Syncroness, Inc., a recognized engineering leader based in Colorado, today was ranked as No. 116 in the Top 250 Private Companies in Colorado by ColoradoBiz Magazine, as measured by revenue growth. This is the fifth year Syncroness has been honored on the top private companies list in Colorado.
Automated unit testing is considered a key practice for delivering quality software in many software development circles. But it’s a practice that’s been slow to gain traction in the embedded software space. That slow uptake is partly due to the unique challenges of writing software that may be tightly bound to the underlying hardware, and partly due to the lack of unit testing tools aimed at the C programming language most commonly used for embedded development.
The Syncroness Community Outreach Committee encourages employees to give back to the community. We volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, Food Bank of the Rockies, Bonfils Blood Drives, National MS Society, Hope House, Boy Scouts of America, Boulder Community Hospital, George Karl Foundation, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Children’s Hospital Colorado.
You have an exciting idea for a new product that you’re pretty sure the market is screaming out for. You’ve got the capital to bring at least a minimum viable version of that product to the market, so that you can test the waters and raise additional capital. Now you just need some engineers to convert that product from an idea into a reality. Should you build your own team of engineers? Or does it make more sense to engage with a product development company like Syncroness?
To me, Agile most importantly means continuous delivery. When working on a product (software or otherwise) we want to deliver the product in increments, each with more features than the last. We don’t wait for the project to be “done” to deliver…
Agile methods are hugely successful for building software and are being used to develop hardware. But what happens when you need to move beyond 3D printing and Arduino? How do you make smart choices for the future while maintaining your agility?
The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released the NASA Space Technology Roadmaps and Priorities Revisited report this week summarizing the independent review of NASA’s 14 recently revised technology roadmaps. The committee that performed the review was co-chaired by Syncroness Vice President of Engineering, Todd Mosher, Ph.D. and is the culmination of a year of analysis and formulation of a methodology for future independent reviews.
Challenge: The customer needed a solution to allow secure over-the-air firmware updates for IoT systems installed at commercial properties. The system needed to know that the firmware it downloaded is an official release from the vendor and has not been tampered with during download or replaced on the server by someone with malicious intent.
Syncroness, an engineering design firm based in Colorado, participated in this year’s International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Symposium in Edinburgh, Scotland from July 18 to 21, 2016. Syncroness was represented at INCOSE by three Systems Engineers who presented published…
Dr. Todd Mosher, Syncroness’ Vice President of Engineering graduated from Leadership Denver, one of the most celebrated and prominent leadership programs in the region, whose alumni include former Gov. Bill Ritter and current Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.