In July 1999, Joe Barbetta had an inspiration, while on top of the Great Pyramid
in Egypt, to design the best measurement and control software. *
At the time, his fuel cell controller boards were being used in one of the first
hydrogen cars and various military and government projects, but they used a simple serial text interface.
HTML, and CSS, his software has evolved into a rich development and simulation environment
with its own graphical programming language and IOT (Internet of Things) capabilities.
Joe Barbetta has also been an adjunct professor at Stevens Institute of
Technology since 1997 and has been mentoring high school seniors from the Bergen Acadamies
since 2000. He can be found in his lab in the Englewood, NJ industrial park.
* To climb the Great Pyramid itís best to hide in the ruins near the boat house
until closing and then, with great care, climb the North-West corner. The pyramid's faces
are more dangerous to climb.