Invisible AI is a visual intelligence platform that aims to monitor people doing assembly tasks using computer vision, helping maintain safety and efficiency — without succumbing to the obvious all-seeing-eye pitfalls.
Invisible AI works with operators to ensure manufacturing processes are done correctly every time.
Invisible AI was founded in 2018 by Eric Danziger and Prateek Sachdeva. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Invisible AI's computer vision platform monitors body posture and ergonomics to give operators real-time feedback. It helps ensure processes are done correctly and safely, every time.
Invisible AI makes self-contained camera-computer units that run highly optimized computer vision algorithms to track the movements of the people they see. By comparing those movements with a set of canonical ones (someone performing the task correctly), the system can watch for mistakes or identify other problems in the workflow — missing parts, injuries and so on.
Invisible AI is backed by 8VC, K9 Ventures, iRobot Corporation, Sierra Ventures and Slow Ventures. The company raised $3.6M in a Seed round on May 06, 2020. This brings Invisible AI's total funding to $4.1M to date.