Entries by SynerScope

David Duijnmayer: ‘Uitrol slimme meter kan nog wel wat slimmer’

AMSTERDAM (Energeia) – Het softwarebedrijf SynerScope, gespecialiseerd in het destilleren van kennis uit grote hoeveelheden data, gaat een netbeheerder helpen met de grootschalige uitrol van de slimme meter. Door verschillende soorten data aan elkaar te koppelen, kan SynerScope beter en sneller voorspellen wat er achter de voordeur wordt aangetroffen. Zo kan de netbeheerder de juiste […]

SynerScope is shaping the future with disruptive High Speed Big Data Analytics Technologies

SynerScope is shaping the future of Law Enforcement and National security agencies with disruptive High Speed Big Data Analytics Technologies. The Netherlands, 12 June 2017. The explosion of crimes, terrorists acts and cyberthreats and the amount of data to collect and analyse to deal with those threats, create a new challenge to achieve maximum protection […]

GERRIT VAN DIJK AWARD for Stef van den Elzen

Dr. ir. Stef van den Elzen, VP Engineering at Synerscope, has won the Gerrit van Dijk Award for Science 2017. One of three Dutch Data Science awards, the Gerrit van Dijk award goes to best Phd thesis by a researcher who graduated between January 2014 and January 2017. Stef has won with his thesis on interactive visualization […]

Solving Cybercrime at Scale and in Realtime

In a recent event organized by Hortonworks, SynerScope and Inter Visual Systems, we discussed using data technologies to solve cybercrime in scale and realtime. Solving Cybercrime at Scale and in Realtime Information security is a big problem today. With more attacks happening all the time, and increasingly sophisticated attacks beyond the script-kiddies of yesterday, patrolling the […]

Webinar SynerScope with Hortonworks

Do Insurers Spend Too Much Time Understanding Data vs. Finding Value In It? Recorded Tuesday, April 25, 2017  |  57 minutes Every insurance company regardless of line of business is focused on being more data-centric. Risk assessments based data is at the heart of analysis. Understanding and paying valid claims quickly is key to customer […]

Data Lakes, Buckets and Coffee Cups

Author: Monique Hessling Over the last years, primarily large carriers and especially the more “cutting edge” ones (for all the doubters: yes there is such a thing as a cutting edge insurer), have invested in building data lakes. The promise was that these lakes would enable them to more easily use and analyze “big data”, […]

Dataworks Summit Munich and Dreams Coming True

Author: Monique Hesseling Last week the SynerScope team attended the Dataworks Summit in Munich: “the industry’s premier big data community event”. It was a successful and well-attended event. Attendees were passionate about big data and its applicability to different industries. The more technical people learned (or in the case of our CTO and CEO: demonstrated) […]

Artificial Intelligence ready for “aincient” cultures?

Author: Annelieke Nagel   Google, Aincient.org, Synerscope and the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities are creating a revolutionary acceleration in antiquities research Last Monday I was present at the launch of a fantastic initiative for Egyptian art lovers around the world! A more apt setting was not possible as the presentations were organized in front of […]

Artificial Intelligence for Ancient Cultures

Google, SynerScope and the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities will present the new and incredibly fast on-line collection database, on Monday 20 March 2017. SynerScope’s powerful software and the Google Cloud Vision API offer users the opportunity to search the on-line collection of the National Museum of Antiquities – with some 57,000 items – within several […]