Six Feet Up Receives ICE Award
October 07, 2015
Six Feet Up is thrilled to have been selected as the recipient of the ICE (Innovation Connectivity & Excellence) Award at the Rainmakers ConnectTech. The ICE award honors individuals who demonstrate innovation and a commitment to excellence in the Indianapolis technology community.
Six Feet Up won the award for its work on a research portal that helps analyze part of the data from the New Horizons Satellite that went to the planet Pluto. The portal provides scientists with robust tools to help make sense of the data, such as the ability to create custom plotting charts. Researchers can narrow down the results shown by specifying start/end dates and times using various time formats. Ad-hoc plotting charts can also be easily added and edited.
Rainmakers ConnectTech is Indy’s premiere event platform that brings together technology influencers in a social atmosphere inspired by an accomplished industry leader. They strive to create an environment of hospitality with an emphasis on business development growth.
Six Feet Up is a certified woman-owned business (WBE) software company that develops, deploys, hosts and supports enterprise-grade web projects. Our focus is on managing data, sites and systems using open source web frameworks such as Pyramid, Django and Plone. Companies like NASA and UCLA have sought out Six Feet Up’s passion for quality since 1999.