NASA has selected Adventium for Phase 2 of its project titled "Constraint-Checking Editor for Procedure Tracking (ConCEPT)." Led by Dr. Mark Boddy, this $750K Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project will develop technology to support NASA mission operations.
Adventium Labs' founder and security expert Brian Isle was consulted by the Star Tribune for articles related to some recent, high profile cyber security breaches.
Dr. Lindsey Hillesheim has been named to the Defense Alliance Advisory Board. The Defense Alliance's mission is to network and expand the defense industry job and technology base of the Upper Midwest and promote the region's innovative contributions to the nation's defense. The Advisory Board is comprised of a diverse set of experts covering technology, research, and business and helps to guide Defense Alliance strategy.
Adventium and its division Andamio Games sponsored and exhibited at the 3rd Annual Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) STEM Expo held on February 12th, 2014. The Expo provided hands-on, interactive Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) activities for middle school students to increase their awareness and interest in STEM-related career opportunities across Minnesota. MPS sixth graders and some seventh graders attended.
An article written by Adventium Labs is featured in Arrow Electronics' Intelligent Systems Quarterly News (Volume #2, Security Focus). The article, titled "Adventium Labs - Securing Embedded Systems in a Networked World", provides insight into assessing and mitigating security risk with embedded systems. Click here to read the article.
Paul Hed, member of the National Geospatial Agency's (NGA) Motion Imagery Standards Board, completed a new standard (ST1204.1) for ensuring proper Sensor and Platform (e.g. Unmanned Aerial Systems - UAS) Identification for all government Motion Imagery (i.e. Video) Systems. This standard was recently approved by the Motion Imagery Standards Board and will be incorporated in new and upgraded DoD systems in the coming years.
Adventium was awarded a patent today for its virtualized cross domain information sharing technology called XEBHRA™. The patent, titled Multi-Domain Information Sharing (Patent #8,590,005), is an innovative method to guarantee that traffic between domains only goes through a guard, where both domains and the guard are hosted as virtual machines on the same hypervisor. This is a key step towards enabling virtualized cross domain transfer solutions.
Ken Hoyme, co-chair of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) Medical Device Security Working Group, was featured in this month's Advancing Safety in Medical Technology News. See http://www.aami.org/publications/aaminews/Nov2013/Inprofile_Ken_Hoyme.html
Adventium has recently updated its financial management system to position itself for continued growth. The implementation of our JAMIS system went smoothly and has been featured in a JAMIS news release. See http://www.prweb.com/releases/AdventiumLabs/selectsJAMIS/prweb11289628.htm
On several recent projects, Adventium has been making significant progress in research related to space and aviation safety. As part of NASA’s Leading Edge Aeronautics Research for NASA (LEARN) program, Adventium is developing a means to make effective use of multi-core processors and advanced communications networks. Adventium’s SPICA resource allocation and scheduling tool will enable vast improvements in the performance, efficiency, safety, and dependability of complex avionics systems.