Andamio Games, a division of Adventium Labs, is proud to announce it has successfully raised nearly $26,000 via Kickstarter, the popular crowdfunding platform, to further develop its iNeuron™ mobile application. iNeuron is a mobile application to teach high school students neuroscience. It was developed over the course of a 2‐year grant from the National Institute on Mental Health and in collaboration with scientists from the University of Minnesota. It teaches neuroscience concepts while students work alone and in groups to solve challenges using their mobile devices.
They did a fantastic job of capturing what our collaborative approach to mobile device-based education could become and the urgency of making it available to teachers via our Kickstarter campaign.
This week at Citrix Synergy 2013 (http://www.citrix.com/events/citrix-synergy-2013-anaheim-california.html) in Los Angeles, CA, Adventium Labs will be unveiling the Virtual Cyber Defender – Introspection Appliance (VCD-IA). Packaged as an easy-to-install extension pack for Citrix XenClient XT®, VCD-IA™ represents a new paradigm for providing cyber defenses.
Andamio Games, a division of Adventium Labs, announced today that it has launched its Kickstarter project to develop iNeuron™ for the iTunes store. iNeuron is an educational, mobile device game that teaches neuroscience concepts while students collaborate to solve challenges.
The goal is to have it on the iTunes store in time for the beginning of the 2013-14 school year. If this base goal is met, a range of other capabilities are possible including support for other grades, additional devices, and other languages.
Adventium Labs announced today that it has created a new division, called Andamio Games, to provide collaborative educational games for mobile devices, including handhelds and tablets. The games developed by Andamio Games will meet educational standards and take full advantage of the capabilities in mobile computing.
Adventium is proud to sponsor the AAAI-13 Workshop on Expanding the Boundaries of Health Informatics Using AI (HIAI). The workshop will be held at the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-13) in Bellevue, WA July 14-15 2013. The workshop is co-organized by Dr. Martin Michalowski and its purpose is to bring together health informatics researchers working on AI research and AI researchers working on methodological research applied to health informatics.
In collaboration with an international team of scientists, Dr. Martin Michalowski developed a new method to identify and mitigate adverse interactions (drug–drug or drug–disease) for patients with comorbid diseases that are treated according to two concurrently applied clinical practice guidelines. Their work was published in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics.
Adventium Labs and Primordial today announced that they have reached a milestone in their ongoing two-year DARPA-funded research effort to develop the next generation of route planning technology. Led by Adventium, the team met their Year 1 milestone to demonstrate a prototype system that uses the experience gathered from routes that people actually follow (as opposed to the routes generated by the computer) to automatically improve the quality of route plans provided.
Adventium is proud to sponsor the 2012 Cyber Security Summit in Minneapolis, Minnesota, running October 9th through the 10th. Cyber Security is critical to regional economic resiliency and to National critical infrastructure. The summit will bring together leaders from government, business, and non-profit sectors for collaboration on the issues of cyber security and for the conception of new, innovative counter measures against cyber threats.
Robotics Alley is designed to raise the profile of the central United States in the global robotics industry. Adventium is among these companies working on some of the most innovative and promising robotics projects. For example, Adventium's MiCART technology allows a robotics control system to robustly share computing resources with less critical software systems operating on the robot. For more information, please visit roboticsalley.org.