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We process videos extracting valuable information with our validated technology
We can help you collect data using drones and wearable video glasses or even utilize your existing camera infrastructure
Artificial Intelligence provides unique insights giving us the edge to take informed actions to improve outcomes.
We empower Zoos and Aquariums to quantify human behaviors such as exhibit throughput, dwell time, demographics, and even the number of guest photography.
Understand your high-level traffic performance
Or broken down by how each exhibit is doing.
Quickly compare key metrics.
We provide COVID-19 ratings using quantitative measurements of behavior to justify safely re-opening, inform policies/guidelines to reduce costly unhygienic behaviors, and mitigate liability when things go wrong.
Matthew Saponaro, Ph.D.
Dr. Saponaro is the founder and CEO of A.I. Whoo LLC, a data-driven, Artificial Intelligence company aimed to improve population-level health outcomes through artificially intelligent solutions. Dr. Saponaro’s research aims to improve machine learning techniques to assess and improve physical activity. At the University of Delaware, he received his Ph.D. in developing machine learning techniques for just-in-time adaptive interventions using multiple real-time input sensors (e.g. wearables and mobile devices). Through his Artificial Intelligence startup, A.I. Whoo LLC, he has developed computer vision models, through the consulting arm, to assess scooter counts and detect insects from raw video footages. These projects have led to Artificial Intelligence-based products, such as GoVision and COVIDVision (NSF Funded).
Greg Dominick, Ph.D.
Dr. Dominick's research is focused on using technology to promote physical activity and improve physical activity measurement. For example, he examined the measurement accuracy of Fitbit-derived estimates of activity intensity and heart rate. Dr. Dominick uses geographic information system (GIS) and accelerometers with heart rate sensors to assess physical activity patterns within different environmental contexts under free-living conditions. He has been the Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator on several funded studies and has a strong publication record.
Richard Suminski, Ph.D. M.P.H
Dr. Suminski's research focuses on innovation in physical activity promotion and assessment, particularly where environmental factors come into play. Dr. Suminski, developed a number of methods to assess community-level change in physical activity. For example, they created an observation technique to objectively and simultaneously measure physical activities occurring on sidewalks/streets, their geographical locations, and other environmental conditions. Dr. Suminski has been the Principal Investigator on grants from the National Institutes of Health (NHLBI and NINR), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
We make mobile applications custom-tailored to your business and infuse them with the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence.
Whatever you can imagine, we can build it. Our goal is to empower you with Artificial Intelligence in order to allow you to focus on what's most important to you.
Whether you want to improve your existing system or develop from scratch, we analyze, summarize, and suggest the next best steps.