National Academies releases NASA Technology Report chaired by Syncroness Vice President

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.

Secure over-the-air firmware updates for IoT systems

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.

We're the Small Business of the Year!

Syncroness, Inc., an engineering design firm specializing in rapid product development for aerospace, medical, and consumer markets, today was named the 2016 Small Business of the Year by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. This award recognizes small businesses that have a history of outstanding business practices in the Denver community and to honor the entrepreneurship, sustainability, productivity and effort put forth in a small business.

Syncroness acquires Magpie Software

Syncroness announces the acquisition of Magpie Software, a Colorado-based company founded in 2001 that is an active industry leader in software development. This strategic acquisition will reinforce and expand Syncroness’ innovative product development team.

Predicting Success . . . and Failure

Syncroness engineers deliver detailed analysis reports to support product designs. Recently, our analysis capabilities broadened to include Fluid Dynamics/Flow (CFD), Frequency, Motion, and Fatigue along with our past Structural (FEA) and Thermal analysis capabilities.