ST. LOUIS, Nov. 9, 2017 — Ivani today announced its acceptance into the NVIDIA Inception program, which is designed to nurture startups that are revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.
As a company immersed in complex data analytics, Ivani will benefit from the hardware support and deep learning expertise within the Inception program.
Ivani is a technology and intellectual property development startup specializing in human presence detection. Ivani’s primary technology suite, Network Presence Sensing (NPS), is a patented set of custom firmware and software packages which turn systems of Ivani’s customers’ IoT devices into advanced occupancy sensing systems without adding to or changing a device’s hardware.
Partnering with some of the largest and most respected IoT manufacturers in the world, NPS enables autonomous lighting, advanced physical security, optimized HVAC control, and much more. In short, it provides systems of smart switches, outlets, lamps, and more with the ability to sense and respond to people.
“We are excited to be a part of the Inception program,” says Co-founder and CTO, Matthew Wootton. “NVIDIA’s support will accelerate development of our most advanced detection functionalities for our partners and their users.”
Inception is a virtual accelerator program, helping startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every program member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, from hardware grants and marketing support to training with deep learning experts. More details about NVIDIA’s Inception program can be found here.
Ivani is a nationally recognized Technology and Intellectual Property development startup specializing in human presence detection. Founded in 2014, Ivani developed and patented the ground-breaking detection system called Network Presence Sensing (NPS). This technology suite enables IoT manufacturers to offer autonomous lighting, advanced physical security, optimized HVAC control, and proximity marketing all without adding new hardware or requiring users to carry cell phones, tags, or beacons. For more information about Ivani please visit www.ivani.com.
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