3DAI™ City


The world is becoming urbanized. People are moving from rural to urban centers at a rate of 1.3 million per week. 65% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. Capturing timely, relevant and actionable data about the urban environment is crucial for cities to keep functioning. To meet this need, Univrses is developing a game-changing platform called 3DAI™ City.
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3DAI™ Engine


Univrses is developing a suite of products to solve complex real-world problems in Computer Vision. They have been developed by our team of expert scientists and engineers. We call this the 3DAI™ Engine.
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Members of the Univrses team keeping their spirits up during a temporary reunion in Kungsträdgården, Stockholm.

#teamspirit
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Today, we are happy to once again attend the great Modena Automotive Smart Area (MASA) Day. This year’s event is digital and packed with interesting companies and sessions.
Univrses’ Computer Vision Scientist and Head of Products Alessandro Pieropan will participate in a round table discussion on Smart Technology in Smart Cities. He will present Univrses' Smart City solution 3DAI™ City, and be joined by representatives from Afry, AMT Genova, Comune di Torino, Comune di Merano, Comune di Modena and UniMoRe – UniFe.
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A giant contract that matches our great gratitude for winning the Ignite Sweden Commercialisation Prize 2020 yesterday! Here’s a comment from Univrses’ CEO, Jonathan Selbie: - This is a huge step for us. Receiving the prize is great recognition for the work we have done. A commercial project with a company like @abbsverige is what startups dream about. It is a fantastic opportunity to work with a company that has great technology, highly experienced people and a first-class brand. This recognition belongs to the amazing team at Univrses, a remarkable group of talented people who really deserve this great award"
Thanks again to Ignite Sweden, ABB, @synerleap , EIT Innoenergy, @energimyndigheten and @svenskamassan!
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We are proud to announce that we have won this year’s Kommersialiseringpris! The award, which is handed out annually by Ignite Sweden, highlights the importance of commercial collaboration between start-ups and corporations. Univrses received this great recognition for the ongoing collaboration with @abbsverige and @synerleap , and the development of autonomous robotics for the mining industry.

Thanks to Ignite Sweden, Energimyndigheten, @innoenergymasters , @svenskamassan and our great friends at ABB and Synerleap!
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Univrses began in April 2015 with 1 employee, no office and high hopes for the future. A lot has happened in half a decade. We're now more excited than ever about what the next decade will bring. Thank you for following our journey!

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Team Univrses
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Photogrammetry is one of the many areas where our computer vision technologies can be applied. This is the science of producing reliable information about an object using photographs. We have leveraged components from Univrses’ 3DAI™ Engine to deliver photogrammetry solutions in a variety of applications. These include tools to measure the size of goods on a conveyor belt and, more recently, a smartphone application for measuring wear on mechanical components in machinery. Automating these inspection tasks using computer vision means component life can be monitored more accurately - resulting in fewer failures and less downtime.
Do you want to learn more? Read our new case study on Photogrammetry! >> Link in bio #photogrammetry
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So-called Last Mile Delivery (LMD) robots are currently being developed by companies around the world. Soon they will be an integral part of the urban landscape. These delivery systems need state-of-the-art 3D perception technologies to function properly, and Univrses 3DAI™ Engine is a direct answer to this need.
Read our case study about how our technologies will help build the next generation of delivery robots >> Link in bio
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