Archethought has created a solution for big data problems called EMRYS that allows for rapid consumption, processing, and organization of large, varied data sets. EMRYS is an auto-scaling, self healing data analysis system. It rapidly learns correlations, classifications, patterns, and comparisons found in these large data sets which is then organized to inform business and human decisions. It is optimized to function for "internet of things" and "smart infrastructure" applications where chaotic data points are constantly being gathered and used to create, monitor, and manage large organic complex systems.
Smart Infrastructure is about creating sustainable communities, social heath, better farming & water conservation practices along with healthy economies. Using the Internet of Things like beacons and sensors we can collect large amounts of data that allow us to monitor, change, and develop better ways of living. IoT can be designed for large projects as well as small.
Archethought and the City of Longmont have created the Innovation Forum as a way to engage with and understand a rapidly changing technology landscape.
Archethought hosts, sponsors, and helps organize numerous meetups related to startups, data, and music in Longmont. We would love to see you at the next one!
The Archethought team has a wide variety of skill sets and diciplines from backend development, frontend design, to circuit and sensor implementation. We look to cultivate a team environment that is fun and engaging with the opportunity to learn new things and explore new technologies.
Archethought engages in community volunteerism at a High School Library, FIRST Robotics club and through civic engagement, startups, the arts and makerspaces. We volunteer over 1,000 hours per year, a proud accomplishment we are happy to continue.