Oregon-based Galois has spun off a growing division, which is headquartered in Dayton. The new firm, Tangram Flex, is located at the 444 Building downtown.
Tangram Flex is a software re-engineering company that provides smart tooling to reconfigure large and complex embedded systems, such as those found in planes, ships, automobiles, drones and satellites. For example, replacing a single component in complex system found in a cars is a painstaking manual process of integration and testing. Tangram Flex technology allows engineers to quickly reconfigure existing systems and to re-use components across different systems.
Tangram Flex was created this year and already has grown to seven full-time employees. Officials expect to have between 15 and 20 employees by the end of the year.