IdeaSynthesis is an information technology development firm based in Boston. Our development work is centered around using technology to provide unique solutions to complex problems, and we work with all levels of technology, from the very small scale (using physical properties of materials for RFID) to the merely small scale (developing sensors and complex communications systems on microcontroller-based custom hardware) to the medium scale (developing custom applications for use on computer desktops) to the large scale (developing web applications for use by the world), and can probably work with whatever it is you may need (provided it is not quantum physics or molecular biology: but we probably know someone to call).
Femi Omojola has over a decade of experience designing complex software in a wide range of fields including RFID and mobile supply chain management, embedded systems and multi-platform desktop, browser and mobile software. Previously Femi led engineering development for United Villages, Inc., a venture funded startup with major operations in India and Cambodia, and at VehicleSense Inc. exploiting patented technology in projects for the Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration. He obtained his S.B. and M.Eng in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a former research assistant in the Physics and Media Group at the MIT Media Laboratory.
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