Deepomatic, the leading industrial computer vision technology platform, raises 6.2m€ with Hi Inov and existing investors Alven and Bertrand Diard

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Deepomatic has just raised a 6.2m€ series A round with Hi inov Dentressangle as lead investor, and historical investors Alven and former Talend CEO Bertrand Diard

 

Founded in 2014, Deepomatic develops a deep learning platform allowing companies to create and deploy image and video recognition applications at scale. The startup is the only AI player in Europe to power such applications at industrial scale.

Its end-to-end solution enables large enterprises to build a working MVP ready for full industrialization, in less than 3 months time, thus increasing their operations’ efficiency (from defaults detection to behavioral tracking or smart registers), in a wide range of industries (infrastructure, construction, retail, catering, energy etc.)

Deepomatic has already launched similar projects at scale with the French car manufacturer PSA Group, or Abertis Group the leader in motorway concessions.

Deepomatic has just raised a 6.2m€ series A round with Hi inov Dentressangle as lead investor, and historical investors Alven and former Talend CEO Bertrand Diard.

This new round will help accelerate the startup’s development both in France and abroad and build on its leading position in the field of image and video recognition in Europe. Deepomatic has opened new offices in New York and plans on conquering the North American market.

The company will also use the funding to further develop two strategic axes: embedded setups, and strengthening its technological partners’ network.


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