SynGlyphX helps organizations make sense of complex data so that they can take action on what is most important.
Technological advancements have led to an over-abundance of big and complex data sets. SynGlyphX helps makes sense of this data by offering technology solutions to help synthesize (Syn), visualize (Glyph), and solve for the unknown (X variable). We:
Our unique approach to interactive visualization technology is enhanced by Perceptual Engineering – the optimal design of a visual environment to enable the user to more efficiently interact with and synthesize high-dimensional and complex data sets. This approach is supported by decades of academic and government-funded research on how the mind best understands and processes complex data. This differentiates us from more conventional data visualization tools and approaches - and allows you to take action faster.
SynGlyphX collaborates with customers to: 1) analyze their data and decision-making environment; 2) design and develop an interactive visualization solution tailored to each customer’s unique needs; and 3) partner with the client to use the interactive visualization solution.
Because people experience the world in three-dimensions, we visualize data in three-dimensions. Because people learn best experientially, we created an environment that lets the user interact with data, navigate to points of interest, pivot, move and rotate. With SynGlyphX, the user is an active participant with – not passive viewer of – the visualized data.
SynGlyphX helps defense and security organizations leverage disparate and heterogeneous data sources to improve situational awareness and operational performance.
Operators, analysts, and high-level decision-makers in this sector face distinct data challenges: budget constraints, data stovepipes, and increasingly large and high-dimensional data. SynGlyphX visualization tools address these challenges so that public sector organizations can improve the speed and quality of their data analyses.
Our proprietary technology creates interactive, 3D data visualizations. These visualizations may be derived from both structured and unstructured data from all sources, including data warehouses and business intelligence software.
Our 3D visualizations are uniquely interactive and capable of representing big, high-dimensional variables in both geo-spatial and temporal contexts.
Our visual displays move beyond conventional, two-dimensional displays of graphs and charts to allow users to quickly and intuitively spot trends, patterns and anomalies in otherwise complicated datasets.
Sometimes you just want to hit the easy button. Collecting, aggregating, and cleansing data can be a time consuming process. If you are not a data scientist, it can be a daunting task. SynGlyphX can provide you with a trained data analyst that will work with you to maintain the visualization data, identify patterns, spot trends, and detect anomalies – helping you transform data to knowledge. Faster.
Prior to SynGlyphX, he has worked at software companies in the defense, geospatial, and medical industries. Throughout his career, Ray has led efforts to update software applications to take advantage of modern 3D graphics hardware and software libraries.
Ray has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. He is a member of ACM SIGGRAPH (the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Graphics) and the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Visualization and Graphics Technical Committee.
Jeff Sale is a frequent contributor to SynGlyphX through the creation of interactive data visualizations. Jeff has a background in physics and neurophysiology, and he brings more than two decades of scientific data visualization to his work with SynGlyphX.
Jeff is a staff researcher at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD where he helps promote the use of advanced computing within higher education. He has published and presented work in such areas as visualization of electrophyisological data, virtual reality technologies applied to neurorehabilitation, and distributed medical intelligence. Jeff is also completing a master's program in learning design and technology at San Diego State University.
Several examples of Jeff's visual analytics work can be seen on the SynGlyphX site, including the: SynGlyphX web site header image; Fukushima radiation disaster; aviation accidents; weather station data; leading causes of death; state education testing; and visualizing physiometric data.
The Software Engineer – Data role plays a key part in building out our core software products – and may play a role on complex client development efforts. The primary focus of the role will be on software product development – in particular developing a system to integrate our product with multiple sources of data such as relational databases, graph databases, big data, and data generated by other software tools.
As we are a small team, this role will have a high impact on our product development – and as such, we are looking for developers that can both: 1) code to a given software design; and 2) create their own software designs and implement them.
Targeted Candidate Background
The ideal candidate will be an articulate, energetic individual comfortable working in a dynamic environment – and operating in a self-directed manner within a team and client focused environment. We are looking for someone who wants to “own” things but also plays nice in the sandbox with others – and is open to taking feedback and direction as needed.
Candidates should have:
This role will interact with clients on a regular basis – and is expected to be proactive, efficient, and intellectually curious – in order to best serve our client needs.
• Perform data compilation, cleansing, processing / transformation, and data visualization
• Query databases and perform basic statistical analyses
• Design visual representations of the data set(s) – and iterate with client to finalize design
• Conduct and communicate complex analyses in a clear and actionable manner
• Addressing and answering hard questions with data – creating insight
Targeted Candidate Background
The ideal candidate will be an articulate, energetic individual comfortable working in a dynamic environment – and operating in a self-directed manner within a team and client focused environment. We are looking for someone who wants to “own” things but also plays nice in the sandbox with others.
Candidates should have:
• Bachelor’s Degree with demonstrated academic achievement in Math, Computer Science, Statistics, or a related field.
• Strong hands-on experience data mining, data analysis, and data visualization.
• Knowledge of computer science fundamentals
• Data analysis tools and technology experience (e.g., Matlab, R, Excel, SQL, JSON, GeoGJSON).
• Proficiency in at least one programming language (e.g., R, Python, Java, Ruby, javaacript, C/C++, Unix shell)
• GIS / ESRI experience is desired
• U.S. Citizenship is required
• While not required, an Active or Current U.S. Security Clearance is a bonus
May 13, 2014
SynGlyphX Named to CIO Review for Top 100 Big Data Companies
FREMONT, CA--(Marketwired - May 13, 2014) - CIO Review (www.cioreview.com) has chosen SynGlyphX (www.SynGlyphX.com) for its Top 100 Big Data companies, an annual listing of 100 most promising technology companies offering Big Data Solutions. The positioning is based on an evaluation of SynGlyphX's interactive data visualization and discovery technology that allows users to quickly identify patterns, trends, and anomalies in complex data -- so that they can take informed action.
"SynGlyphX has been on our radar for some time now for stirring a revolution in interactive data visualization technology and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch technology-driven-solutions," said Harvi Sachar, Publisher & Founder, CIO Review. "SynGlyphX continued to break new ground within the past year benefiting its customers around the globe and we're excited to have them featured on our top companies list."
SynGlyphX goes beyond traditional data visualization, providing technology that allows users to synthesize (Syn-) complex data using interactive visualizations (-Glyph-) to solve for the unknown (-X) and take informed action. SynGlyphX differentiates itself from other data visualization technologies in that it allows users to visualize multiple dimensions of data connected to a single entity. Rather than reducing the data down to a few points, SynGlyphX allows users to see all of their data so that no connections are missed.
"We are honored to have been selected to CIO Review's list of Top 100 Big Data Companies," said Mark Sloan, CEO of SynGlyphX. "The fact that we made this list so quickly demonstrates SynGlyphX's ability to cut through all the noise about big data -- and allow users to truly see what their data is telling them."
SynGlyphX understands how the mind assimilates and processes complex data. Its unique approach to interactive visualization technology is enhanced by Perceptual Engineering -- the optimal design of a visual environment to enable the user to more efficiently interact with and synthesize complex data sets. This approach is supported by decades of academic and government-funded research on how the mind best understands and processes complex data.
SynGlyphX's technology can be used across a variety of industries that have complex and heterogeneous data that needs to be integrated to get a complete picture: DoD / Intelligence; Telecommunications; Supply Chain / Logistics; Marketing Analytics; Healthcare.
SynGlyphX specializes in transforming the way users visualize and interact with data worldwide. With superior technology, perceptual engineering and knowledgeable staff, SynGlyphX offers its customers the ability to assimilate massive amounts of data in a single computer screen, allowing user to identify points of relevance and interest through in-depth visual representation and, ultimately "Transform Data to Knowledge. Faster." For more information about SynGlyphX, visit www.SynGlyphX.com or contact Jessica Morefield at (571) 733-9473 or email: info@SynGlyphX.com
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ARLINGTON, Va. — SynGlyphX announces its entrance to the market with its unique perceptual engineering approach and interactive data visualization technology. SynGlyphX goes beyond traditional data visualization, providing technology that allows users to synthesize (Syn-) complex data using interactive visualizations (-Glyph-) to solve for the unknown (-X) and take informed action.
SynGlyphX understands how the mind assimilates and processes complex data. Our unique approach to interactive visualization technology is enhanced by Perceptual Engineering—the optimal design of a visual environment to enable the user to more efficiently interact with and synthesize complex data sets. This approach is supported by decades of academic and government-funded research on how the mind best understands and processes complex data. This differentiates SynGlyphX from more conventional data visualization tools and approaches and allows you to take action more quickly.
“As we like to say, if a picture is worth a thousand words, SynGlyphX’s interactive visualizations are worth at least a thousand pictures,” said Mark E. Sloan, CEO, SynGlyphX. “Big and complex data sets are everywhere—in healthcare, finance, retail, operations, government. We work with corporate and government clients to help them understand their data in order to spot trends, identify patterns, and detect anomalies—ultimately helping them take actions that can improve efficiency and effectiveness, reduce expenses, drive profits and, in some cases, save lives.”
“We have sensors around the County that provide data on bicycle and pedestrian traffic to help make planning decisions, inform constituents and stakeholders on policy, and determine where and how to invest in infrastructure,” said David Patton, Bicycle and Pedestrian Planner, Arlington County Department of Transportation. “SynGlyphX helped us to quickly assimilate massive amounts of traffic data captured over a four-year period. The interactive visualizations have been well received by our stakeholders and have helped us quickly see what is happening on our facilities.”
For more information on SynGlyphX, visit www.SynGlyphX.com.
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SynGlyphX specializes in transforming the way users visualize and interact with data worldwide. With superior technology, perceptual engineering and knowledgeable staff, SynGlyphX offers its customers the ability to assimilate massive amounts of data in a single computer screen, allowing user to identify points of relevance and interest through in-depth visual representation and, ultimately “Transform Data to Knowledge. Faster.” For more information about SynGlyphX, visit www.SynGlyphX.com.