Who we are
According to Industry 4.0 definitions, ZenaByte is an innovative spin-off of the DIBRIS Department of the University of Genoa whose main object is the "Development of innovative methodologies for intelligent management, interpretation and extraction of knowledge from data".
ZenaByte birth is based on the research activities, consolidated in several European projects and in collaboration with major international companies, of its founding members:
- Carlo Dambra, PhD in Electronic and Computer Engineering, legal representative of MAC96 s.a.s. (co-founder of ZenaByte), who has more than 25 years of experience in the fields of data and signals processing, risk analysis and in the preparation and management of research projects funded by the European Commission;
- Davide Anguita, Electronic Engineer and University Professor (SSD ING-INF / 05 - Information Processing Systems), member of the Department of Computer Science, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering (DIBRIS) of the University of Genoa;
- Luca Oneto, Electronic Engineer and university researcher (SSD ING-INF / 05 - Information Processing Systems), member of the Department of Computer Science, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering (DIBRIS) of the University of Studies of Genoa.
What we do
The ZenaByte core business is represented by software solutions development and computer architectures design for:
- Intelligent data management, processing, interpretation and reporting;
- Knowledge Extraction from data;
- Data enhancement to turn data into corporate assets;
- Decision support systems based also on risk analysis;
- The development of technologies for IT systems protection to guarantee their availability, confidentiality and integrity;
- The integration of technological solutions currently available in other sectors in the company reference context (e.g. Blockchain);
- The integration of data coming from third parties and the creation of specific solutions for the collection and usage of data/information provided by "external" sources such as webservices, social networks, IoT platforms, and so on;
- Risk analysis (for industrial safety and security applications).