Chooch AI has created many very short computer vision demo videos to make the kind of problems computer vision solves totally clear. At Chooch, we can create proof of concepts, just like these demos, very rapidly for our customers – in days, not weeks or months. While other AI companies may provide powerpoints, the computer vision platform at Chooch AI allows customers to partner with us to create true computer vision solutions.
Analyzing big data is crucial for organizations to make smarter data-driven decisions—but not all big data is created equally. It’s important to make the distinction between structured data and unstructured data:
The global commercial drone market is projected to reach $34.5 billion by 2026, growing at an annual rate of 32 percent. As drones have become cheaper and more widely available to consumers, the amount of drone imagery is likewise exploding. So how can you possibly hope to analyze the vast amounts of information that drones are collecting every second? The answer lies in AI and computer vision for drones. Thanks to technological advances in recent years, computer vision models can equal or even exceed human performance on image classification and object detection tasks—within just a fraction of a second.
The benefits of detecting falls using action detection, computer vision and edge AI outweigh the costs. By reducing the risk of falls and the costs that come with delayed fall response, AI models provide our partners and customers with real value.
Early fire and smoke detection using AI for safety and security have massive benefits. The savings to life and property are much higher than the cost of deploying these models. Faster and more accurate AI-enabled fire detection can save lives and property which brings unparalleled value to Chooch AI customers and partners.
Chooch AI is creating AI models that can be deployed quickly into the field with clear benefits. Ensuring that workers wear mandated safety equipment can lower insurance costs, increase productivity and save lives. Watch this video that demonstrates how detects when safety equipment isn’t being worn.
Safety and security must be paramount for any business that wants to protect its employees, customers, and assets from potential issues and malicious actors. Yet with more cameras and sensors than ever before, how can organizations lower their risk by quickly and efficiently analyzing the flood of images and videos at their fingertips?