3rd Annual Websmith Group Student Innovation Project in Partnership with ECPI University & Mantis STEM

In less than 5 weeks, the members of Team Omnipotense developed an innovative mobile app which integrates with the MantisOpenStem Climate sensor and reads and catalogues all available environmental settings. Both student teams developed solutions which included a detailed configuration panel and included mobile and email notifications for environmental readings which exceed a user-determined minimum and maximum threshold. The stated target audience for the solution included industrial settings (garages), agriculture (greenhouses) and consumer (cigar/humidors).

First Fridays Art Walk Featuring Richmond’s Emerging Student Artists

First Fridays Art Walk Featuring Richmond’s Emerging Student Artists Websmith is excited to present the beautiful artwork of Richmond’s emerging student artists for our March 4th Art Walk! Downtown Richmond’s monthly art walk happens year-round on the First Friday of every month. We are proud members of the downtown Richmond community and look forward to sharing and supporting local and regional…

RVA Art Walk with Derrel Todd

RVA Art Walk with Derrel Todd Websmith Group is excited to announce that international photographer, Derrel Todd, will be our featured artist for our November 6th Art Walk! Downtown Richmond’s monthly art walk happens year-round on the First Friday of every month. We are proud members of the downtown Richmond community and look forward to sharing…

Websmith Group Sponsors 2015 VCU RamHacks

Websmith Group was proud to be a returning sponsor for this year’s 2015 RamHacks event. RamHacks is student-organized 24-hour programming marathon that is hosted by the VCU School of Engineering. University students from the Virginia region gathered over a weekend to collaborate as teams in order to meet the unique challenges posed by RamHacks sponsors. Students spent a weekend designing, programming, and building their applications and hardware. Websmith was one of several sponsors from leading technology industries who selected and judged the best student teams that met each technology challenge.