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datanomix.io

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$9.05M

Last Raised

$6M | 1 yr ago

Mosaic Score

+40 points in the past 30 days

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About Datanomix

Datanomix develops a detailed understanding of a customer's data and analysis workflows and presents optimization opportunities to the customer in a simple follow-up report. The company's software platforms can help with optimization. The company's core areas of focus include Industrial IoT, Manufacturing, and Life Sciences.

Datanomix Headquarters Location

71 Spit Brook Rd Suite 210

Nashua, New Hampshire, 03060,

United States

866-488-4369

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Datanomix Patents

Datanomix has filed 1 patent.

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12/21/2016

Network file systems, Disk file systems, Data management, Cloud storage, Network protocols

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12/21/2016

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Network file systems, Disk file systems, Data management, Cloud storage, Network protocols

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Latest Datanomix News

Minnetronix Medical launches world’s first expandable brain port available to neurosurgical market

Sep 8, 2022

Minnetronix Medical launches world’s first expandable brain port available to neurosurgical market With successful human use and new distribution partnership, Minnetronix’s first internally conceived and commercialized product takes med device partnerships to the next level. September 8, 2022 Minnetronix Medical ’s first product, conceptualized, developed, FDA-cleared, and manufactured internally, is fully commercialized and available to the neurosurgery market. The only expandable brain access port on the market, the MindsEye expandable port is the result of Minnetronix using 25 years of experience as a med device partner to identify unmet needs in the neuro market and create market-ready products for sale and distribution. Mizuho America has signed on to distribute the MindsEye expandable port in the U.S. “Minnetronix is taking partnerships in the med device industry to a whole new level, which sets us apart from contract developers and manufacturers,” said Matt Adams, vice president and general manager at Minnetronix Medical. “Our first from-scratch product showcases our end-to-end capabilities to support our customers’ needs across device conceptualization and design, clinical research and partnerships, regulatory navigation, and manufacturing. We offer a whole new way for med device companies, startups, and investors to reduce the cost, risk, and time of building products themselves.” The MindsEye expandable port, the first minimally invasive, expandable port providing deep brain access and visualization during surgical treatment of stroke, cancer, and other conditions, is being used at Tulane University by Dr. Art Wang and Dr. Johnny Delashaw. “Its benefits to neurosurgeons, such as expandability, easier insertion and removal, and transparency that minimizes glare and allows surgeons to see surrounding tissue, are truly unique,” said Dr. Delashaw, Tulane neurosurgeon and neurology professor. “The MindsEye expandable port has raised the bar for standard of care in neurosurgery and will improve patient outcomes.” The MindsEye expandable port garnered four industry awards for its technology and design, even before it was available to the market. “Mizuho’s mission is to deliver the best devices to neurosurgeons,” said William Delaney, vice president of sales at Mizuho America, a company with 30 years of experience developing the medical devices for neurosurgeons across the globe. “We now consider Minnetronix a partner for new device ideas and finished products. Since they handled all the steps in creating the MindsEye expandable port, we can concentrate on bringing it to market by leveraging the strength of our distribution channel to accelerate adoption and enhance patient outcomes.” About the presentation 5G goes beyond the expansion of broadband capabilities of mobile networks and provides advanced wireless connectivity, private networks, reliable networks with ultra-low latency, built-in privacy, security, ultra-high bandwidth, and 3GPP to provide the highest-level of support for massive Internet of Things (IoT) communications and larger devices such as automated mobile robots (AMR) and guided vehicles (AGV) with positioning accuracy and energy efficiency. Our investigation along with the 5G-ACIA initiative proves that 5G will be the steppingstone for Industrial 4.0 digital modernization of the manufacturing and industrial networks. It’ll enable enterprises to launch new technologies rapidly. 5G also unifies a range of low to high capability devices (i.e., sensors) to heavy machinery which today run on multiple different radio and wired technologies. Verizon shares its experiences and insights how 5G will soon enable state-of-the-art industrial applications with AR/VR, local processing, automated object detection, and motion control through 5G private networks, edge computing, efficient radio and spectrum planning for the right set of industrial applications, and management of the 5G networks. Registration Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so  register today . Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand. Meet your presenter Babatunde (Tunde) Akindele leads strategy development for Global Network and Technology at Verizon. He's responsible for developing technology strategies to ensure Verizon maintains its network and technology leadership. Akindele has held responsibilities for deal negotiation, growth strategy, strategic planning, corporate venturing, and M&A evaluation within Verizon during the past decade. Prior to Verizon, Akindele worked with IXL Center, where he helped Fortune 100 corporations develop strategies and commercialize innovative business concepts. He previously held regional leadership role in a multinational telecommunication provider in Nigeria, successfully designing sales expansion strategies and leading significant business turnaround initiatives. He sits on the advisory board of the Global Innovation Management Institute, and he's the North America Co-Chair of the GSMA 5G IoT for Manufacturing Forum. Akindele is passionate about leadership, is a leadership trainer / coach, and a frequent speaker at innovation management and VC events. In addition, he spends time mentoring startups and small businesses. About the company Verizon Communications Inc. is a holding company that engages in the provision of communications, information, and entertainment products and services to consumers, businesses, and governmental agencies. It operates through the Verizon Consumer Group (Consumer) and Verizon Business Group (Business) segments. The consumer segment provides consumer-focused wireless and wireline communications services and products. The business segment offers wireless and wireline communications services and products; video and data services; corporate networking solutions; security and managed network services; local and long distance voice services; and network access to deliver various Internet of Things (IoT) services and products. About the presentation We’ve never talked about industrial automation as much as we have in 2022. Yet most manufacturing plants in North America have little to no automation. There’s a simple reason why many manufacturers can’t profitably automate their production: automation technology was developed (and priced) for high-throughput manufacturing. Most North American manufacturers with high-mix production and volumes less than a few thousand units simply don’t have the scale to earn back the steep investment traditional automation technologies command. Today’s industrial automation technology is complex to evaluate and integrate. Most manufactured products are unique to the manufacturer and often require unique production equipment. In other words, most industrial automation is a non-productized market requiring custom solutions. If access to automation technology is limited to those who can afford premium engineering services or customized integrations, incumbent component manufacturers aren’t under any pressure to democratize technology. The result? A status quo benefits current industry participants but leaves most manufacturers (the ones who would benefit from technology democratization) behind. All industries go through phases from complex, to democratized, and back again. One example is computers. We went from complex mainframes in the 1960s and 70s, to much simpler PCs in the early 2000s. We’re now slowly moving toward another complexification phase with quantum computers. At each phase, new giants emerged, and some were left behind. As cloud technology, robotics, and machine vision converge, industrial automation is initiating its own phase of democratization and ushering in new players. That’s good news for the automation industry and high-mix manufacturers Registration Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so  register today . Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation,  The IMTS 2022 Conference  addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand. Meet your presenter Etienne Lacroix is a business leader and entrepreneur with deep experience building and turning around engineering-intensive businesses. He’s the founder and CEO of Vention. Before Vention, he spent five years at McKinsey & Co. as an associate partner with the operations and product development practices. In this role, he led enterprise-wide strategic, operational, and turnaround programs at global industrial and high-tech companies. Before joining McKinsey, he held various positions in product management, product development, and supply-chain operations at General Electric as part of the technical leadership program. Lacroix holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the École de Technologie Supérieure. About the company Vention helps innovative manufacturing companies automate their production floor in just a few days. Vention’s online-first, manufacturing automation platform (MAP) enables its clients to design, automate, order, and deploy manufacturing equipment directly from their web browser. Datanomix , the leader in Automated Production Intelligence™, and ProShop ERP , a leading supplier of digital manufacturing management systems, today announced a partnership to help manufacturers deliver more insights from their operational data. The first of many new features delivers automated job costing analytics that compare ProShop target takt times for part production to actual part performance at the machine. The ability to compare ProShop targets to Datanomix actuals and benchmarks offers complete clarity on gross margin performance on a per part basis relative to machining operations while highlighting where the greatest opportunities for margin improvement exist. “Partnering with best-in-breed vendors like ProShop ERP is part of a larger strategy of integrating high-impact sources of data into the Datanomix platform,” stated John Joseph, CEO and co-founder of Datanomix. “We continue to deliver on our vision of being the analytics engine for manufacturing operational data, delivering live end-to-end factory insights that drive business success and empower manufacturers with the digital leverage they need to harvest efficiency. Our partnership with ProShop ERP brings two leading vendors together who share the same values relative to the experience we are trying to deliver for manufacturers.” A ProShop ERP integration is now available inside the Datanomix platform. By enabling this integration, Datanomix automatically matches part numbers in the machine code to those from the ProShop ERP system and extracts target takt times. These targets are integrated into the Datanomix Quote Calibration Report to quickly identify opportunities for margin improvement by comparing the ProShop target takt times to Datanomix actuals and benchmarks. Pre-packaged filters in the report show exactly which jobs to work on —Biggest Winners, Biggest Losers, Losers that Could Be Winners, and Winners with Upside — are a Continuous Improvement leader’s dream. “ProShop ERP is built to store and manage the data that’s vital to running a factory, helping manufacturers make better decisions for both their front office and their shop floor,” said Paul Van Metre, co-founder and CEO of ProShop ERP. “What’s important to our customers is what’s important to ProShop, and by partnering with Datanomix, we’re closing a loop that lets our customers tie true machining costs back into our existing job costing and profitability workflows by refining the exact machine utilization times to augment our current labor, out-of-pocket cost and overhead costs. This gives our shared customers a massive advantage in their ability to improve job margins, and completely remove the guesswork from this process with the information being provided by Datanomix.” “Knowing how much it really costs to produce parts is the holy grail for precision manufacturers when it comes to job costing and quoting,” said Greg McHale, CTO and co-founder of Datanomix. “With Datanomix, manufacturers get operations data directly from CNC machines, offering an incorruptible window into actual job performance derived while running parts because there is no operator input required. Our partnership with ProShop creates a secret weapon for job margin improvement and, ultimately, EBITDA improvement. And it’s just the beginning of our plans to accelerate and automate insights for manufacturers.” Hill Manufacturing in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is one of many shared customers excited about the Datanomix and ProShop partnership. According to Mike Payne, president of Hill Manufacturing, “We’ve been a ProShop ERP customer for a while, and as we looked at production monitoring solutions, our ProShop rep suggested Datanomix. We loved the real-time operations data with no operator input, and the integration between the two companies. I can see right in Datanomix if I’m running profitable jobs, and I have the feedback in ProShop when I go to quote the same job again or I’m working on a similar part. This puts me in the driver’s seat in controlling my job performance and profitability.” A demonstration of the combined solution is available by completing an online form on the Datanomix website at www.datanomix.io/schedule-a-demo/ . Existing joint ProShop/Datanomix customers can reach out to Datanomix Support to enable the integration. And if you’re attending the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, Illinois from September 12 - 17, visit the East building and stop by to see Datanomix in booth 135958 and ProShop ERP in booth 133027 . With the rise of Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, piezoelectrics, or materials that generate electric charge when a strain is applied to them, are becoming useful as compact and energy-efficient force sensors. Piezotronics has emerged as a technological frontier with applications in structural health monitoring in civil engineering and human-machine interface devices. Piezotronic force sensors are typically governed by a strain-induced “Schottky barrier height (SBH) modulation” or by a “piezo-gating effect” that redistributes the charge carriers in an induced piezoelectric field. However, while SBH-based devices have been well-explored, piezo-gating based devices remain less understood, limiting the fabrication of piezo-gated transistors, the building block of all electronics. Additionally, the piezo-gating effect is often confused with the “piezoresistive effect,” a co-existing phenomenon with similar response. To harness the full potential of the piezo-gating effect, it needs to be better understood. In a new study published in Nano Energy , researchers from National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan report a “dual-mode” piezo-gated thin-film transistor (PGTFT) along with an analytical model explaining its working mechanism. The PGTFT exhibits an unprecedented operation between two modes, namely depletion and accumulation, and a record gauge factor (ratio of relative change in current to mechanical strain) of 2780, indicating its extreme sensitivity. “PGTFTs relying solely on the piezo-gating effect are essential for developing advanced piezotronic devices, but most PGTFTs reported so far show indistinct piezo-gating effect through SBH modulation induced by piezoelectric fields, and can detect only one-dimensional strain,” says Prof. Chuan-Pu Liu, the corresponding author of the study. In their work, the researchers used zinc oxide (ZnO) to fabricate the thin-film transistors owing to the versatile piezoelectric and semiconductor properties of ZnO. The charge carrier concentrations in the ZnO thin films were varied in a controlled manner by changing the gas used during their preparation. The thin films were then fully characterized and used to prepare two distinct PGTFT configurations. The team tested the current-voltage characteristics of the PGTFTs by subjecting them to strain and analyzed the results both analytically and using numerical simulations. Additionally, they explored the effect of changing carrier concentrations on the operation modes of the PGTFTs to gauge the influence of the piezo-gating effect. The team found increased strains reduced the current in the top PGTFT electrode but increased it in the bottom electrode. This happened due to the electrons moving from the top to the bottom in response to the force, creating a depletion at the top and an accumulation of electrons at the bottom. This affected the output current and revealed the co-existence of piezo-gating effect and piezoresistive effect, with the piezo-gating effect being dominant. Additionally, the team showed, both experimentally and analytically, that the gauge factor is sensitive to the carrier concentration, showing a 44% enhancement in their design. “Our proposed analytical model explains the workings of the PGTFT perfectly, showing agreement with experiment as well as simulations. These findings will pave the way for the development and application of multi-dimension strain-sensing PGTFTs,” says Prof. Liu. This could lead to novel human-machine interfaces that are compact, cost-effective, and less power-hungry.

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  • When was Datanomix founded?

    Datanomix was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Datanomix's headquarters?

    Datanomix's headquarters is located at 71 Spit Brook Rd, Nashua.

  • What is Datanomix's latest funding round?

    Datanomix's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Datanomix raise?

    Datanomix raised a total of $9.05M.

  • Who are the investors of Datanomix?

    Investors of Datanomix include Wasabi Ventures Partners, Alumni Ventures, Argon Ventures, Mill Works Fund, York IE and 8 more.

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