Find below some of KeyLemon partners.
Microsoft BizSpark Award
KeyLemon is officially partner of the Microsoft BizSpark program and got the BizSpark Award.
Microsoft BizSpark is a global program designed to accelerate the success of early stage Startups. BizSpark provides software, support and visibility to Startups:
BizSpark provides entrepreneurs fast and easy access to current full-featured Microsoft development tools and productions licenses of server products, with no upfront costs and minimal requirement
Community-driven support (guidance, resources and mentoring) by Network Partners, active members of the global software ecosystem who are qualified to provide support and advice to Startups. However, professional Support from Microsoft is provided as well, such as unlimited email support, online training and invitations to local technical events for entrepreneurs working with early adopter technologies, like Windows 7, Silverlight, Azure and SQL Server 2008.
Each BizSpark Startup will have the opportunity to profile their organization in the BizSparkDB, an online Startup directory, hosted on the Microsoft StartupZone web site. Startups will get exposure to potential investors, partners and customers around the world.
Morpher is a code obfuscation and software watermarking solution focused on protection of software algorithms. Despite of other software protection solutions on the market which operate only on the final binary, Morpher compiles your C/C++ source code using engine based on industry-standard C/C++ compiler. It seamlessly integrates into your buildchain with huge number of OSes and architectures supported.
The two key functional areas of Morpher are the code obfuscation and software watermarking. It supports big number of code obfuscation methods which can be combined in different combinations. Watermarks adds new resistance layer for your software, thus making it as much protected as possible.
The TABULA RASA project will address some of the issues of direct (spoofing) attacks to trusted biometric systems. This is an issue that needs to be addressed urgently because it has recently been shown that conventional biometric techniques, such as fingerprints and face, are vulnerable to direct (spoof) attacks.
The project is supported by the European Commission trough Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The programme is designed to support a wide range of participants: from universities, through public authorities to small enterprises and researchers in developing countries. This section of the CORDIS FP7 service is intended to provide an introduction to the EU's next research Framework Programme tailored to the questions of key groups of potential participants and interested.
KeyLemon will mainly contribute in software integration and field tests evaluation. Concretely, some of the delivered algorithms will be integrated into KeyLemon's products. We will perform a field test campaign with our existing community of Beta testers. Besides helping to identify some potential software bugs, this step will help to evaluate the technology in "real life conditions". It will also provide to researchers useful feedbacks for technology updates.
We are really proud to be chosen by the European Commission and are very motivated to participate at this program.
Lift will explore the most overlooked aspect of innovation: people. Known in techno-parlance as users, consumers, clients, participants, prosumers, citizens or activists, people ultimately define the success of all technological and entrepreneurial projects. They adopt or refute, promote or demote; embrace, reject, or re-purpose. Their approaches are unique, influenced by cultural and generational diversity. A decade after the rebirth of user-centered design and innovation, it is time to explore the myths and uncover the reality behind the "connected people".
CTI is the Confederation's Innovation Promotion Agency. For the past sixty years, it has fostered knowledge and technology transfer between companies and universities by bringing them together as partners on applied research and development projects. CTI also provides assistance to start-up companies.
Compared to other countries, Switzerland has one of the highest levels of innovation. CTI has a budget of around CHF 100 million. "Science to Market" is the CTI credo. Companies work with universities to generate new knowledge that can be used to develop products and services and bring them to market.
CTI provides funding to
- Market-oriented R&D projects, which companies and universities work together on to develop products and services.
- The creation and expansion of scientifically-based companies
- Knowledge and technology transfer through platforms and networks
R&D project grants are available in all disciplines where scientific innovation is possible. Project applications are submitted on the basis of the bottom-up principle. Grants are awarded to innovative projects that have considerable market potential.
CTI helps entrepreneurs get started by putting them through Venturelab training modules. These modules provide entrepreneurs with the tools and methods they need to successfully implement their business ideas in a company; Newly formed companies and new entrepreneurs can also request professional coaching. Support is given to knowledge-intensive and technology-based companies with great market potential.
The CTI's KTT initiative strengthens regional knowledge and technology transfer between universities and regional industries. Local professionally run KTT consortiums provide assistance to SMEs and universities by facilitating contacts and helping them to develop projects. Innovative Swiss companies and researchers also gain access to international programmes and networks such as IMS, ESA and EUREKA.