The professional team at the InfoBeyond strives to research, develop, and deliver innovative hardware and integrated software products with primary goals of satisfying the customers’ needs and commercializing the technologies. Our efforts are deeply complex and challenging, with the goal of applying developed technology to the commercial marketplace and in major government acquisition programs. We established ourselves as a prestigious firm to accelerate the fielding of capabilities to the users and to benefit our customers through improved product performance. This can be evidenced by our solid research publications and outstanding accomplishments in developing and managing projects for banner organizations such as the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Air Force. Previous works encompass:
· Technologies for Ad Hoc networks with specific scenarios (e.g., large scale networks with multiple domains, high mobility with intermittent connectivity, information coding for increasing network capacity, heterogeneous link capacity, effective and real-time network management, faulty management and self-healing, etc.),
· Technologies for wireless sensor networks with specific scenarios (coverage, connectivity, lifetime, environmental surveillance, sensor configuration with intelligent agents, sensor deployment strategies and performance constraint validation, algorithm for event detection and tracking, etc.),
· Implementation of services over Ad Hoc & sensor networks (e.g., mobile applications and services such as SOA for mobile users, service delivery and handoff, QoS, situation awareness, performance evaluation, user micro/macro-mobility and location management, service connection management with IPv4/v6, performance data analysis, etc.),
· Simulation and evaluation of newly emerging wireless technologies for specific communication needs (e.g., IEEE 802.16 d/e/j-based mobile WiMAX with the mobility of base station and relaying stations, IEEE 802.22 and cognitive radios with agile and power constrained OFDM, 3GPP2, LTE, etc.),
· Security and Information Assurance (e.g., authentication, access control, keying for session and handoff, group key, intrusion detection, biometrics for mobile computing, security attack and prevention models),
· Social networks and behavior inferring (e.g., social interaction, behavior influence, node closeness and roles, high risk nodes, etc.), and data analysis and knowledge discovery (large sets analysis, specific algorithms for special data sets).
We are able to manage the project/program plan and its execution while meeting the project milestones and budget constraints.
We consider commercialization is an essential component of the technology research and development process – through successful commercialization, the benefit of the developed technology will be realized. We work with our commercialization partners to determine the most appropriate model to commercialize the developed technology through a carefully planned business model. We are able to perform a detailed market analysis, prepare a detailed plan for product commercialization, work to establish relationships with key players in the value chain for the developed technology, manage the intellectual property generated by the effort, and define requirements so that both a technically sound and commercially viable product are generated as a result of the technical effort.