TROY, MI, May 10, 2017—RIIS integrates ETA Detroit, a mobile app for Detroit public transit system, with Amazon Alexa. The new Transit Detroit skill for Alexa will make it easier for transit riders in Detroit to ask when the next bus is coming to their nearest stop without lifting a finger.
Go Detroit is an innovation challenge, sponsored by Ford, designed to stimulate new ideas and find better ways to connect Detroit communities through mobile solutions. The challenge was to identify transportation issues faced by Detroiters and provide mobile app solutions to improve safety, access and availability of transportation solutions.
Agile Swift, released by Apress and available for purchase and digital download at Apress and Amazon.com, details Swift Programming Using Agile Tools and Techniques.
(Troy, MI) RIIS, LLC, an IT services firm specializing in mobile application development and professional services announced a Social Networking App for patients that they recently developed for the Healthcare system.
Report details which popular dating apps on the Android platform are safe to take home to mom, and which should receive a Dear John letter.
RIIS has been retained by Dearborn Heights based nonprofit, Vista Maria, to develop and implement a comprehensive information technology optimization strategy and roadmap. Operating in the role of outsourced IT Management, RIIS consultants have delivered immediate value by auditing telephone infrastructure and utilization data.
Agile Android, released today by Apress and available for purchase and digital download at Apress and Amazon.com, details new unit testing capabilities in the recently released version of Android Studio and addresses the gap in documentation supporting the discipline.
RIIS’ Apprentice team demonstrated their development excellence at the Context.IO Hackathon earning the coveted Large Organization Recognition Award.
RIIS has teamed up with Tableau, a global leader in rapid-fire, easy-to-use business analytics software. “Tableau brings a lot to the RIIS line up and we are proud to announce our alliance partnership with them.
Robofest is a festival of competitions and events with autonomous robots that encourages students to have fun while learning principles of physical science, computer science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), Computing, and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).