We will exhibit our technology at the following conferences:
Vancouver, Canada, September 24–28, 2017
Santa Clara, California, November 29-30
Santa Clara, California, May 14-17, 2018
PROBLEMS TO SOLVE
Is it possible to perform dynamically scalable distributed processing using heterogeneous processors?
Current solutions allow distributed processing using heterogeneous processors, but are not dynamically scalable.
Is it possible to build swarm-intelligent robots that allow limitless scalability and endless resiliency?
Upon researching social insect behavior, we modeled their collective intelligence into an architecture and algorithm that we named
Solidarity Cell Architecture.
The Solidarity Cell Architecture enables dynamic-scalable heterogeneous distributed computing, collective intelligence, and intent-based automation at scale with limitless scalability and endless resiliency.
More specifically, this architecture operates using the five principles of swarm intelligence:
OUR PURPOSE IS TO
DRIVE INNOVATION IN
POISED TO BENEFIT FROM
Dynamic-Scalable Edge Computing
IoT edge processing
Compute power decentralization
Distribution center automation
Distributed Artificial Intelligence
Collective machine learning
Automation at scale