CVision AI: from imagery to insights
Turning imageryinto insights
CVision AI develops innovative video analytics products that harness the power of computer vision and artificial intelligence, enabling their customers to get the most out of their video data. The company’s products have been used in several applications ranging from analyzing fisheries, to exploring the deepest reaches of the ocean, to monitoring shipping traffic. CVision AI has collaborated with NOAA, National Geographic, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Building an image library for fisheries
NOAA hired CVision AI to install computer vision cameras in the wet lab on the Henry B. Bigelow.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Co-founder & CEO
Co-founder & COO
Larta helped us solidify our commercialization plan for Tator, including our OpenSaaS business model and setting key near and long-term objectives to acquire new customers and expand our footprint with existing customers. Larta has access to a vast network of experts and professionals which we found invaluable as a very technically focused company. Whenever we needed help or advice, they knew the right person to talk to.
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Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is launching a new program with the aim of improving data collection and fisheries management.
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