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Synapse Technology Corporation

Our proprietary deep learning and computer vision systems automate threat classification in security & defense visual analysis. From remote sensing to TSA baggage screening, our systems increase threat detection accuracy and throughput at secure perimeters.

Partnerships

TSASandia National LaboratoriesThe Chertoff GroupRapiscan SystemsMITHarvard Medical SchoolStanfordScout Ventures

Are you a government agency, airport, hardware manufacturer, or security company? Integrate our technology into your security offerings.

Job Openings

Work with us and help make the world a safer place. Together, we can modernize security everywhere.

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Company Overview

Synapse Technology Corporation modernizes the defense image intelligence industry with proprietary deep learning and computer vision technology.

Synapse Technology first tackles security screening checkpoints with our intelligent threat detection system, which operates on baggage X-Ray & CT scanners. As a member of the US Government OTAP program, we are collaborating with TSA, Sandia National Labs, and checkpoint OEMs.

Current baggage security checkpoints have a low accuracy due to their dependance on inaccurate human perception to identify prohibited items. Our software systems increase accuracy significantly, while helping operators avoid false positives with our safe-item detection ability. 

Industry Council

Gale Rossides

Formed the Transportation Security Administration after 9/11. TSA's Acting Administrator in 2009 and 2010. Held executive ledaership roles in the organization under both President Bush and President Obama.

Gale Rossides

Created the Transportation Security Administration after 9/11.

Bradley Harrison

West Point & MIT alumnus, army ranger. Harrison's venture firm, Scout Ventures, applies advanced technology to government organizations.

Bradley Harrison

West Point alumnus, army ranger. Runs government-focused Scout Ventures.

Dr. Jeremy Wolfe

Harvard Medical School Professor, runs the Visual Search and Attention lab out of Brigham & Women's Hospital. Widely considered to be the world's leading expert on visual search.

Dr. Jeremy Wolfe

Harvard Medical School Professor, world's leading expert on visual attention.

Mark Triplett

Vice President of Intellectual Property at Sonos. Leading expert in defensive and offensive patents in the software-hardware interchange.

Mark Triplett

VP of Intellectual Property at Sonos.

Mark Robertson

Former Associate General Counsel for the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate.

Mark Robertson

Former Associate General Counsel for Homeland Security.

Will Anderson

Former Intellectual Property Counsel and the Deputy Associate General Counsel for the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate.

Will Anderson

Former Intellectual Property Counsel for Homeland Security.

Doug Jeffrey

West Point graduate and military veteran with over 20 years of enterprise sales & management expertise.

Doug Jeffrey

West Point alumnus with over 20 years of enterprise sales experience.

Eric Del Balso

Over 20 years of experience in strategy, sales, and business development experience at high tech companies in Silicon Valley. Eric has spend 20 years in variety of commercial roles at Microsoft, Yahoo & Excite@Home.

Eric Del Balso

Over 20 years of experience in strategy, sales, and business development experience at high tech companies in Silicon Valley.

Nathanial Wish

Founder and Managing Partner at Responder Ventures, a VC firm dedicated to supporting innovation in the public safety sector. Nate is a Reserve Deputy Detective Sheriff, successful entrepreneur and a Managing Member of Wish Investments, a single family office. 

Nathanial Wish

Entrepreneur, investor and active first responder. Founder of Responder Ventures.

Operational Team

Ian Cinnamon

MIT Brain and Cognitive Science alumnus. Sold his startup, superlabs, to Zynga. Led Immunity Project through Y Combinator as one of the incubator's first nonprofits. Forbes 30 Under 30 Recipient.

Ian Cinnamon

Simanta Gautam

MIT Computer Science and Electrical Engineering alumnus. Carried out artificial intelligence research in industry (Clarifai, Microsoft) and academia (MIT, Harvard). Worked at NASA, where he was among the first to introduce deep learning to remote sensing.

Simanta Gautam

Bruno Faviero

MIT Computer Science Alumnus. Founding Managing Partner of Dorm Room Fund Boston. As one of the earliest employees at Kensho, Bruno executed in client-facing engineering and product roles. At Synapse, Bruno leads industry partnerships and product strategy.

Bruno Faviero