Spindox is fully involved in the 3Vs model used for describing big data: Velocity, Volume, and Variety. Our approach to Big Data is based on the reactive programming model. We designed Gargantua, an event driven application framework, which is scalable under load, resilient and responsive in the presence of failures.The architecture of Gargantua includes an outer shell that operates as a gateway and interprets external events, an orchestration layer for process control, an execution context implementing multiple scenarios, and a computation engine which uses the power of cloud and implements spatial type computational algorithms.In many contexts Spindox is also using non-relational databases, such as MongoDB, on which it developed strong expertise.
By 2020 the number of objects connected to the Internet will exceed 50 billion. The ecosystems involved in this development are not only automobile and house environment, but also offices, shops and public places. The spaces where people and objects communicate with each other for a more intelligent management of resources are growing. Spindox has poured its experience in the field of sensor-enabled devices into a prototype of smart bracelet. The microchip embedded in the strap enables the bracelet to access to a lot of services: authentication into corporate resources, virtualization, meal vouchers, payments and augmented reality. Thanks to integrated Wi-Fi, the cuff can also be applied for safety and security-related cases.
3D graphics is more and more browser-based. And WebGL, an HTML5-based programming framework, is becoming a standard for development of high quality 3D graphics into the browser. Spindox is working hard on this front, creating prototypes and applications in various fields. Consider, for example, a car configurator for manufacturers websites: a high quality 3D application (lights, colours, shadows) delivering an emotional experience (thanks to the ability of moving the car scenario, changing point of view, saving still images, ...), viewable in a browser and therefore compatible with any device: desktop, mobile or large format.
How to protect people working in industrial facilities from the risk of serious accidents? Being able to track their position in real time might be revolutionary for the field. Working closely with some Oil & Gas operators, we designed a system to monitor the safety of both plant and employees that operate with or near hazardous chemicals. The position of the employees (and vehicles) is detected continuously and displayed in real-time in a 3D environment, which reproduces the facility in a photo-realistic and immersive way. Safety guards can then navigate in the simulation with the 3D application. Spindox is now able to bring this innovative system in refineries and chemical plants around the world.
A new vision of the front-office of a store
A new format for native advertising
Employees in Oil & Gas plants are safer with radio control
Software Development & Front-end Design
Interactive dashboards for TLC provisioning
who we are
We are constantly looking for employees with high potential and cultivating new talents: a company with new people and a new culture.
We innovate by interacting with the start-ups and universities worlds: our collaborations with the universities of Trento, Pisa and Pavia.
Our roots are firmly planted in Italy, but we look at the world, searching development opportunities in Eastern Europe and Africa.
In a business context that appear sometime depressed, Spindox is showing great dynamism: from zero to twenty million euro in seven years.
More than IT
Our background is in software, but in a few years we have developed new skills: TLC, sensors, devices.
Giving back to the community
We have always been committed to supporting non-profit organizations, with particular attention to youth problems and education.
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