Tag Archives: proof-of-concept

ViON Forms Strategic Partnership with Cyemptive Technologies to Advance Enterprise Cloud; Tom Frana Quoted

Tom Frana

ViON Corporation has entered into a strategic partnership with Cyemptive Technologies to provide an Enterprise Cloud solution. ViON and Cyemptive support all stages of implementation, including Proof of Concept (POC), staging, on-site installation and Professional, Managed and Support Services. RING will provide comprehensive, native AWS S3 API compatibility to ensure all cloud applications that run on AWS can also run on RING.

Read More »

Synthetik Secures DHS Funds for Object Recognition Prototype Dev’t

Texas-based startup company Synthetik Applied Technologies has been awarded a nearly $200K contract from the Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate to create an artificial intelligence-based object recognition prototype for the Transportation Security Administration.

Read More »

GSA Extends Bid Submission Deadline for E-Marketplace Solicitation; Laura Stanton Quoted

The General Services Administration moved to extend for another two weeks the deadline for responses to its solicitation for e-commerce platforms after it received more than 70 questions from industry regarding the request for proposals, Federal News Network reported Monday.

Read More »

Laura Stanton: GSA’s E-Commerce Proof-of-Concept Seeks to Capture Spending Data Related to Micro-Purchases

Laura Stanton, deputy assistant commissioner for category management at the General Services Administration, said a plan to field an e-marketplace platform seeks to provide GSA and other agencies better visibility into their spending, Federal Times reported Friday.

Read More »

Doug Weber: DARPA, UW-Madison Develop Tool to Study Brain Activity

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has developed a proof-of-concept instrument in an effort to leverage both electrical and optical approaches to stimulate and study the brain’s neural network activity. DARPA said Monday it partnered with the University of Wisconsin at Madison to create a graphene-based tool as part of the agency’s Reliable Neural-Interface Technology program. Graphene works to …

Read More »