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Synapticon is the creator of DYNARC, a complete hardware & software platform for cyber-physical systems. It provides developers easy access to bleeding edge technology for creating systems that integrate a multitude of sensors and actuators. Software of any complexity can be run all across the distributed system, connecting all devices from the cloud down to the controller.

Using DYNARC SOMANET, developers can quickly prototype any high- end control application, from sensor data acquisition up to motor & motion control. It‘s like Arduino on steroids with a clear, supported path to small and large scale series products. Providing extremely compact and low-power hardware options, DYNARC NEOCORTEX streamlines the process of adding applications that require high-performance computing resources, like image processing or navigation, to embedded system designs. DYNARC OBLAC is integrating embedded systems with the cloud. This range of products includes OBLAC/IDE, an innovative and productive web-based development environment to configure systems, develop software, deploy and maintain DYNARC computing devices.
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21 hours ago
Today is happy e-bike client's day :-D - FAZUA's Hannes Biechele visiting Synapticon HQ to observe our folks... http://t.co/xOyrnWt4AM
Visiting our friends from Vintage Electric Bikes in Santa Clara. Meantime on the market with two extremely... http://t.co/09dTNmTXP0
3 weeks ago
Some of our colleagues converting our lounge into a garden to test a prototype... :-) http://t.co/fjDhU2Yka8
3 weeks ago
Lesenswerte Fragen - und Antworten - rund um Industrie 4.0 ...... http://t.co/PnfV06uxVe
The new Edition of CAN Newsletter now informs the reaeders about our eMobilty Control Solution ...... http://t.co/aGpTDHnkIt
CAN in Automation today introduces Synapticon to its readers ...... http://t.co/92CGFtq4XD
Our Californian sales force Mike Noble, Willem de Lange and Nik Ensslen at Richmond waterfront near Ekso Bionics HQ http://t.co/1SXwLg0uv7
Studie der BITKOM zu Industrie 4.0 ... es gibt viel zu tun ...... http://t.co/Re0oLNsmrr
2 months ago
In seinem "Trendreport Elektro- Informationstechnik 2015: Innovation – Märkte – Arbeitsmarkt" untersucht der VDE... http://t.co/8gX9dqFIZy
2 months ago
Die VDI-Nachrichten berichten in ihrer aktuellen Ausgabe über die NCTE AG, Experten für ein neues Prinzip zur... http://t.co/JU4jVj093M
2 months ago
Die Fabrik, die mitdenkt ... unser aktuell Beitrag auf Seite 54 in "Develop 3 - Systems Engineering" ...... http://t.co/cnTCIxAft2
2 months ago
TV-Tipp von Synapticon ... Donnerstag, 2. April um 9.00 ... Thema Robotik ...... http://t.co/AvS4NrSaQd
2 months ago
Das Magazin "Außenwirtschaft" berichtet über unsere Reise mit anderen jungen Unternehmen nach New York aus dem vergangenen Winter.
2 months ago
Pressetermin im neuen Hauptquartier in Filderstadt: Carmen Klingler-Deiseroth, die als freie Journalistin für die... http://t.co/cO6OzXjgQk
2 months ago
3 months ago
Pünktlich zur CeBIT ....... http://t.co/qhYScXoF4e
3 months ago
Industriepreis 2015 ... die Bewerbungsphase läuft ... und wir sind natürlich dabei ... http://t.co/TNCzChv2ld
3 months ago
Yeah, we want to see Tesla E-Tracker Merchandise! ;-) http://t.co/3ThbAPSt36
3 months ago
Turbobooster Robotik: Produktivität steigt um bis zu 30 % ...... http://t.co/UPczDt6naG
3 months ago
Incredibly cool project. And watch this video. You could think Stuttgart is the most awesome city in the world.... http://t.co/gqLh5TwWgG

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