About Tome - Where Owls Dare
At Tome, we believe the future of mobility tech innovation is about connections in the real world. It’s about the social fabric, hard wires and invisible over-the-air signals that link the people, products and tools we need to live, work and thrive. Founded in 2014 by serial entrepreneurs Jake Sigal and Massimo Baldini, Tome employs the best minds and the right technology to solve complex problems by creating software that brings people together in an increasingly mobile landscape. Powered by a healthy blend of engineering skill, trusted research and raw creative energy, Tome works fast to replace red tape with rocket fuel in the lab. The team stands uniquely positioned to go beyond software development by improving user experiences and marketing products for clients.
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Automotive and Mobility Services
Tome Detroit Software Services is a proven leader in the design, development, validation and launch of software products and services and is uniquely positioned to put its vast experience to work for its clients and partners. Tome Detroit Software Services goes far beyond software development. Tome owls are experts in mobility tech and evaluating technology for solutions to problems requiring artificial intelligence, sensor fusion, V2V/V2X technologies and hardware prototyping. Their expertise with third-party services, Tome’s network of resources and its dedication to leveraging the right team and tools for any challenge increases project speed and efficiency.
- Commercial delivery
- Data analytics
- Heat mapping
- Multimodal journey planning
- Offline mapping
- Route optimization
- Vector tiles
- IVI integrations
- TCU Integrations
- BSMs & PSMs
- Software Defined Radio (SDR)
- Multimodal transportation
- Bike share integrations
- Athlete performance tracking
Customers & Partners
3rd Party Integrations
Tome’s advanced process grows each idea from concept to reality organically, resulting in a validated business model, prototypes, a viable minimum product and a product launch. The end results are validated, practical solutions to real-world problems, supported by Tome research all the way, with all conceivable risks mitigated.
Tome’s production phase is where the research rubber hits the road. Products and services developed by Tome engineers work within an existing technical infrastructure or are supported by a custom framework. Success at this stage is measured by quality, stability, timeliness and, above all, customer satisfaction.
- We want to be great people first, great employees second.
- We want to work and “execute” at an elite level. We must strive to be the best within our capabilities. Failure is expected and part of success.
- We want to work with people smarter than us.
- We never stop learning.
- We have a can do attitude. No job is outside of our job description. We live on task lists.
- We love work-life balance (and typically do more of both than most of our friends).
- We hold ourselves to higher-than-average personal and professional ethical standards.
- We know our individual attitude and behavior represents everyone in the company. Obviously, we’re all human and make mistakes, but we always strive to do the right thing, even when it’s not the popular thing.
To see the current roster:
VISIT THE TEAM PAGE
Tome is proud to be part of the Hacker Fellows program. Through the fellowship program, Tome has been able to provide exciting tech opportunities for talented coders in the Detroit-area. We offer a hands-on experience on innovative projects in the internet-of-things space with a specialized focus on enterprise mobility: mobility software and connected office.
We would like to introduce our Hacker Fellows:
Careers at Tome
We’re looking for more than hired hands at Tome. If you excel when you tinker, invent and innovate and are a bird of a different feather in search of a different kind of workplace, come join us on our journey. There will be hard work, but it’ll be coolest job you’ll ever have.
For our current openings:
VISIT THE JOBS BARN
Tome Lab Days
I wanted to select an aviation topic for this Lab Day, and in exploring potential projects found that an Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) receiver and decoder could be built on a Raspberry Pi with open source software and inexpensive hardware from FlightAware. ADS-B signals are broadcast by all commercial and general aviation aircraft and can […]
While reading links from an article on dotfiles in the first issue of Paged Out I came across a tool I hadn’t seen. I like reading about other people’s tools and their dotfiles, so here are some tools and bash snippets I think are useful. I run a bash shell, with tmux and vim. Tool […]
Minesweeper has always been a fun little game that you can throw up in your free time that still requires a minimum amount of logical problem solving in order to win. During our morning meeting for Lab Day the topic of Minesweeper was brought up so I decided to make an algorithm that tries to […]
Press / Media
It’s an exciting time at Tome. We continue to make a splash in the Internet of Things tech space and have already generated a lot of momentum. If you’re looking to learn more about Tome or are a member of the press, go to our Press/Media page where you’ll find news, official releases and a press kit with our bios, logos and photos.
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