Vantiq, Chooch AI to Develop Machine Learning Solution for Workplace Safety
Vantiq has partnered with computer vision company Chooch AI to develop real-time edge applications that can help companies apply machine learning to real-world tasks.
Vantiq said it will combine its low-code development environment with Chooch AI’s visual detection technology to develop applications for monitoring.
The combination will have applications for workplace safety, environmental awareness and operational intelligence, Vantiq added.
According to the company, one of the biggest challenges with computer vision is getting artificial intelligence to translate real-world information into machine-readable data.
Chooch AI CEO Emrah Gultekin said the partnership will take advantage of Vantiq’s “composable smart spaces” solution for adopting visual intelligence-based applications in the workplace.
Vantiq explained that its platform was designed to help developers collect camera and sensor data for use in applications that monitor assets, events, people and environments.
Such applications can analyze incidents such as floods, traffic accidents and factory breakdowns as well as detect individuals with high temperatures, Vantiq added.
Vantiq is a computer software company headquartered in Walnut Creek, California. The company said it specializes in helping developers take full advantage of AI, the internet of things and edge computing.
In its press release, Vantiq said its solutions are used for smart cities, smart buildings, the oil and gas industry, telecommunications, health care and others.
Chooch is an information technology and services company that specializes in computer vision training and deployment for applications on the edge and in the cloud.
The company’s technologies have reportedly been used for surgical procedures, safety equipment assurance, intrusion monitoring, fire alerts, facial authentication and image quality control.
Category: Digital Modernization
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