Harbor Light Software received a grant from the Keystone Innovations Zone to work with college students from Lehigh University in the development of an electronic fish measuring board. This effort, in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division, sought to develop a Bluetooth device to collect biological data using an electronic board. Students were from a wide range of backgrounds including Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Electronic and Plastic Engineers and Computer Science. These students worked together over 4 semesters to develop a cost effective electronic measuring board able to be used at sea in harsh conditions. These students worked on everything from market feasibility, to cost per unit, to the design and engineering of the board. HLS was thankful to have such bright students on our team and gained a great deal of knowledge from the students efforts.