Nutshell

In a Nutshell with Kenny Steele of Pinnacle Visualisation

Our nutshell today is Kenny Steele of Pinnacle Visualisation. Kenny and his sister Lynsey Steele set up Pinnacle Visualisation three years ago. They participated in the first Elevator Accelerator cohort which helped them to consolidate their vision for the business. They have worked closely with...

Today's nutshell is Kenny Steele, Director of Pinnacle Visualisation. Pinnacle Visualisation is an innovative software development house specialising in Augmented and Virtual Reality solutions.

Photograph of Kenny Steele of Pinnacle Visualisation - this weeks Company Connecting Nutshell

Today's nutshell is David Eccles, Director of Wallscope. Wallscope is focused on developing Artificial Intelligence tools which semantically enhance ‘non semantic’ pieces of content.

Wallscope was formed to enable David and his colleague Ian Allaway to  build on the research and development they had carried out in the area of semantic technology and linked data principles.

Picture of Alice Cooper with Salvador Dali - for the article on David Eccles of Wallscope - experts in artificial intelligence and Semantic technologies

Today's nutshell is Craig Buchan, Founder and Managing Director of Qpal. Qpal brings cashless event experience to the events industry and delivers bespoke data analytics solutions.

Headshot of Craig Buchan founder and managing director of Qpal, a Company Connecting Nutshell

Ewan Waugh of E-wan Networks is the subject of today's nutshell. Ewan sees great opportunities in the Unified Communications Solutions market. Over the years he has amassed considerable experience in telecoms and has been involved in the deployment of the largest and most complex Skype for Business solution globally.

Photograph of Ewan Waugh of E-Wan Networks, the subject of a Company Connecting nutshell

This week's Nutshell is James Littlejohn, founder of Dsensor, the opensource Peer to Peer (P2P) platform to gather data to enable senseMaking i.e. we can all help to make sense of the world. James is currently considering working on crowdfunding his enterprise. He can turn his hand to anything - from joinery, to book keeping, scottish music and ofcourse he is an entrepreneur and programmer extraordinaire.

THe Dsensor logo corresponding to the Nutshell about James Littlejohn, the Dsensor founder

Andrew, like so many of our Nutshells cut his computing teeth on a Sinclair ZX81. He is another Tesla aficionado. One of Andrew's biggest interests is technology and film and he would love to meet Dennis Muren.  Dennis Muren is a legendary special effects supervisor and has worked with Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and...... James Cameron. Do you think Andrew could be related to James?

Photograph of Andrew Cameron Project Manager at Lockheed Martin

Our Nutshell this week, Vino Patel, has adopted a unique and radical approach to Cyber Security. His start-up company, secur-IT-ism, recognises the blend of skills needed to address security cyber security issues. His team includes graduates diagnosed with Aspergers or high functioning autism.  Many cyber adversaries have similar traits - so this is fighting 'like with like'.

Company COnnecting Nutshell. Vinod Patel of Securitism who provides a Managed Security Services Provider as an outsourced on-site service.

Meet Szymon Szymczyna, a keen archer and the founder of both Devbar and Treado. Szymon is passionate about turning his ideas into reality. 

Company Connecting: In a nutshell with Szymon Szymczyna of Devbar and Treado

Read S. Claus (honest I am handsome) in a Nutshell. Yet another Sinclair ZX81 aficionado. He would exchange reindeer for a Bugatti Veyron or a Lamborghini Murcielago any day.

Christmas blog from Company Connecting: In a Nutshell with S. Claus of North Pole Enterprises