We are looking for an embedded systems engineer that has experience with the TI CC3000 WiFi chip. Or someone that is confident that they would be able to develop for this chip with ease.
We have designed a special lamp that runs on a timer. When the timer is finished we want to receive a communication via the internet that one operating cycle has completed. We also want to receive a communication if the cycle is unable to initiate due to a problem or a broken light bulb.
Alternatively we could use another WiFi enabled chip, but we are looking for a chip that is very easy to sign on to a WiFi network.
If you are able to create the server side technology capable of logging all activity from the device, that would be a plus.
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