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  • DSwiss SecureSafe goes Android

    December 20th, 2012

    SecureSafe from Zürich based DSwiss is now available to all Android users. The mobile application for the leading password and document safe sets new standards in terms of usability and high security mobile web technology. In collaboration with Canoo a cross-platform approach based on Sencha Touch was implemented that makes no compromises when it comes to native look & feel or the handling of sensitive data. The results are an impressive demonstration of how mobile web solutions are pointing the way forward in the efficient implementation of business critical applications. You can find out more about Canoo´s mobile expertise on our website.
    Click here to download SecureSafe app from the Google Play Store!

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    Successful KTI project with FHNW

    December 11th, 2012

    Canoo and Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW) are developing six high functionality user interface components based on Canoo RIA Suite. By the end of 2012 four of the six components should be completed. Both partners benefit considerably from the cooperation, which is receiving financial support from the Kommission für Technologie und Innovation (KTI).

    ULCGraph – an application that allows you to create and display diagrams and graphs – is already available on the market, while development is almost complete on ULCCalendar. Two further applications will be finished by the end of the year. You can gain an initial impression of ULCGeoMaps and ULCBigTableExplorer from the existing demos. Development will commence in the New Year on the two components ULCWatchboard and ULCAdHocReporting.

    During implementation, tasks were divided between the two development teams. Three of the components are being developed under the leadership of Dieter Holz, Head of Customer Solutions at Canoo, while the Institute for Information Systems at the FHNW is responsible for the other three components. Bradley Richards and his team are supporting the project in Usability Engineering and in technical issues, such as the optimal client-server split, for instance, as well as performance and memory optimization.

    Furthermore, benefits will accrue to both Canoo and the FHNW from the mutual project. While the commercial partner gains access to additional know-how and the research capabilities of the university, the FHNW has the opportunity to introduce its expertise into industrial projects with a strong real world focus.

    The go-ahead for the 18 month research partnership was given in February 2012. The project was originally inspired by a dissertation supervised by Canoo that demonstrated potential for further development at its conclusion. Solutions to staffing, funding and the administration of usage rights were quickly arrived at, and hence, a mere two months elapsed between concept and commencement of work. On the financial side, Canoo and the KTI each contributed 50% to costs. Thanks to this support, the business and academic partners were able to work quickly and effectively, delivering promising results within a short space of time. For Canoo, participation in such projects represents a sound investment, as Dieter Holz explains: “We aim at creating high quality, innovative products for our customers. We have succeeded in achieving this goal once again thanks to this joint KTI project with the FHNW. We therefore aim to support such collaborations in the future.”

    Read the entire article about the research partnership between Canoo and the FHNW (German).

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