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Mobility Workx



10504 SW 51ST LANE
(561) 306 – 4996 – Dr. Edwin Hernandez
(352) 871-1237 – Dr. Sumi Helal


1400 Preston Road, Suite 400,
Plano, Texas 75093.

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Software Development Office at EGLA COMMUNICATIONS in South Florida
751 Park of Commerce Dr. Suite 128
Boca Raton, FL, 33487

Management Team / Inventors

Edwin Hernandez LinkedinDr. Edwin A. Hernandez, Managing Partner, Founder and owner of EGLA COMMUNICATIONS a startup in South Florida with a revolutionary technology that brings Cloud and Cable TV together. The patents owned by Mobility Workx, LLC were created during his PhD dissertation at the University of Florida.  Dr. Edwin holds 10 Patents, publications, and has worked for Microsoft, Motorola, and his startup EGLA COMMUNICATIONS has been instrumental in generating revolutionary technologies for the media streaming arena as well as wireless simulation software. For additional information and Bio

Dr. Sumi Helal  Managing Partner. Fellow, IEEE, is a Professor at the Computer and Information Science and Engineering Department at the University of Florida. He is a recognized leader in the fields of Mobile and Pervasive Computing. His current research focuses on Smart Spaces (new technological enablers, architectures, ecosystem, intelligent interactions, and real-world deployments), Internet of Things (scalable cloud-sensor architectures for smart cities, IoT programmability, and city-scale IoT optimizations), and Assistive Technology (successful aging, affective and persuasive interactions, context-driven simulation, and assistive technology for the blind and hearing impaired). He is well-known for his interdisciplinary research on smart homes and Health Telematics in support of Health Care andhelal foto Aging, Disabilities, and Independence (ADI). He directs the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Laboratory in the CISE department at the University of Florida. He is co-founder and director of the Gator Tech Smart House, an experimental facility for applied research development and validation in the domain
s of elder care and health telematics. He led and directed the technology development of the NIDRR-funded Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Successful Aging (2001-2007). He is well-published, with over 280 books, book chapters, journal/transaction articles, and conference and workshop articles. For more