Innovation is at the heart of our development and is part of Deveryware’s culture. That is why in 2021, we invested almost 10% of our turnover in R&D.

Internal R&D

After its creation, Deveryware became a leading technology company in the field of security very quickly.  Our group is there to help law enforcement agencies respond to problems linked to new forms of crime and to the resilience of large organizations.  In order to offer tools and systems with ever-increasing performance, we have been able to innovate and invest in platforms with more functions.

Lab innovation

In January 2018, Deveryware created the Innovation Lab in Madrid composed of a dozen engineers.  This lab aims to present from developers coming from R&D projects the co-creation of new systems, including those dedicated to the evolution of emergency services in everyday conditions.

GHALE, a call routing platform, is the first project to come out of Lab Innovation.

More about GHALE

GEOHUB

It is a real-time geolocation platform with extensible capabilities that can generate 10 million API requests per day.   Based on heterogeneous data aggregation, we control the entire end-to-end infrastructure with a private cloud.

It is the guarantee that our partners benefit from the highest level of data storage security.

Learn more about Geohub

DeveryAnalytics

With our subsidiary OAK Branch, which specializes in Big Data and cybersecurity, we have developed a solution that can analyze massive and heterogeneous data taken on by researchers.

The DeveryAnalytics platform from this research work can automatically court heterogeneous information, thus ensuring time savings for researchers in the field.

Learn more about DeveryAnalytics

Collaborative R&D

Deveryware is heavily involved in the major research and innovation themes of public and civil security (digital cities and zones, major events and sensitive sites), Deveryware ensures the continuous improvement of its technological services by integrating geolocation, cybersecurity, IoT, Big data, artificial intelligence…

Learn more about our collaborative R&D projects

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