Ravin uses computer vision and deep learning to inspect vehicles using most camera types, under most physical conditions, removing the hassle and cost in renting, insuring or buying vehicles.
Ravin.ai is excited to announce a new partnership with Sapiens, a leading global provider of software solutions for the insurance industry. Sapiens will offer their customers access to automate vehicle claims through Ravin’s damage detection software.
The AI-enabled app gives car dealers the ability to remotely inspect and assess consumer trade-ins, vehicles at auction, and other inventory
In many companies, an in-house IT team develops the various tech tools used by the staff to complete and manage their work. Additionally, companies that build B2B tech products often opt to “eat their own dog food” and use the same tools that they sell or license for operations themselves. In either case, dev teams often find that their own team members can be their toughest clients.
The commercial progress and success of AI has indeed been slower than many expected - but that “delay” can actually work in favor of business.
Jiim O'Brien explores the outlook for the retail sector in the wake of the changing automotive landscape.
With the recent widespread shift to digital-based work and transactions, many companies are working toward digital transformation. Whether it be updating legacy tech, adopting new tools in-house or making the move to the cloud, such transformations can prove to be complicated and costly if they’re not carefully planned.
Digital payment technology has made it possible for anyone with a smart device to conduct transactions easily and securely, both in person and online. Both companies and consumers are embracing digital payments as a fast, reliable and contactless way to exchange money, but there are still innovations and improvements to be made.
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Ravin AI co-founder and CEO Eliron Ekstein is back on the Auto Remarketing Podcast to talk about the investment appetite in the inspections space, the importance of inspections technology in the wholesale car market and the role of artificial intelligence.
Let’s face it: car inspections suck. They take too much time and can be very subjective. If we want to make the process more efficient, then AI-assisted vehicle inspections are the way of the future. Chad Burmeister sits down for an interview with the CEO of Ravin.AI, Eliron Ekstein.
“Ravin AI has developed the most powerful and progressive computer vision, deep learning, and self-inspection solutions on the market.״
KAR Global, a leading operator of digital marketplaces for wholesale used vehicles, announces a strategic investment and North American commercial partnership with Ravin AI.
Ravin AI is bringing trust and transparency to the automotive industry by applying computer vision and machine learning to help make vehicle inspections faster, more efficient and more consistent.
RAVIN.AI lands Fraser McCombs-led investment, announces GM for Americas
Ravin.AI is an automotive company that uses deep learning AI technology and computer vision to autonomously inspect vehicles for damage.
Ravin is using AI to help automate the process of vehicle inspections and reduce headaches for car rental agencies, car dealers, insurers and all of these companies’ customers.
Avis is working with Ravin, a startup that specializes in automated vehicle inspections for fleet operators and insurance companies.
Our recent interview with Eliron Ekstein, Co-Founder and CEO of Ravin.
Ravin.AI Raises $4M Every five seconds, somewhere in the world, a car is damaged, causing over $100 billion in annual losses.
RAVIN provides greater transparency to rental car companies, fleet owners and user car sales networks.
These were the biggest European tech startup news stories this week. UK-Israeli startup Ravin raised $4m to apply AI to vehicle inspections.
London AI startup Ravin.AI has just closed a $4 million funding round supported by investment from global energy giant Shell.
The technology can detect more damage than humans can, Ravin says, while significantly reducing inspection costs.
Ravin AI’s technology uses computer vision and deep learning to create a real-time image of vehicles in order to detect and analyze car damage.
Ravin.ai, an Israel and U.K.-based startup developing AI to autonomously inspect vehicles for damage, has closed a $4 million seed round. The investment was led by Pico Venture Partners, with participation from Shell Ventures and “automotive entrepreneur” Adam Draizin. It marks Shell Ventures’ first Israel investment.