Parkoview, supplier of real time data for towns and retailers, becomes Upciti and launches its latest generation embedded image analysis sensor.Others :
Barcelona, Spain, 19 November 2019 – Upciti, supplier of precise, localized and real time data for Smart Cities and Smart Retailers, announces a change of name for the company founded in 2017 by Jean-Baptiste POLJAK.
This change is in line with its positioning from manufacturer of sensors to supplier of smart services. “With Upciti, we want to make advances in town and retailer management by using the data supplied by our sensors, thereby contributing to making cities and areas more pleasant to live in for everybody on a daily basis. In this way we’re underlining our ambition to play a key role in this digital world”, says Jean-Baptiste POLJAK.
Provider of intelligent services and accurate, ultra-localized real-time data
Upciti has developed a unique and adaptable artificial intelligence model centred on actual applications by Smart Cities and Smart Retailers. Parking, flow metering, autonomous vehicle support, public lighting control – this technology natively incorporates respect for the most stringent privacy laws and regulations and the quest for solutions that have a positive impact for citizens.
So far, Upciti has over a hundred customers – local authorities and shopping centres in France, (Soissons, Orléans, Auchan, Carrefour, etc.) and internationally (Luxembourg, Monaco, Belgium, Middle East, etc.). The last fund raising exercise with Demeter in July 2019 for €1.8M will enable Upciti to work on accelerating the ever more advanced performance of its sensors in order to deliver more qualitative data and strengthen its sales, technical and deployment teams.
New Embedded Image Analysis Sensor
It’s in this dynamic that Upciti is giving an exclusive preview of its latest generation Upciti UPC5 embedded image analysis sensor at the Smart City Expo World Congress à Barcelona.
Among the many new features of the Upciti UPC5 sensor are :
- Integrated noise measurement system.
- Third-party sensors power and connectivity capacity of (mainly for air quality).
- Power Suppmy advanced monitoring system.
Visit Upciti from 19 to 21 November 2019 on the Délégation du Luxembourg stand, Hall 2 - Level 0 Street D, Stand 497.
Created in 2017 and directed by Jean-Baptiste POLJAK, Upciti designs, develops and markets a unique embedded image analysis technology that provides precise, localized and real time data for Smart Cities and Smart Retailers. Centred around its launch for parking, the artificial intelligence model is regularly upgraded to meet new applications (flow metering, public lighting control, contextual support for autonomous cars, etc.), while respecting the most stringent privacy laws and regulations.