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 has developed the most powerful and progressive computer vision, deep learning, and self-inspection solutions on the market."
KAR Global Announces Strategic Investment in AI-Powered Vehicle Inspections Technology, 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.
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Top 18 early-stage AI startups in the UK Ravin.AI is an automotive company that uses deep learning AI technology and computer vision to autonomously inspect vehicles for damage
Keeping an AI on Damage: Startup Automates Vehicle Condition Inspections The startup’s neural networks were trained on NVIDIA GPUs running in workstations. “We used hundreds of thousands of images to train the models,” said Sandler, the company’s CTO.
Avis is testing A.I. tech that scans your rental car for damage Avis is working with Ravin, a startup that specializes in automated vehicle inspections for fleet operators and insurance companies.
Ravin.Ai Raises $4M Every five seconds, somewhere in the world, a car is damaged, causing over $100 billion in annual losses.
Autonomous Platform Ravin.Ai Raises $4 Million In Seed Funding Our recent interview with Eliron Ekstein, Co-Founder and CEO of Ravin
25 Machine Learning Startups To Watch In 2019 RAVIN provides greater transparency to rental car companies, fleet owners and user car sales networks.
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London AI startup Ravin.AI has just closed a $4 million funding round supported by investment from global energy giant Shell
ENERGY GIANT SHELL MAKES FIRST ISRAELI INVESTMENT, BACKS AI START-UP RAVIN The technology can detect more damage than humans can, Ravin says, while significantly reducing inspection costs
UK-Israeli startup Ravin raises $4 million to apply AI to vehicle inspections
Shell Backs Vehicle Inspection Startup Ravin AI 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.