AUDI to Test Complexity Chip

Como, 11-th October, 2018. Ingolstadt-based AUDI Electronics Venture, AEV, will evaluate the QCM Chip (or Complexity Chip) for a range of applications. The chip is based on FPGA technology and has been developed jointly by Ontonix and SAIC in the framework of a project funded by the US Department of Defense Executive Agent for Printed Circuit Board and Interconnect Technology and the NSWC (Naval Surface Warfare Center). Each chip is delivered with a specific board - Digilent ZedBoard - which includes a microprocessor that manages all data Input/Output as well the chip itself.

“The chip constitutes the heart of an Intelligent Black Box - a device that can be mounted on cars, aircraft, submarines or on any mission-critical piece of equipment, and deliver early warning signals of imminent systemic malfunctions”, said Dr. J. Marczyk, the founder and President of Ontonix. “We are proud of the fact that AUDI, a leading manufacturer of luxury vehicles with whom we cooperate since nearly a decade, will evaluate the chip in various fields” he continued. “As the software and electronics on modern cars is rapidly becoming highly complex, this complexity can cause malfunctions. Monitoring it in real time not only indicates which sub-systems are the drivers of complexity, it also makes it possible to anticipate breakdowns, indicating potential causes. Monitoring the complexity on a fleet of cars will deliver knowledge that can be useful in the design of future software and electronics architectures in that complexity itself will become a proper design attribute” he concluded.

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Jacek Marczyk

Visionary, scientist, businessman and writer with over 35 years of experience in QUANTITATIVE large-scale Uncertainty and Complexity Management in diverse fields (manufacturing, finance, economics).

Author of nine books on simulation, uncertainty and complexity management, rating.

Developed in mid 90s the theory of eigenvalue orbits, a generalization of the concept of eigenvalue.

In 2000-2005 has developed the first Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT), including a comprehensive measure of complexity.

Founded Ontonix Complexity Management in 2005 in the USA and launched in 2006 the first commercial system for MEASURING and managing complexity: OntoSpace.

In 2007 launched first on-line Resilience Rating for businesses, an objective and transparent rating system:

http://www.rate-a-business.com/

In 2009 delivered real-time technology to measure the complexity and stability of patients during operation or permanence in Intensive Care Units.

http://www.ontomeds.com

Developed a new theory of risk and rating published in 2009 in a book entitled "A New Theory of Risk and Rating".

Over last decade develops quantitative complexity management (QCM) technology and solutions for applications in economics, finance, Risk Rating and Management as well as in Asset Management and medicine. In the past five years works towards the democratization of ratings.

In 2013 he founded London-based Assetdyne, focusing on design of complexity-based high-performance portfolios and complexity-based asset allocation and asset management.

http://www.assetdyne.com

He is currently focusing on creating a new Rating Agency and a fund which will be managed via complexity technology (QCT).

Ontonix Signs Agreement with WIM, Military Institute of Medicine in Warsaw

Warsaw, April 6-th, 2018. WIM's director General Div. Prof. Dr Hab. Med. Grzegorz Gielerak signed with the chairman of Ontonix Dr. Jacek Marczyk, an agreement focusing on scientific and research cooperation. "The concluded agreement is the beginning of a promisingly interesting cooperation" - says Gen.Gielerak. "The Department of Cardiology and Internal Medicine WIM, with which the research will be carried out,  for more than twenty years has been a leading center conducting research in the field of non-invasive diagnostic methods in cardiology".

Ontonix s.r.l is an international company specializing in innovative methods of data analysis based on the assessment of the dynamics of complexity changes of the studied systems. Unique solutions proposed by Ontonix engineers with many years of scientific experience have proved useful, among others in the military, logistics, aviation engineering or capital markets, in predicting crisis situations and their impact on the system in which they took place.

"Cooperation with the Military Medical Institute gives a chance to assess the suitability of the methods developed by us in medicine" - says Dr. Jacek Marczyk - "We are happy that it is with the Military Institute that we will develop our activity in this area, because it guarantees us reliable results and access to the staff at the highest level, which is necessary for the joint commercialization of such solutions".

"An innovative approach to the synchronous evaluation of the dynamics of changes in the functioning of circulatory and nervous systems can be an important added value to the classical methods of assessing the complexity and interdependence of biological phenomena" - emphasizes General Grzegorz Gielerak.

"In modern cardiology, we can monitor so many parameters that their overall interpretation becomes more and more difficult" - adds Lt. Col. Dr. Hab. Med. Paweł Krzesiński, Head of the Clinic of Cardiology and Internal Diseases - "We are convinced that the holistic approach constituting the main idea of the analytical tools proposed by Ontonix will allow us to better diagnose and treat our patients".

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Jacek Marczyk

Visionary, scientist, businessman and writer with over 35 years of experience in QUANTITATIVE large-scale Uncertainty and Complexity Management in diverse fields (manufacturing, finance, economics).

Author of nine books on simulation, uncertainty and complexity management, rating.

Developed in mid 90s the theory of eigenvalue orbits, a generalization of the concept of eigenvalue.

In 2000-2005 has developed the first Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT), including a comprehensive measure of complexity.

Founded Ontonix Complexity Management in 2005 in the USA and launched in 2006 the first commercial system for MEASURING and managing complexity: OntoSpace.

In 2007 launched first on-line Resilience Rating for businesses, an objective and transparent rating system:

http://www.rate-a-business.com/

In 2009 delivered real-time technology to measure the complexity and stability of patients during operation or permanence in Intensive Care Units.

http://www.ontomeds.com

Developed a new theory of risk and rating published in 2009 in a book entitled "A New Theory of Risk and Rating".

Over last decade develops quantitative complexity management (QCM) technology and solutions for applications in economics, finance, Risk Rating and Management as well as in Asset Management and medicine. In the past five years works towards the democratization of ratings.

In 2013 he founded London-based Assetdyne, focusing on design of complexity-based high-performance portfolios and complexity-based asset allocation and asset management.

http://www.assetdyne.com

He is currently focusing on creating a new Rating Agency and a fund which will be managed via complexity technology (QCT).

Ontonix Receives Contract from Banca Popolare di Sondrio

Como, March 16-th 2018. Ontonix, a company developing solutions and services in Quantitative Complexity Management, announces a contract from the Banca Popolare di Sondrio for the annual renewal of the license of its software products as well as consulting services.


About Banca Popolare di Sondrio

Founded in 1871, the Banca Popolare di Sondrio is one of the first Italian cooperative banks that was inspired by the popular cooperative banking movement. Over time and thanks to the gradual expansion of it´s activities and presence on the territory, the bank gained more regional dimensions with the possibility of operating nationwide, while at the same time keeping strong ties to the zone of origin. The bank employs more than 2,500 persons, and has 300 branches. For more information visit website.

Jacek Marczyk

Visionary, scientist, businessman and writer with over 35 years of experience in QUANTITATIVE large-scale Uncertainty and Complexity Management in diverse fields (manufacturing, finance, economics).

Author of nine books on simulation, uncertainty and complexity management, rating.

Developed in mid 90s the theory of eigenvalue orbits, a generalization of the concept of eigenvalue.

In 2000-2005 has developed the first Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT), including a comprehensive measure of complexity.

Founded Ontonix Complexity Management in 2005 in the USA and launched in 2006 the first commercial system for MEASURING and managing complexity: OntoSpace.

In 2007 launched first on-line Resilience Rating for businesses, an objective and transparent rating system:

http://www.rate-a-business.com/

In 2009 delivered real-time technology to measure the complexity and stability of patients during operation or permanence in Intensive Care Units.

http://www.ontomeds.com

Developed a new theory of risk and rating published in 2009 in a book entitled "A New Theory of Risk and Rating".

Over last decade develops quantitative complexity management (QCM) technology and solutions for applications in economics, finance, Risk Rating and Management as well as in Asset Management and medicine. In the past five years works towards the democratization of ratings.

In 2013 he founded London-based Assetdyne, focusing on design of complexity-based high-performance portfolios and complexity-based asset allocation and asset management.

http://www.assetdyne.com

He is currently focusing on creating a new Rating Agency and a fund which will be managed via complexity technology (QCT).

Ontonix Launches a "Complexity Chip" in Collaboration with SAIC

Como, March 5-th, 2018. Ontonix launches a "Complexity Chip" for ultra-fast and secure complexity monitoring of mission-critical equipment and infrastructures in both military and civilian contexts. The chip is based on FPGA technology and has been developed jointly by Ontonix and SAIC in the framework of a project funded by the US Department of Defense Executive Agent for Printed Circuit Board and Interconnect Technology and the NSWC (Naval Surface Warfare Center).

"After more than a decade of research and testing with numerous clients and in diverse sectors, our QCM (Quantitative Complexity Management) technology is now mature for hardware implementation" said Dr. J. Marczyk, the founder and President of Ontonix. "We are proud to have collaborated with SAIC in the development of this new technology which takes complexity monitoring and management to a totally new level. Military and civilian infrastructures, systems and products, such as cars,  aircraft, or networks, have become increasingly complex and dependant on large amounts of software. As a consequence, their complexity has grown to huge proportions and must be monitored and managed. Because excessive complexity is a fenomenal source of problems, it must be considered as a new attribute and KPI (Key Performance Indicator) of modern products and infrastructures. Monitoring complexity helps to identify where its concentrations occur and, therefore, where it is most likely to expect problems or increased fragility. If you don't want to drown in complexity, the least you can do is monitor it", he added. "When integrated with a software/electronics system of an automobile or an aircraft, the QCM Chip becomes a modern early-warning box which detects both 'local' as well as 'systemic' problems. Conventional black boxes only store data. Our QCM Chip is able to process it and extract additional value in the form of pre-alarms. On another note, it is important to mention that real-time complexity monitoring is possible also in medicine. Over the years we have tested QCM techniques in medicine in various contexts. Now we are ready to move to the next level, by developing advanced patient monitoring systems for hospitals as well as for field application in the form of hand-held devices," he concluded.

With QCM technology now available on a chip, QCM enters into a new era. It is the goal of Ontonix to implement its complexity monitoring chip in:

  • automobiles, land vehicles
  • aircraft, spacecraft, UAVs
  • ships, submarines
  • trains
  • turbines, compressors, transformers
  • networks
  • critical infrastructures

Each chip may be delivered with a specific board, which includes a microprocessor that manages all data Input/Output traffic. Different variants of the product are available, with number of data channels ragning from a few tens to 1000. Shipping of the product will commence in July 2018.

A prototype board with the QCM Chip is illustrated below.

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To obtain more information on our Complexity Chip contact us.

 

 

About SAIC

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a premier technology integrator in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC has approximately 15,000 employees worldwide. For more information visit website.

Jacek Marczyk

Visionary, scientist, businessman and writer with over 35 years of experience in QUANTITATIVE large-scale Uncertainty and Complexity Management in diverse fields (manufacturing, finance, economics).

Author of nine books on simulation, uncertainty and complexity management, rating.

Developed in mid 90s the theory of eigenvalue orbits, a generalization of the concept of eigenvalue.

In 2000-2005 has developed the first Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT), including a comprehensive measure of complexity.

Founded Ontonix Complexity Management in 2005 in the USA and launched in 2006 the first commercial system for MEASURING and managing complexity: OntoSpace.

In 2007 launched first on-line Resilience Rating for businesses, an objective and transparent rating system:

http://www.rate-a-business.com/

In 2009 delivered real-time technology to measure the complexity and stability of patients during operation or permanence in Intensive Care Units.

http://www.ontomeds.com

Developed a new theory of risk and rating published in 2009 in a book entitled "A New Theory of Risk and Rating".

Over last decade develops quantitative complexity management (QCM) technology and solutions for applications in economics, finance, Risk Rating and Management as well as in Asset Management and medicine. In the past five years works towards the democratization of ratings.

In 2013 he founded London-based Assetdyne, focusing on design of complexity-based high-performance portfolios and complexity-based asset allocation and asset management.

http://www.assetdyne.com

He is currently focusing on creating a new Rating Agency and a fund which will be managed via complexity technology (QCT).