Cybula lunch the Cool Computer, featured on the innovate web site. See the presentation below.
Cybula featured on "bang goes the theory" - BBC 1. The work in brain injury in collaboration with imperial College is featured.
Cybula wins a 3 year project with Sheffield University on big data in the water industry.
Cybula wins a two year project with ASDA and leeds metropolitan University and the centre for low carbon futures to look at monitoring energy use.
The company wins a three year project with EDF energy to look at big data in the power industry.
Cybula welcomes Tom Jackson as CTO to the company. Tom has extensive experience of Cybula's technology while he worked at the University of York.
Cybula wins a two year project with Unileaver, and the university of Sheffield and Manchester looking at complex data.
Cybula wins a three year project with OminiCom and Network rail to look at computing on large data in the rail industry.
Cybula wins a two year project with Unileaver to manage data on byproducts from manufaturing.
Cybula supported last years All Hands conference focusing on the cloud.
Royal Society Publishing has just published e-Science - towards the cloud: infrastructures, applications and research, compiled and edited by Paul Townend, Jie Xu and Jim Austin. This content can be accessed at: http://bit.ly/TA1983 A print version is also available at the special price of £35.00. You can order online via the above web page (enter special code TA 1983 when prompted) or, alternatively, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cybula wins project to develop low power processors to support data collection. The NOMAD project is in collaboration with the University of York.
Win a Technology Strategy Board (TSB) Project to investigate the use of SDE in the oil and gas area.
David Willetts the Minister of State for Universities and Science visits Cybula - more details here.
Cybula present at Workshop
on The Improved Control of Wind Farms in Glasgow.
Cybula integrate alerting into Signal Data Explorer allowing assets to be monitored on-line.
Cybula wins a project, lasting 1 1/2 years to develop technology that will manage large image data with University College London and 10 other partners.
Cybula wins a project lasting 2 years that will develop the next generation Diagnostics platform, with HP and the University of York. This builds on Cybula's strengths in diagnostics software based on SDE.
Cybula wins a 2 year project to help merge data in the insurance industry, leveraging Cybula's knowledge of large data and working with noisy data.
Cybula wins project with Imperial College to build a brain injury monitoring system.
Cybula move to new offices on the new £500M York University Campus. The company will be sharing space in this new major expansion.
With Rolls-Royce and Leeds University, Cybula wins a three year project, STRAPP, to add trust mechanisms to diagnostics and prognostics software used in the consortium.
The company starts on a project with the University of York to develop a new software as a service platform for sharing data and software, youShare.
Cybula wins a project with Doosan-Babckock to develop diagnostic and prognostic technology for the Neuclear industry.
The company starts work with Aberdeen University on a neural data logger for use in monitoring animals. This will extend the companies SDE product to allow analysis of sleep patterns in animals.
Cybula featured in the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research
letter, Pioneer, on its work with Signal Data Explorer with
for the article.
Cybula launch SDE for
neuroscience and medical applications. Demonstration versions
available on request.
See Cybula at the society
for neuroscience conference in Washington, USA between 15th and 18th
November 2008 on stand 439.
Cybula sponsor Rob Calvert and his pals in the Mongol Rally -
Team Young Horse
Cybula win DTI collaborative project to develop next generation
3D face recognition systems.
Cybula as part of the CARMEN project.
Cybula wins contract to apply its Signal Data Explorer
technology to managing and searching neuroscience data in a £4.0M
project lead by the Universities of York, Newcastle and Sterling.
The SDE technology will be used within a Grid enabled data
repository to search for spike train data recorded from neurons. Go
to the CARMEN website.
Cybula to exhibit FaceEnforce at Venturefest 2007.
Cybula is being featured as a successful Yorkshire company at
the financing conference, venturefest.
Cybula helps define ISO standards for 3D face biometrics.
Bothe Julian Young and Prof Austin actively support the
development of ISO
3D face biometrics. In support of this Julian Young takes part
in the latest ISO meeting in New Zealand.
Cybula apply its Signal Data Explorer technology to new
Cybula has won a number of contracts and partnerships to
develop its signal monitoring technology, SDE in new industry
areas such as Rail and Oil and Gas.
Cybula present at international Biometrics conference.
Cybula discusses the pros and cons of 3D face recognition at
the worlds major Biometrics conference. Details
Cybula apply AURA technology to searching for banned image
content and for searching text feeds.
Cybula has undertaken a number of projects applying AURA to
blocking banned images and for finding patterns in high data rate
John McAvoy joins Cybula as Business Development director.
John McAvoy Joins Cybula. John has a background in running
large companies and joins as business development Director.
Cybula wins a place in an EU project, EVAN.
Cybula wins funding from the European community to use its
knowledge of 3D face recognition in training new Anthropologists
in the EVAN project. The project
lasts for 4 years and involves Cybula in training new researchers
to use the AURA technology.
Cybula delivers a Grid Enabled Parallel machine to Cardiff
This machine will be used for Grid based research. The system,
based on the Cortex II parallel processor is configured within two
Sun V880, Grid enabled data store, and 10 PRESENCE II compute
engines. The system is capable of searching complex data such as
graphs, unstructured texts and signals and will be used for
research in eScience.
Cybula wins major collaborative research contract,
Cybula along with Rolls-Royce Aero Engines, Data Systems and
Solutions, EDS, OxfordBiosignals, the Universities of Leeds,
Sheffield and York have won a £4M DTI project to develop Grid
enabled Engine Diagnostic Systems based on the Grid and the Signal
Data Explorer. This follows
on from The DAME project which developed the basic technology.
This project will maintain Cybulas lead in technology's for
searching and analysing signal data on the Grid.
Cybula sponsor CCGRID05 9-12 May 2005
One of the major cluster computing conferences. Set to coincide
with Cybulas installation of the Cortex II machine at Cardiff
Cybula and AC technologies launch FaceEnforce 3D face
Biometric in the US.
On 17th November 2004 FaceEnforce is lunched as a part of AC
technologies BioBex fusion Biometric system at the International
Spy Museum Washington DC. AC are Cybulas US and Canadian
partners in the development of FaceEnforce.
Cybula move to new Offices in the IT Centre, University of York
Cybula Launch PRESENCE II PCI card to support high performance
data processing applications.
Sun iForce Partner Programme.
Cybula become a member of Sun iForce partner programme as
developers. This allows Cybula access to the the latest Sun
technology within its development process.
Cybula to develop the next generation of facial recognition
Cybula sign a development contract with AC technology, USA, to
develop the next generation of facial recognition systems.
Cybula's high performance hardware and advanced pattern
recognition technology will allow a step change in the performance
and robustness of facial recognition.
Cybula release details of their new PRESENCE card.
Details of the new hardware for accelerating your applications
can be found here.
Cybula deliver the Grid based image analysis software for
MRI imaging systems
In collaboration with the Hull Royal Infirmaries MRI Unit,
Cybula develop a demonstration system for processing MRI images.
The technology draws on Cybulas knowledge of Grid solutions to
build a high performance solution to provide a scalable system for
processing large volumes of MRI data.
Cybula leading the way in Ubiquitous pattern recognition
Cybula win contract with the University of York to develop the
next generation of hardware for Ubiquitous systems. This £5M
research contract is undertaken in association with ST
microelectronics and will allow Cybula to develop highly
integrated hardware versions of the AURA technology and to develop
application demonstrations. For details see www.cs.york.ac.uk/amadeus.
Cybula collaborate in the White Rose Computational Grid Launch
Conference, Leeds UK, 29th Feb Thorpe Park. Cybula will be showing
its Grid solutions.
Cybula lunch information on its up coming AURA powered 3D face
Cybula Ltd. and The University of York have won a British
Computer Society medal for the AURA technology. The award is
made in recognition of the novelty and potential given by the AURA
technology in so many applications. Details of the award can be
Major Research Collaboration News
Cybula Ltd and the University of York have won over £4.3 million
pounds of collaborative research under two 3-year projects.
The DAME £3M project is a flagship e-Science
project to build a distributed diagnostic system in collaboration with
Rolls-Royce plc, Systems and Solutions, The Universities of Sheffield,
Leeds, Oxford and York. A major part of
the project will extend the AURA pattern matching engines to operate over
distributed networks, allowing multiple engines at different sites to
operate as one large engine.
The FEDAURA project is funded by DTI and EPSRC in collaboration with
the Benefits Agency, SEMA, EDS and Sun Microsystems in a £1.3M project
supported by the DTIs management of information programme.
The project will use Cybula's AURA technology to combat benefit fraud
and the development of the technology for fraud applications.
These projects confirm Cybula's commitment to the future development
of the AURA technology over the next three years and beyond.