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Oct 18, 2022—Innovation Challenge Winners Announced by Allied Command Transformation, NATO Communications and Information Agency

The NATO Innovation Challenge Fall ‘22 finale took place 12 October at the National Military Palace in Bucharest, Romania. The event was opened by General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), and a representative from the Romanian Ministry of Defence. 

Jury President Brigadier General Didier Polomé, special advisor to SACT on digital transformation, announced three winners from Germany, the United States, and Norway, out of dozens of submissions pitched from across the Alliance...

Kinnami and the University of Nebraska from the United States placed second for their resilient hybrid data fabric and analytics for reconstruction in post-conflict environments. Kinnami’s solution ensures data protection, availability, and security in contested and degraded environments. 

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Sep 29, 2022—Five Winners of the 2022 America’s DataHub Innovation Challenge Announced at Defense TechConnect Innovation Summit & Expo

Defense TechConnect’s six Innovation Challenges feature “Shark Tank”-style pitches by startups, universities and national labs competing for more than $500,000 in total prizes and access to more than $50 billion in prototype-level contracting authority for government customers.

 

Advanced Technology International (ATI), TechConnect and America’s DataHub Consortium (ADC) today announced the five winners of the 2022 America’s DataHub Innovation Challenge. Selected from a field of 18 finalists, winners were presented a total $50,000 in cash prizes at the Defense TechConnect (DTC) Innovation Summit & Expo, the nation's largest annual gathering of non-traditional, dual-use emerging technologies aligned with government priority requirements.

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Kinnami AmiShare™ Data Sheet

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Kinnami Technology Whitepaper

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Jul 18, 2022—WVU engineers advance U.S. Air Force search and rescue missions in hostile territories with unmanned drones

Research at West Virginia University combined with Kinnami's platform will be used within a network of drones and in Android Team Awareness Kit (ATAK) devices to form a single network that communicates as one to help U.S. Air Force search and rescue missions. 

 

“Kinnami AmiShare integration with Robot Operating System and the ATAK app will provide a resilient data fabric for secure peer-to-peer communications across rescue teams,” said Sujeesh Krishnan, CEO of Kinnami Software Corporation.

“Our software, in combination with WVU’s positioning and navigation algorithms for drones, will provide new capabilities to the 563rd Rescue Group, our Air Force customer, for locating isolated personnel in network degraded and GPS denied environments,” said Krishnan. “We’re excited to partner with WVU to support faster safer smarter rescue missions for the Air Force and for other first responders where up-to-date situational awareness is key to response and action.” 

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Oct 27, 2021—UNO, UNL Researchers Awarded Dept. of Defense Grant to Improve Bridge Safety

University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) researchers have been awarded $5 million by the Department of Defense Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to conduct research that will extend the lifespan of bridges through new monitoring technology.

 

Kinnami Software Corporation will provide the secure distributed hybrid data fabric and work with researchers to allow secure data collection at the edge using internet of things, including sensors, UAVs and more and secure data processing and management from the edge to the cloud; visualizations and analytics of data using machine learning; socio-technical impacts (e.g., fairness of data, algorithms, and analysis), and decision support systems.

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Life-saving Technology to Support Accurate Location Data & Secure Biometrics in Degraded Environments During Personnel Recovery & Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) Operations

This research is in collaboration with the U.S. Air Force 563rd Rescue Group (RQG), located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona. The 563rd RQG directs the operations of one HC-130J Combat King, two HH-60G Pave Hawk, and three Guardian Angel squadrons in support of world-wide CSAR taskings.

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In cooperation with Kinnami Software Corporation, Constellation has created an end-to-end data security solution using blockchain encryption and distributed data management. This is a massive shift in the utility of blockchain technology for something as prolific and complicated as data.

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Mar 30, 2021—Hanscom Air Force Base—Proven accelerator program welcomes 2nd cohort 

With a tested model in place, organizers of The U.S. Air Force Lab with MassChallenge program, a two-year pilot project designed to increase non-traditional participation in Small Business Innovative Research program opportunities, announced its second cohort March 30.

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Kinnami uniquely secures and optimises data sharing, ongoing data migration and management across distributed systems.  Kinnami has created a unique storage and security system, ‘AmiShare’, which fragments and encrypts data. By storing these encrypted fragments across a distributed network of devices, it can secure data collected on the edge and have application within Satcoms, Defense and Enterprise.

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Kinnami, a cybersecurity company that has developed AmiShare, a distributed data security platform that prevents sensitive data breaches across devices and users, has been awarded a U.S. Air Force (USAF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract through AFWERX and the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) to optimize its technology to enhance and protect the integrity of USAF data against growing data threats.

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Kinnami has developed a next-level encryption product called AmiShare, which breaks data down into tiny fragments – each with its own key. To get a full picture of sensitive information you’d have to access and then decrypt each fragment individually – a big task even for the most sophisticated and dedicated hackers.

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Kinnami, a cybersecurity company that has developed AmiShare, a distributed data security platform that prevents sensitive data breaches across devices and users, has been awarded a U.S. Air Force (USAF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract through AFWERX and the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) to optimize its technology to enhance and protect the integrity of USAF data against growing data threats.

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Jan 15, 2020—Professional Security Magazine—LORCA Latest

The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) has announced 20 scaleups selected to join its fourth cohort of cyber innovators, LORCA’s largest and most international yet.

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