Vintra in the News
"Though there have been a number of companies, both household names and upstarts, which have rolled out their own AI-powered video analytic solutions in recent years, Brent Boekestein, CEO of AI video analytics developer Vintra, says one thing many have failed to take into account is the impact that mobile video is going to have on the industry moving forward."
"San Jose startup Vintra ... announced that it has raised $4.8 million from Bonfire Ventures, Vertex Ventures, London Venture Partners, and other investors. Vintra CEO Brent Boekestein says the funds will be used to acquire new customers and expand the company’s product offerings."
"Vintra can transform visual data from any camera – including mobile sources like drones and dash cams – into actionable, tailored intelligence with proprietary deep learning algorithms."
"Vintra works with private companies, higher education, and law enforcement to transform visual data from any camera – including, remarkably, mobile sources like drones and dash cams."
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