3DAI™ City

Urbanisation has been accelerating. Demands on city resources are growing out of control as vehicles, people and countless construction works have to coexist in the ever-expanding city area. There is a need to do more with less and the key to that is data.

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.


Follow the latest news from Univrses and the latest research in computer vision and machine learning

We are happy to announce that Univrses will be attending the Smart City Expo World Congress. Between November 16th and 18th, we will have an exhibition in the Nordic Pavilion, which is arranged by our good friends at @Cleantech Scandinavia. Representatives from Univrses will be on hand to demonstrate 3DAI™ City, both on stage and for live demos.

Stay tuned for further information, and read more about our work at >> https://univrses.com

Read more about SCEWC 2021 at >> https://www.smartcityexpo.com

#smartcityexpoworldcongress #smartcityexpoworldcongress2021 #scewc #scewc21 #cleantechscandinavia #univrses #3daicity #3daiengine

Our friends at the European DIGITAL SME Alliance are arranging a panel discussion on the topic of Digital Sovereignty. On October 27th, our CEO Jonathan Selbie will join the panel to discuss this important issue. We applaud the initiative and happily participate in the conversation.

The panel discussion takes place as part of the DIGITAL SME´s General Assembly, on October 27th 2021 at 13:50. Save the date and we’ll see you there!

Read more >> https://www.digitalsme.eu/blog/events/digital-sme-general-assembly-2021-digital-sovereignty-smes-can-do-digital/

#europeandigitalsmealliance #univrses

Switzerland and Sweden are the two innovation frontrunners of the world in 2021! 🇨🇭🇸🇪 This was according to the Global Innovation Index, which was released on Monday. As a Swedish company that has recently expanded to Switzerland, we are both proud to have contributed to, and grateful to have benefited from, this fantastic environment.

The report also shows that innovation investment has remained strong despite the Covid-19 pandemic. This is truly great news, not just for individual developers or countries, but for the world as a whole.

Read the full article >> https://lnkd.in/e57b_tqv

#univrses #globalinnovationindex #globalinnovationindex2021 #vinnova #kickstartinnovation

Meet Piotr Usc, our latest team member. Piotr recently moved to Stockholm to join Univrses as our new C++ Software Engineer. With an extensive background in software development and mathematics, he will strengthen our work on calibration for self-driving cars. We are very excited to have him on board!

Welcome to the team, Piotr!

Since early 2021, Master Thesis student Pernilla Wikström has conducted her research at Univrses. She has been working on methods for improving the sensor fusion and positioning abilities of an autonomous vehicle by using Deep Learning. The method makes it possible to extract information directly from raw IMU data (using DL), which enables a robust and safe system while, at the same time, making the vehicle less dependent on expensive sensors.

Truly impressive work!

Pernilla was supervised by Univrses' Computer Vision Scientist Ernesto Nunes and Computer Vision Engineers Srihaarika Vijjappu and Sylvain Potuaud.

We have the privilege of welcoming to our team Seged Meless. For the past 13 years, Seged has worked as a Geotechnical Engineer, designing the foundations for various civil engineering projects including bridges, dams, wind farms, airports and roads. In his new role at Univrses, he is responsible for data capture, annotation and annotation management. This ensures our Deep Learning teams have a well-stocked data pipeline to work with.

Welcome to the team, Seged!