Universal Robotics, a local start-up that has raised more than $2.5 million, has rolled out its first two products, Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics. The company says the programs quickly convert Webcams into 3D vision systems. Where would you use such applications, you ask?
The Spatial Vision product can be easily deployed in any setting in which cameras can be installed, including laboratories, office buildings, department stores and warehouses, and is an affordable solution for anyone looking for an accurate way to observe and measure an environment. It can be employed in security applications, measuring in-store foot traffic patterns, and more scientific applications requiring object tracking and visual analytics without a wand or sensing device.
Jul 30, 2010 7:34 AM
Digital Reasoning Systems, the local company whose intelligence software synthesizes usable information from masses of data, has brought on as a special advisor and advocate Tom Hubbins, a former chief information officer of the U.S. Air Force.
I believe that they will continue to find innovative ways to process, exploit, and disseminate knowledge from unstructured data. Take for example the medical field, consider how humanity could be better served by understanding and sharing the immense amount of unstructured diagnostic data in the search for cures. Researchers would be able to see corollaries and discover facts, which may have previously gone unnoticed.SEE ALSO: Digital Reasoning names new exec
Feb 5, 2010 10:22 AM