVS, FTP, GIT, IBM Websphere, IIS, JSP, Oracle Forms, PHP, SFTP, SSH, SVN Subversion, Tomcat Application Server, XML, XML-RPC)
    • Database Packages (Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL)

Pictures:

Our Open-Source InMoov Robot:

Our Open-Source LulzBot TAZ 3 3D Printer:

History of Isomer Programming LLC:

Matthew Rodgers, founder, wrote the original AIB Artificial Intelligence Being 1.0 in 2000 with Borland Turbo C++, later releasing AIB 2.0 in 2002 with a better A.I., interface, text-to-speech, and speech synthesis. AIB has won multiple awards including the 1st Place 2005 Best Learning Bot in the Chatterbox Challenge. In 2007, Isomer Programming released Isomer ENS (Emergency Notification System), a collection of programs used to send notification emails and monitor the desktops of designated emergency machines during a crisis. Current research efforts are concentrated on AARON (Advanced Artificial intelligence ReasOning Network, a biologically simulated A.I.), and android development with bleeding-edge peripherals (such as the NeuroSky Mindwave Mobile or the IOIOMint Arduino Microcontroller). Isomer Programming LLC is a registered limited liability company in Delaware with a foreign entity license in Virginia.