The Industrie Magazin recently published an article about emotion3D.
Interested parties from the automotive industry quickly noticed the Viennese AI startup when it was founded. As a spin-off of the Vienna University of Technology and specializing in the development of algorithms in the field of computer vision and machine learning, the software company soon implemented its first projects in the automotive segment.
emotion3D worked since its early days with some of the world’s largest Tier 1 suppliers to develop camera-based analysis systems for the vehicle interior – today the main focus of the fast-growing company. The field of activity is well chosen. From May 2022, the EU will require new vehicles to be equipped with certain vehicle assistance systems such as driver drowsiness warnings.
The Viennese analysis software is also to be used elsewhere. One direction: industrial solutions. Here, the analysis of people should “lead to improved human-machine interaction and increased safety”, says Benedikt Spannocchi, Head of Business Development at emotion3D.
Click here to read the full article in the Industrie Magazin.
Please note that the article is written in German.