your vision and AI problems
By 2025, Artificial Intelligence Market is projected to be $390 Billion worth.
We help companies adopt AI and automate their operations using data insights.
Detection and tracking
Our algorithms can detect and track objects - right at the camera device. Our detection models are down to 600 Kb in size.
Human pose estimation
Pose detection algorithms we create are capable of human body pose analysis. They can be used in a wide range of applications: from workout analysis to AR clothes fitting.
We create AI medical diagnosis systems that analyze
X-Ray and 3D MRI data to find anomalies.
We conduct ongoing AI medical research in partnership with clinical organizations.
Our team has large expertise in custom
Computer Vision algorithms - like camera calibration toolkits and low-level optimizations for CV pipelines.
We execute the whole pipeline of Machine Learning model development: from exploring the problem and advising on how AI can help business to productizing the algorithms.
In our projects, we follow strong engineering practices - to make sure our algorithms are easy to integrate to real-life solutions.
2. Dataset creation
3. Model development
4. Platform integration
Optimized deep learning
ARM / FPGA / RISC-V / CORAL JETSON / MOVIDIUS
We create algorithms that are not only accurate, but also fast, portable and secure.
Our models can be ran not only at cloud servers, but also at the edge devices - like smart cameras or mobile phones - reducing the server costs and keeping the data private.
We also support Microcontrollers and Deep Learning accelerators.
In 2000, we created OpenCV - which is now the biggest CV library in the world. OpenCV is used in thousands of companies, products, and devices - and is tested for scalability and performance every single day.
Now we help companies to create solutions that work.
We put our many-year expertize to tailor high-quality algorithms and systems - and ship them worldwide.
A part of our revenue goes to OpenCV Foundation to support the library development.
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Chief Scientist and President
Gary Bradski, PhD is a leading entrepreneur and researcher in computer vision and machine learning. He founded and still runs (CEO of) the most popular computer vision library in the world: OpenCV.org. He organized the computer vision team for Stanley, the autonomous car that won the $2M DARPA Grand Challenge (now in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum) which in turn kicked off the autonomous driving industry.
Gary served as a visiting Professor at Stanford University Computer Science department for seven years. He helped develop one of the first Video Search startups, VideoSurf, that sold to Microsoft in 2011. He founded Industrial Perception Inc. which sold to Google in 2013 and he created the Silicon Valley office of Magic Leap. He co-founded Arraiy which sold to Matterport in 2019. He serves on the boards and advisory boards of over a dozen startups.
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In 2017, IBM Watson’s blog named Dr. Mallick as one of the top 30 AI influencers to follow on Twitter. His work has been featured in publications like the BBC, Time, Huffington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, TechCrunch and TheRegister.co.uk.
Dr. Mallick received his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego in 2006. Immediately after his graduation, he co-founded Sight Commerce Inc. — a computer vision company that creates vision and learning solutions for the beauty and fashion industry. Their virtual makeover product has been used by over 100M people in the world.
Dr. Mallick is also the author of a popular computer vision blog LearnOpenCV.com. He has lead dozens of successful computer vision and machine learning consulting projects.