The Swarm Perception Box is IÖB-certified
June 8, 2020
Our Swarm Perception Box is now certified by IÖB, an innovation platform where clients from the public sector can connect themselves with innovative companies.
Corona crisis: Access control for the alpine tourism
May 7, 2020
The Innsbruck-based digital specialist Feratel – known for mountain panoramas and ski slopes, live cameras and digital signage solutions for all aspects of alpine tourism – is launching an industry-specific digital access control solution based on standard surveillance cameras. Feratel relies on AI software from the start-up Swarm Analytics, which is also located in Innsbruck.
Swarm Analytics wants to support the fight against the corona virus with AI traffic cameras
March 18, 2020
The Tyrolean startup Swarm Analytics evaluates data from traffic and surveillance cameras in real time and wants to help limit the spread of the corona virus. “In order to monitor the measures to contain the corona virus, it is very helpful to know exactly how many people get on a bus or wait for a train, for example,” explains Swarm Analytics CEO Michael Bredehorn.
Swarm Analytics receives half a million euros from primeCrowd and MAD
January 16, 2020
The year 2020 starts with great news: We received a substantial investment of primeCROWD and MAD. The invested capital will be used to continue our expansion strategy, to further develop our technology, and to provide resources for the acquisition of international partners.
trend@venture Special Award for Swarm Analytics
November 29, 2019
We received the Special Award at the trend@venture startup competition 2019! Together with six other startups, we were competing for the title “Startup of the Year” in Vienna.
Swarm Analytics at Future Mobility Expoforum
November 18, 2019
We participated at the Future Mobility Expoforum in Torino with our partner Swarco to showcase our technology in a live demo. The event allows a wider look at the sector of mobility, integrating visions of Smart Cities, infrastructures, physical and cybernetic safety, as well as sustainable and intelligent mobility of people and goods.
310,000 euro grant for Innsbruck-based AI startup Swarm Analytics
October 4, 2019
The funding for one year amounts to 310,000 euros in total, with slightly more than half being defined as a direct grant and the rest as a loan. It is intended to finance the “research required for highly efficient neural networks and the development of a platform for training with large amounts of video data for various applications”.
Swarm Analytics wins Audience Award at the first STW Pitching Day of Stadtwerke Klagenfurt
October 4, 2019
As a municipal service provider, Stadtwerke Klagenfurt is confronted with issues such as e-mobility, decarbonization, and renewable energies on a daily basis. At their first pitching day on the topic “Smart City”, we won the audience award for our software solution in the field of object recognition, tracking, and classification.
Swarm Analytics at Mobility.Pioneers 2019
February 6, 2019
“Accelerating innovation” is the theme of the third edition of Mobility.Pioneers, the ultimate meeting point for OEMs, manufacturers and mobility providers, which is hosted in Munich. The event intends to merge different industries which are redefining industry standards and delivering the next generation of transportation.
Swarm Analytics at the 1st Applied AI Meetup Innsbruck
March 20, 2019
We take part in the first Applied AI Meetup in Innsbruck, presented by AI Austria – the Austrian Society for Artificial Intelligence. Our Chief Software Architect Georg Westner was invited to give a speech about our use cases for artificial intelligence.
The Urban Black Box
When many people live together in a confined space, securing their mobility is a question of planning and targeted investment. We are working on creating a basis for intelligent traffic control using existing infrastructure.
Swarm Analytics at the European Utility Week 2018
November 6, 2018
We participate at the European Utility Week 2018 in Vienna together with Advantech, where we showcase our solution to thrive machine vision in the energy utility fields of power plants security, access control, and theft protection.
Swarm Analytics at Business Dialog 2018
October 11, 2018
“Intelligent technology – our future?” was the theme of the 15th edition of the business dalog, organized by the Tyrolean Sparkasse. The increasing presence of intelligent systems can make our life better and easier – they take work off our hands and save time. Since we are developing intelligent technology, we were invited to showcase our approach to analyze traffic data. On stage, our founder Michael shared his experience in machine learning.
Swarm Analytics at the ITS World Congress 2018
September 24, 2018
We visited the 25th ITS World Congress in Copenhagen. Under the theme “ITS – Quality of life”, the annual event focused on the state of the art intelligent transport systems solutions. We showcased our technology there, including its potential to improve the quality of life in cities. Among other things, our founder Michael Bredehorn presented our technological approach to European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc.
Tyrolean startup Swarm Analytics is getting its first investment
July 18, 2018
The newly founded Tyrolean business angel company MAD has taken over 20 percent of the startup. The two founders Michael Bredehorn and Georg Westner still each own 40 percent of the company that was founded in 2018.
“We Want to Make Technology Smarter”
May 7, 2018
We are working with the Tyrolean Swarco Group on a new system for image data evaluation in the public sector.
Tech startup Swarm Analytics wins CAMP ZWEI Demo Day
February 3, 2018
We were awarded as the best participant at the demo day of the 11-week Tyrolean startup program CAMP ZWEI.
Swarm Analytics from Tyrol is the Best Business Idea of EUREGIO
November 27, 2017
With the strategic analysis of data, we prevailed at the Euregio-wide final of the “120 second chance” 2017.
Data Processing at the Edge
Our founders Michael Bredehorn and Georg Westner focus on visual sources. They want to make “stupid” surveillance cameras more intelligent and evaluate image data right at the camera.