Adventium Labs added another $1 million to its research initiative into the safety and security of medical devices, bringing the total raised to nearly $4 million since 2015. The new funds are from the Army to develop software to analyze the safety and security of networks of interoperating medical devices.
The USPTO issued two patents to Adventium on November 1st related to its security-oriented virtualization research. U.S. Patent 9,485,218 describes a device for preventing and responding to security threats. Patent 9,483,302 describes a means for coordinating cyber defenses in a virtualized computing environment. These bring the total patent portfolio supporting Adventium's Magrana® technology to five issued patents with other patents pending.
Adventium's Todd Carpenter is volunteering at the Final Fly-off in Virginia for the 2016 Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) on May 14. TARC is the world’s largest student rocket contest and a key piece of the aerospace and defense industry’s strategy to build a stronger U.S. workforce in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Adventium's poster titled "Frankencode: Creating Diverse Programs Using Code Clones" and presented by Hayley Borck was awarded the Best Poster at the 2016 IEEE 23nd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering (SANER). Read the accompanying paper here.
The 40th Anniversary issue of NASA Tech Briefs covered Adventium's work to provide Fault Management (FM) trade space exploration and rigorous performance constraint checking for FM strategies of complex cyber-physical systems. The full article can be read here.