French Cerema provides initial performance results for Invision’s Vehicle Occupancy Detection System
French independent evaluator Cerema provides initial performance results for Invision AI carpooling (vehicle occupancy detection) system based on live portable system in Lyon, France. Site visit took place today December 1st with Cerema , Mr. Ali, CEO of Invision, the DIR-CE and Equans France. 1 out of 220 false positives and 99% of true positives […]
Invision successfully demonstrate tracking across cameras at New Jersey Newark Penn Station. By combining 8 video streams from existing camera, end-to-end object tracking was made possible through spatial re-identification. The challenge was announced by Transit Tech Lab that selected Invision AI as one of ten finalists for the COVID-19 Recovery and Environmental Sustainability challenges, a […]
This week, the Transit Tech Lab announced that Invision AI was selected as one of ten finalists for the COVID-19 Recovery and Environmental Sustainability challenges, a global competition calling for technologies to improve public transit safety and meet clean energy objectives. Selected from nearly 150 applicants, Invision AI solutions will use artificial intelligence, machine learning and […]
Thales, Invision AI and Metrolinx announce the successful completion of the 18-month WinterTech Development Program, developing advanced autonomous technologies for rail systems with support from the Ontario Government through Ontario’s Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN), WinterTech Development Program. The project marks an important milestone towards train autonomy globally, achieved here in Ontario, through a partnership […]
Invision AI successfully completes high performance portable roadside Vehicle Occupancy Detection (VOD) field tests with over 97.5% precision
Invision AI partners with global toll road developer and operator Transurban to test precision on dynamically priced Express Lanes.
Thales, Invision AI and Metrolinx have joined forces to develop advanced autonomous technologies for rail systems with support from the Ontario government through Ontario’s Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network (AVIN).
Invision will pilot a video-based safety system in the engine room of large commercial vessels. The system will monitor safety and environmentally critical equipment, alerting the bridge and land-based staff in the event of unauthorized or unsafe maintenance procedures. Being entirely edge-based means that the system operates reliability despite the intermittent connectivity often experienced at […]
We are pleased to be part of the AI panel discussion at this years TU Automotive Detroit conference.
We have been privileged to work with Steelcase as they explore future work environments. Read more in this MaRS case study.
Karim Ali and Camila Sanchez will be presenting our latest detector work at the tinyML summit March 20-21 2019 in Sunnyvale California. We will be presenting work on tiny detectors running on IP cameras. Look forward to seeing you there.
Seamus Hatch spoke during the Canadian Tech Accelerator’s alumni event about breaking into new markets and the importance the Trade Commissioners have played in our ability to expand into Asia.
We are pleased to share the Connect2Car Machine Learning and AI panel discussion from CES 2019.
Karim Ali will be part of live discussions on smart cities in partnership with the Ontario Center for Excellence and the Canadian International Autoshow. Live discussions will take place February 15-24 with Karim’s discussion on Monday February 18th at 7pm EST. More information on the series and speakers here.
Invision AI has been an NXP partner for several years. We were pleased to participate in NXP’s recent seminar series “A vision for Machine Learning (ML) & Artificial Intelligence (AI) in low-cost edge-computing nodes”. You can access the seminar here, and read more about the series here.
The top innovation hubs in Toronto got together to celebrate innovation and entrepreneurship in the spaces through a magazine. Wired Different is a collaboration between Mars Discovery District, OneEleven, and our current home, The DMZ at Ryerson. Take a look at the inaugural magazine, and find our feature on AI in edge devices in “Mindful […]
Invision AI is speaking on January 8th, 2019 at Connect2Car organized by SAE International and the Consumer Technology Association. The topic is Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, more specifically: data drives business, but what pieces of data really make a difference in today’s environment and on which do we base decisions? Do we really need all the […]
Invision.ai has been awarded a grant to test its vehicle occupancy detection system. The system is designed to automate enforcement and collection on new High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes. Roadside units will house multi-band infrared cameras linked to Invision’s ultra-efficient deep learning technology, and will be able to deliver accurate results across a wide variety […]
Many thanks to MEMS Journal for inviting us to present at the 2017 Automotive Sensors and Electronics Conference. We don’t believe the marketing hype that training a deep neural network running on an automotive supercomputer will deliver reliable, safe, mainstream autonomous vehicles. So we presented the counter case: pushing intelligence to the sensors and fusing […]
Invision.ai joins founders from around the world June 19-23 in the Waterloo Region as part of the Google for Entrepreneurs Exchange program. The focus of the program will be: ‘Building and Connecting the Best Data-Driven and A.I. Led Startups.’
Great article by Jean-François Gagné exploring the vibrant Canadian AI ecosystem.
AI With The Best third edition is a two-day online conference tailored for developers wanting to strengthen their AI tech skills, get insights from the gurus of the AI universe applying the technology, and enjoy an interactive, empowering experience while connecting with AI developer peers from all over the world.
TU Automotive article on taking autonomous vehicle technology mainstream.
Karim Ali quoted in article on Canadian automotive startups.
Invision.AI is named as one of the vision AI start-ups that matter most by Chris Rowen, PhD, FIEEE CEO Cognite Ventures.
CB Insights recently reported that a record high of $1,049 million was invested across 87 automotive technology deals in 2016, representing a 91% rise in funding over the previous year. 20 startups set to showcase at 2017 North American International Auto Show Coming…
Coming this January, the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), one of the most prestigious auto shows in the world, will be providing access to automotive products, technologies, people and ideas that matter most – all from downtown Detroit, the heart of the automotive industry. Techstars Mobility announced their partnership with NAIAS to bring select […]
Autobolg article on how we are bringing its affordable, machine-learning, motion-sensing technology to any camera, from cars to smartphones. 2017 Automotive Sensors and Electronics Expo Many thanks to MEMS Journal for inviting us to present at the 2017 Automotive…