2018 Research Publication: A Surveillance Infrastructure for Malaria Analytics: Provisioning Data Access and Preservation of Interoperability

A deployment of IPSNP’s HYDRA was used to support Malaria Analytics in research published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the Center for Biomedical Informatics, Department of Pediatrics, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, United States. This work was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (OPP ID # 1162018). A license for the use of HYDRA was provided by IPSNP Computing Inc.  ...

IPSNP’s HYDRA presented at Canadian AI in Industry, Challenges in Real Life Products

IPSNP’s HYDRA presented at Canadian AI in Industry, Challenges in Real Life Products HYDRA is a semantic data federation engine designed for subject matter experts with minimal technical expertise. Using a graphical query canvas consultants and business analysts can construct complex queries using a series of simple keywords or key-phrases. Completed graphical queries are translated to SPARQL and issued to HYDRA. Employing a registry of SADI semantic web services the HYDRA is able to automatically discover services, plan and execute complex workflows according to an analyst’s ad-hoc query needs. In this demonstration consultants use HYDRA to select crop varieties, dynamically compute profit margins, and determine appropriate pesticides for each crop variety....

IPSNP’s CEO nominated for 2017 New Brunswick BioScience Achievement Award

Dr. Baker is CEO of IPSNP Computing. Based on Dr. Baker’s research, IPSNP has developed a data query platform named HYDRA, which provides decision support to managers based on integrated access to analytical software and enterprise databases. HYDRA’s data analysis is highly efficient and of much lower cost than existing data aggregation tools. HYDRA was successfully tested in a U.S. hospital for the clinical surveillance of sepsis and is in trials for use in agriculture.  ...

IPSNP invited to 2016 GODAN Summit in New York: Research symposium open research data going forward

Chris Baker, CEO of the Saint John data analytics company IPSNP Computing, will outline how his Big Data product can analyze agricultural data in real time to help small farmers improve their output. Research symposium open research data going forward Reflections from the GODAN summit-2016 IPSNP becomes a partner of GODAN: At GODAN our partners, from governments, non-government organisations and businesses, have a wealth of knowledge, both of the technical aspects of open data as well as in-depth experience of the issues facing the people this global initiative will benefit, particularly smallholder farmers and consumers.  ...

IPSNP participates Canadian Technology Accelerators (CTA) in Boston 2014 and London 2015

” The Boston accelerator, which takes in about 25 companies a year, is especially popular with the Atlantic Canadian community because of proximity and the cultural links. It has hosted such companies as Sequence Bio of St. John’s, N.L., Mindful Scientific of Halifax and IPSNP of Saint John, N.B.” ” Both companies had excellent experiences in last year’s CTA @ Boston accelerator and feel like many companies would benefit from the experience.” IPSNP Computing Inc. participated in the Boston CTA  ...

IPSNP accepted to Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) Soft Landing Program

IPSNP accepted to Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) Soft Landing Program. The program offers qualified, mature startups and small-to medium-sized enterprises exposure to business opportunities around the world. It provides the opportunity to work from an accelerator, incubator or co-working space to obtain regional support and resources for the right connections to help open new markets, close international sales or connect with new...