Edinburgh-based tech startup Anomalous has joined the NVIDIA Inception program, which is designed to nurture startups using AI to revolutionize industries.
Online PR News – 30-May-2019 – Edinburgh, UK – Edinburgh-based tech startup Anomalous today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program, which is designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in artificial intelligence and data science.
Anomalous develops intelligent inspection tools that use advanced AI to help engineers identify defects and assess damage to products. Inspection plays a key role in the quality assurance and regulatory compliance process for safety-critical engineering parts used in applications like jet engines and offshore oil platforms.
Anomalous already uses NVIDIA GPUs to power their deep learning-based AI models that can locate defects and assess damage to parts and products. Anomalous' software creates photo-realistic computer renderings of parts and uses these images to teach the AI how to identify parts and assess damage on its own.
NVIDIA's Inception program is a virtual accelerator program that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, from hardware grants and marketing support to training with deep learning experts.
Anomalous co-founder and CEO Euan Wielewski said:
"Joining the NVIDIA Inception program gives us access to powerful computing resources and a worldwide network of artificial intelligence experts. We're looking forward to using this opportunity to further develop our intelligent inspection tools."
Anomalous uses advanced artificial intelligence to assist engineers in detecting defects and assessing damage to products. Their intelligent inspection tools supercharge inspection teams, reducing errors and boosting productivity. Anomalous was founded in 2018 by Euan Wielewski and Matt Davies, and is based in Edinburgh, Scotland.