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Media Release
Release Date: June 19, 2017

Camosun College's Computer Systems Technology students will showcase their capstone projects to potential employers and the public. Now, at the culmination of their program (now offered as Information and Computer Systems), these students possess the abilities to design and create exciting and innovative projects.

The event includes two guest speakers: Noah Warder, Operations Manager at Sendwithus and Brandon Ellis, Chief Technology Officer at Checkfront Inc. This is a great event to network with up-and-coming technologists and check out their software development projects.

Public and media are welcome to attend. There is no cost for admission and guests are encouraged to pre-register online. Refreshments will be provided.

A special thank you goes to all the project sponsors, event sponsors, and Camosun faculty for their great efforts and generous contributions to make the Symposium a success.

More details and registration are available online at

Descriptions of the project on display follow.


Saryta Schaerer, M.Sc.
Program Chair, Computer Science
Camosun College

Capstone Symposium Project Descriptions

  • Telmediq Drive - a HIPAA compliant Android cloud storage application for United States healthcare professionals to securely store medical files and images.
  • The Student Queue Project  - a tool that allows lab instructors to classify and queue assistance requests from students in an organised and efficient fashion.
  • Learning to Love Reading Project - a prototype of a literacy learning mobile application targeted at children with autism.
  • IndyKey Digital Predictive Dashboard - a predictive platform for IndyKey’s clients to increase their revenues by using historical hotel data to predict future occupancy.
  • Checktron Desktop Application - A desktop application that mirrors the existing Checkfront website.
  • Car Compound - A car lot configuration and management system for car dealers.
  • StackButton v1.0 - an application designed for DevOps that delivers an easy-to-deploy, central monitoring system for cloud-based services.
  • Awesominds - An online educational game that uses course content and an easy-to-use interface to engage students and instructors alike. 
  • Lekwungen Community Portal - serves the Songhees community as a job board and storage place for culturally significant content such as songs, stories, and family trees. 
  • Time Off Request System - An integrated time-off request system with notifications and approval tracking.
  • CR App - An application used to access a database of sales and property data for real estate appraisal.
  • MyClassOnline - A centralized website to help keep track of parent contact information.
  • Pixel Cents Web Application - a web application to help photographers keep track of their revenue goals and business status accurately and efficiently.

Capstone 2016 project StackButton

Student projects from Capstone 2016.

Last updated: June 19, 2017 2:39 pm

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