We add context to images
Our image recognition products help you connecting images to relevant information. You snap a picture, we tell you what's in it.
We are in the age of digital images. Communication online moves from text to visual. Smartphones are equipped with digital cameras and high-speed Internet connection. This means, that every day huge amounts of digital images are generated and shared online. We help you build products which integrate image recognition technology. As this technology allows computers to understand images, our solutions help you to work with digital images efficiently every day.Learn more about image recognition
Events 2013Meet us in person at one of the following events.
|Feb 25 - 28||Mobile world Congress 2013 (Barcelona)|
|June 1 - 2||Photo Hack Day (Berlin)|
|June 23 - 27||CVPR 2013 (Portland)|
|October 30 - 31||Dublin Web Summit (Dublin)|
What's new on our blog
Faster recognition times around the globe with multi-region deployment Already for a month an upgraded version of our system is in place, which allows for faster end-to-end recognition times across the globe. (We silently flipped the switch on that new infrastructure upgrade, and it was completely seamless). What is … Continue reading
kooaba powered apps are doing great around the globe Here’s quick update on some of our customer’s success stories: Denmark and US-based Vivino passed 2 million app downloads, and makes great app store rankings (Top 10 overall in Switzerland, Top 1 in Food and Drinks in several countries). Speaking … Continue reading
Contextbooster wins 2nd place at Evernote devcup using the kooaba API Contextbooster is a tool, that literally boosts your Evernote Notes by adding semantic information. Here’s how it works: Context Booster for Evernote from The Otherland Group on Vimeo. Among other things, Contextbooster also analyzes images in your notes: it sends … Continue reading
Works at large scale –
now searching in over 60 million images
Our recognition system scales well with the number of requests and data.
It allows for searching millions of images in less than a second.