VIMOC

VIMOC Technologies, Inc. has developed the world's first open platform for the Understanding of Things (UoT) that enables citizens, businesses and cities to gather knowledge and learn so that we might better understand how to manage and optimize the way by which we work and live. The Internet of Things is about connecting the world; VIMOC's Landscape Computing network is about understanding it. By deploying sensors near the edge of the network, cities, communities and enterprises can gather intelligence to better manage resources based on human behavior.



about the company

Founders

A global visionary entrepreneur with over 15 years of industry experience spanning R&D, product development, business development, sales, industry evangelism, and general management.

Entered the start-up world after working in industry, engineering research and academia. Having experience in power distribution systems, a Ph.D. in implantable R.F. electronics and expertise in MEMS.

VIMOC in the press

May 9, 2016

Driverless vehicles can trial here

As the era of the driverless car draws nearer, Australia has literally been sleeping at the wheel. STEER: Driverless vehicles have the potential to cut traffic congestion, improve fuel efficiency and reduce pollution, as well as increase road safety. This is a golden opportunity to establish Newcastle as the NSW hub for the research, development and integration of driverless vehicles and associated transport technologies. Driverless vehicles and infrastructure technologies have the potential to cut traffic congestion, improve fuel efficiency and reduce pollution, as well as increase road safety. In the UK, Chancellor George Osborne announced in this year’s budget that driverless vehicles would be trialled on UK roads and motorways from 2017.

Oct. 3, 2015

News

VIMOC Technologies directors Tarik and Anthony were interviewed by Australia's ABC, 1233 Newcastle about our exciting new pilot project on Darby Street in Newcastle. July 12, 2013VIMOC innovation labs receives Tech voucher grant from the NSW government to support product development effort. Listen hereAug 06, 2013Newcastle, Australia: Tarik and Anthony interviewed by ABC 1233 morning radio host Aaron Kearney. May 13, 2013Newcastle Herald Article: SILICON Valley one day, Hunter Valley the next. Media Release hereNov 5, 2012Paper accepted at CSTIC 2013: Paper entitled " A Novel Cognitive Computing SoC Architecture with an Extended Compressed Sensing Domain Learning Capability:" has been accepted for an oral presentation ...