Crafting quality software on the Front Range for over 15 years

At Boulder Labs, we love solving challenging problems.

We excel at creating real-world solutions that don't break the bank. Whether the goal is a low-power embedded system or a highly-scalable, cloud-based infrastructure, we have the skills and the experience to get it done.

On a typical project, we will work closely with our customer to identify their needs and goals, and areas of high risk. We'll then work to reduce this risk and provide immediate value by developing a functional prototype. We leverage existing tools -- especially open-source software -- and follow the latest research, allowing us to build powerful prototypes quickly.

Meet the Team
David Van Wie David Van Wie
David Van Wie
Adam Torgerson Adam Torgerson
Adam Torgerson
Nick Romanyshyn Nick Romanyshyn
Nick Romanyshyn
John DiMatteo John DiMatteo
John DiMatteo
Brian DiRito Brian DiRito
Brian DiRito
Nick Aberle Nick Aberle
Nick Aberle
Carson Hodge Carson Hodge
Carson Hodge
Testimonials
None of this would even be possible without the amazing work you have all done in the development of youFinder. youFinder remains our magic black box and continues to impress anyone that is lucky enough to get a glimpse at how she works and performs her magic! The thought of this gallery concept would still be a dream without it. Once again thank you for giving us such a tremendously stable app that really has required very little support over the last 18 months - testament to the exceptional talent of work you guys do.
-- Image Group
One of the really interesting parts of this project is how we were able to identify seals in all of those images. We've tried in the past and we've failed, but then I heard about this company that does facial recognition software. If they're able to tell faces out of the crowd and identify who is who, I thought they might be able to use that expertise with our problem up in the Arctic. They've been successful in identifying seals in some of the most complicated, snowy areas up in the Arctic. The Boulder Labs folks really surprised us. Without their expertise we wouldn't have had such success, and I must say we've had other groups try to analyze images looking for seals in the past and they've failed, so this is a big breakthrough for us.
-- Elizabeth Weatherhead, University of Colorado