Research and development endeavours in ICT are a core part of the research agenda of the European Commission, enabling Europe novel innovations in a global competitive market. With emerging technologies like 5G communication and industry 4.0, European R&D organizations and companies have new chances to position and prove them among international competitors. With the motivation to deliver ICT to society, SYNYO has built up a broad expertise to tackle future challenges in applications design and development in the fields of Internet of Things, Cyber-physical Systems as well as network technologies and services. Through in-depth know-how on content information and management, open and big data combined with expert knowledge on privacy, safety and security in ICT, SYNYO proved itself as an international successful research and development SME. By steadily delving into new fields, we positioned ourselves to tackle new challenges in the fields of co-creation, digital learning, cloud computing and gamification, delivering high quality concepts, designs and developments.
SYNYO brings together professionals of diverse research backgrounds, including algorithms, architecture, data management, machine learning, privacy & security, user interfaces, and visualization. SYNYO is a key partner that can actively contribute to the definition of new research and innovation opportunities harnessing the potential of Big Data.
Data Visualisation and Dashboard Design
To ensure the effective and effortless communication, data visualisation needs to emphasise relevant attributes of and reduce unnecessary information to be communicated. SYNYO provides professional and intuitive visualisations such as pie charts, stream graphs, sunburst graphs, radar charts, or network visualisations. SYNYO offers state of the art Dashboard Design to provide the user with a high-level, comprehensive overview, while at the same time allowing her to dig in deeper and investigate relevant details herself.
Robotics & Future Technologies
Technology and especially evident showcases such as robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are in the public imagination widely associated with potential abuse and ethical conflicts, and e.g. self-driving cars are showcases for the potential ethical and societal impacts technology can have on society and on the relationship between humans and machines. SYNYO addresses these challenges on different levels with a team of interdisciplinary researchers, with consideration of the consequences of technology for human society,questions of man-machine interaction and values and ethical principles that are embedded in technology.
SYNYO is deeply involved with the Horizon Europe Programme