The Centre of Excellence in Mobile Applications and Services (CEMAS) will be exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress on Monday 25th to Thursday 28th February in Barcelona, to launch a Spanish language application and showcase a number of its successful collaborations with Welsh businesses.
The Centre of Excellence in Mobile Applications and Services (CEMAS) is part funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) established at the University of Glamorgan in South Wales.
CEMAS is able to help eligible Small and Medium size Enterprises (SMEs) and start-up companies in Wales develop, test and find a route to market for their app through a fully funded development programme. The dedicated team of developers at CEMAS are able to help eligible companies develop their app on a range of platforms including iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone.
The exhibition will be an opportunity to showcase the Spanish language application created by DX Languages based in Caerphilly, South Wales and CEMAS, which teaches users to speak Spanish via a murder mystery game format.
Martin Spicer, CEMAS Commercial Manager, said, ‘This exhibition is a fantastic platform for Welsh SMEs to demonstrate to a worldwide audience what can be achieved, when Welsh businesses and Universities work together in a creative manner.”
Michelle Rooney, Director of DX Languages said, “Working with CEMAS has been nothing but positive from start to finish…the developing team are professionals and have taken my vision for a second language iPad app to new dimensions which I could only have dreamed of.”