Brian Isle presented "The Human Side of Cyber Events" and was a panel member discussing Smart Grid Security at the November 18th mini conference at the University of Minnesota. The conference title was "Putting Minnesota on the Map: Next Steps for Building a Smart Grid Coalition in Minnesota."
News in 2009
Adventium Enterprises™, a Minneapolis-based software research and development company, announced that it has been awarded a Phase 2 Navy Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program from the Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD).
Adventium Enterprises™, a Minneapolis-based software research and development company announced that it has been awarded Phase 2 of an Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD)/Navy Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. The 21-month, $743,052 research effort will enhance the speed and ease of fielding new capabilities on safety critical systems, such as unmanned air, ground, and sea vehicles, collectively called unmanned autonomous systems (UASs).
The University of Minnesota Computer Science and Engineering department confers the Distinguished Alumni Award once every two years to a graduate of the department who has distinguished herself or himself in their profession, in a highly recognizable manner.
Dr. Bonnie Holub, Adventium CEO, has been named the 2009 recipient.
Adventium Labs™ student intern Will Groves along with other team members from the University of Minnesota and Erasmus University in Rotterdam took third place in the Supply-Chain Management competition at the annual Trading Agent Competition recently held at the International Joint Conference for Artificial Intelligence in Pasadena.
Friday, Septmber 4, 2009 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal - by Katharine Grayson, Staff Writer. This article describes a $100,000 contract Adventium Enterprises won from the National Science Foundation building on previous NASA reserach.
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The April 20, 2009 issue of Finance and Commerce featured an article title, "Tech firms seek solution to mass exodus of female employees," that cites Adventium Labs™ as a success story.
The eNeighbor product that contains technology licensed from Adventium was featured in a N.Y. Times article describing approaches to safely allowing elderly individuals to stay in their homes longer.
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