Neurotechnology provides algorithms and software development products for biometric fingerprint, face, iris and palm print recognition, computer-based vision and object recognition to security companies, system integrators and hardware manufacturers. More than 2,000 system integrators and sensor providers in more that 100 countries license and integrate company's technology into their own products.
In 2004 Neurotechnology began research in artificial intelligence (AI) and mobile autonomous robotics fields, and in the same year the company's AI division was founded. The division's first product, SentiSight computer-based vision and object recognition technology, can be used in a variety of applications including image search engines, security systems, manufacturing and robot and machine vision.
Software Development, Autonomous mobile robots
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