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Foundation

Managing Director, Geir Ove Skjaervik, graduated from the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH) in 1983. Since then he has pursued a career as a electrical engineer and later a software developer. This combination has brought to the table a varied set of skills and experiences that has proved useful in our projects. Projects has covered developing wireless communication systems, signal processing systems, analog and digital filter technology, assembly programming and advanced object oriented programming in Smalltalk and later Java to name a few. He filed for a patent of a noise immune power supply system in 1987, developed his own programming language and toolset in 1992, developed a framework for Object Oriented programming with distributed transactions from 1995 and filed for a patent of an advanced drawing tool in 2000.

In 1989 Skjaervik was the first non us citizen to take a semester course in Mathematica at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana Campus. Mathematica, developed by Wolfram Research, is a tool to perform symbolical mathematical computations. Skjaervik also demoed Mathematica for Wolfram Research at several convention centers during 1989.

Our experience has broadened our perspective to what's possible and paved the way to better solutions to achieve our customers goals. Along with exciting frameworks for software development, we think this is one of our most valuable assets.