Tag: Company Profile
Ambyint, a Calgary- and Houston-based startup focused on oil & gas well optimization and automation, provides an artificial lift automation and optimization solution to engineering and operations teams that scales production workflows using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and physics-based mathematics. AWS recently caught up with Ambyint CEO Alex Robart to learn more about what trends he sees in the oil & gas industry, how Ambyint differentiates itself, and where the company goes next.
Prior to co-founding Glia in 2012, Justin DiPietro and Dan Michaeli were working with Accenture. Though their original project was to figure out how this retailer could compete against rising e-commerce rivals, they quickly realized that the company’s greatest strength was not its prices, but rather its employees. Realizing they needed to compete with the convenience of online rivals, DiPietro explains, the business needed to find a way to “bring the in-person customer experience online.”
The reality is that every new application deployed in the cloud expands the potential attack surface and the number of possible entry points into the network. Frederick Harris, Director of Product Marketing & Cloud Security at Fortinet sat down to tell us more.
Suppose you are building location-aware applications to make the mobile workforce more productive and logistics networks more efficient. To do this, you would start by getting the live location and then show it to the customer on a map in real-time. To do that successfully, you also need to operate complex infrastructure to ingest, process, store, provision, and manage this data. Enter HyperTrack.
In a Male-Dominated VC World, The Vinetta Project’s Upcoming Event Aims To Give Female Founders Funding
This October, more than 200 investors and entrepreneurs will gather in New York City for a pitch and panel event where four seasoned founders, whittled down from a list of 200 contenders, will compete for a $20,000 prize. Just one winner will snag the cash, but no one will walk away empty-handed, since the event is designed to provide female founders with the contacts, funding, networking opportunities, and resources that male founders have already been receiving for decades.
German software startup Baqend has developed Speed Kit as an SaaS solution for accelerating e-commerce websites. Here’s how they did it.
Given that the gains from onshore oil drilling, and in yield and efficiency are beginning to flatten, the oil and gas industry needs to dive into another deep engineering phase to once again increase efficiency.
Analysts estimate that by 2021, videos will account for over 80% of consumer internet traffic. To stand out companies and brands will need to maximize the value of their content and understand how a story, a posting, a video can be optimized to leverage consumers interest. Identifying and owning the relevant data to achieve this is just the first step in the new workflow. Aiconix, named one of the 30 most promising startups in the German speaking regions by Forbes magazine, is doing just that.
Berlin-based House of Crops is an agtech startup that’s digitalizing the world’s most traditional industry: agriculture. COO Maximilian Commandeur recently sat down to tell us more.
Complete Auto Reports (CAR) is the brain child of New Jersey-based car mechanic Ricardo Da Cruz. Cruz shares how these challenges inspired him to build his own enterprise software, how that software works, and where he sees the industry going next.