The history of the “Multi-Engineering Disciplines Innovative Science” (MEDIS) is related to the establishment of the “Engineering Technologies” (ETec) Research Organization in 2001. ETec was pioneer in development of software and robotic prototypes. Based on that foundation, Medis was established in April 2016 with the aim of designing revolutionary technologies in computing and robotics. Medis has since incorporated talented, creative, experienced and motivated experts worldwide. Medis is quite passionate in developing enterprise-grade technology solutions focusing on Software Development, Semantic Robotics, Supercomputing Architecture, and Academia. The main goal of Medis is designing cutting edge technologies and next generation solutions to comfort human life. Download Catalog
We are interdisciplinary, We are all engineers who work hard to develop real solutions in different fields such as:
Medis designs and produces ultra-scale software solutions for industry and home users. Digimenu, a global solution for introducing products and services is one of the very successful examples and top in the market. Alobodo is an all-in-one solution providing a medium for technicians and service providers to present themselves internationally.
Medis focuses on replacing conventional Artificial Intelligence (AI) with its successor, Semantic Intelligence (SI) and applies it on industrial and civil robotics solutions. The Humanoid robotics project has been designed and developed based on human anatomical structure including flexible and realistic joints, onboard personal supercomputer, and Semantic Intelligent decision-making algorithm.
Medis produces state-of-the-art technologies in supercomputing design including heterogeneous architecture based on FPGA and GPGPU in addition to conventional CPUs. Ultra-dense supercomputing single racks with more than two petaflops of computing power satisfies computation and ICT infrastructural demands of any medium to large-scale companies.
Medis believes in foundations of engineering where ideas must be formed into practice. Actualizing theories into the reality is not served by industrial revolutions only; and indeed, academia is the way to shape such groundworks. The Medis University of Science and Technology (MUST) and the Saran College are two pioneering institutes aiming to achieve this goal internationally.