South Coast Angel Fund Portfolio Company Wins Big at CES

Camgian MicrosystemsCamgian Microsystems, which is a portfolio company of the New Orleans-based South Coast Angel Fund, recently took home an award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for its Internet of Things (IoT) product Egburt. Compass Intelligence named Egburt winner of the 2015 A-List Internet of Things Company of Excellence Award for IoT Innovative Product of the Year.

Now over a decade old, the A-List awards were established to recognize hardware, software, and service organizations that represent the transformational impact that M2M and IoT bring to businesses and consumers across a range of categories.

Camgian designs, fabricates, and fields semiconductor modules, boards, and chips for targeted markets including the military, homeland security, industrial, commercial, and medical. The newly released Egburt allows for multi-sensor network solutions to be built and configured effectively without the need for computer scientists and technologists, according to the company.

“We are honored that Egburt continues to win awards and receive recognition for its numerous innovations from IoT experts like Compass Intelligence,” said Gary Butler, Chairman and CEO of Camgian. “Egburt simplifies IoT deployments and delivers actionable information to users in a simple, clear and easy-to-use way.”

“Egburt has removed the complexities of building IoT solutions for various markets by making the configuration process more simplistic and easier for enterprises to implement,” explains Darren Raybourn, VP of Product Management at Camgian. The product is focused on the retail industry because of the high demand and need to monitor equipment. “Initial results in the retail space have shown to provide an ROI in less than 3 months,” Raybourn continued.

Camgian also won two other awards this past month including CIO Review’s Top 50 Most Promising IoT Company and Cloud Computing Product of the Year.