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Anyline ‘puts AI to Work’ at IBM Cloud, Data & AI Summit Our COO Andreas Grelhuber will [...]
We’re excited to be joining African Utility Week, a 3-day trade exhibition and conference...
Bringing young women to tech: Töchtertag at Anyline! It’s no secret that the AI sector is booming [...]
The dawn of the Hybrid Cloud: Anyline at Google Next ‘19! A Developer Blog by Jonas Laux, [...]
The Anyline team was in London this week for the UK's leading energy and water summit
SAP's Flagship Global Oil and Gas Industry Event is bringing together the biggest names in energy innovation...
IBM Think will take place this February in San Francisco and features a talk from Anyline CTO Daniel Albertini...
We’re preparing to unveil a major release in the coming weeks. And you can get a first look at the new and improved Anyline before anyone else...
The International Association of Chiefs of Police conference is just around the corner and the Anyline team will be in attendance for the first time ever ...
We’re excited to bring the computer vision meetup on the road and Humai Technologies is a great place to start. Check out the full schedule for one of the coolest computer vision meetups ever ...
DigitalDays2018 is fast approaching and the Anyline team will be in attendance to discuss digital transformations. Our COO, Andreas Greilhuber, will join the panel discussion and give a quick talk on his experiences using digital transformations to create successful projects ...
Members of the Anyline team will be in Rome next week to present at the 4th Global Summit and Annual Expo on Multimedia & Artificial Intelligence. The event will take place July 19 – 21 at the Rome Holiday Inn.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be attending the Police Security Expo in Atlantic City, USA next week. The event is one of the fastest growing conferences in the US and is the leading conference of its kind...
The Computer Vision Meetup will take place on June 27. We once again bring you the best speakers from the world of computer vision and artificial intelligence with talks from the Wikitude team and Rene Donner...
Last year, we sent our dev team to check it out and they came back to tell us their biggest takeaways. The entire dev team was once again in attendance and they’ve returned to Anyline HQ with the latest knowhow on how to be the best developer possible.
Anyline went to Portugal! Find out how our team got on at the international SAP conference on Utilities last week ...
Anyline COO Andreas Greilhuber recently gave a showcase to students at the WU....
Virtual Meeting Rooms and Smart Blockchain Cameras at the Computer Vision Meetup This month's computer vision meetup took [...]
The AI Inside Summit is one of Austria’s biggest AI conferences. We’re happy to be taking part this year and have a special presentation in store..
The January Computer Vision Meetup took place last night at Anyline HQ. Daniel Albertini, Anyline CTO, gave a lightning talk about neural style transfer networks and Core ML, which was followed by a Q&A session.
You don’t need atypical or cost intensive technology to scan and process passports, IDs, license plates and fingerprints. Find out how mobile scanning from Anyline can help you to achieve all this and more!
We’re proud to announce that yesterday’s event was the two year anniversary of the Computer Vision Meetup. Thank you to everyone that attended and helped us to celebrate in style!
The Anyline team has hosted a monthly Computer Vision Meetup since November 2015. Since then, we’ve had a lot of great speakers and fun evenings together. Our latest event was Meetup 23 about computer vision and it was no exception!
Two weeks ago a special event took place in Vienna. Canon invited important customers and companies to a forum to present the newest technology and processes. It was also the premiere of using the Anyline SDK as a part of an event solution.
Two weeks ago the WeAreDevelopers Conference took place in our hometown Vienna. More than 3000 Developers joined the conference to hear talks From Joel Spolsky, CEO of Stack Overflow and CoFounder of Trello, Håkon Wium Lie, inventor of CSS and Rasmus Lerdorf, inventor of PHP, to name only 3 out of >70 speakers!
At the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Epson released its newest wearable: the Epson MOVERIO BT-300. Read our review here for specs and more info.
For many years technology companies have spoken about the potential of virtual and augmented reality, but now that there are headsets, helmets and glasses coming to the market, it seems the development is finally about to break through.
Welcome back to our Computer Vision Roundups, our February Meetup was an almost-February-Meetup, taking place on March 1st. Good thing all of you got the memo - we were delighted to have started the year with so many more members in our Computer Vision Group on Meetup.com and more new faces at our regular meetups!
Together with about 15.000 people from exactly 100 different countries, we’ve got the chance to visit Helsinki and Slush from November 11-12. A tech conference turned rock festival, an exhibition center turned DJ and party stage, a city turned tech hub.
We started into the new year with a new edition of our Computer Vision Get-togethers! We're very excited about all the talks, discussions and try-out workshops in 2016 and we'll do our best do keep improving our meetups so you'll get the best out of it. Hopefully many of you will join us along the ride and be part of our community!
End of April we hosted the 6ᵗʰ Computer Vision Meetup in our office “Die Manege”. We had the honour that one of our most seen member of the meetup Dr. Gayane Shalunts presented her PhD thesis about “Classification of the architectural style of a Romanesque, Gothic or Baroque building facade through a Computer Vision Tool”.
Two weeks ago we had the honor of hosting the monthly AndroidHeads meetup in our cool new office space “Die Manege”. Not only did we have about 15 very interested Android developers in our office, we also had the opportunity to introduce Anyline and give a talk ourselves.
Last week one of the biggest industry shows in Europe was hosted in our beautiful and smart city Vienna: the European Utility Week. With more than 400 global exhibitors, innovative technologies and interesting talks, the European Utility Week attracted its 12.000 visitors. Since we are proud of having been one of those global exhibitors we want to share some insights of the trade fair with you.
Last Tuesday the first Viennese Computer Vision Meetup took place at our office “Die Manege”. Due to the fact that there is a great potential concerning that specific field in Vienna, the idea is to host this meetup once a month and establish a network, focused on Computer Vision topics, idea exchange and joint brainstorming.
Anyline is flying to Berlin in October in order to attend the AWE 2016. A little bit about the event: The Augmented World Expo was originally held once a year in Santa Clara – in Silicon Valley. This year they started to expand to Asia and Europe in order to cater to the mass of companies working with AR technologies in other parts of the world.
This time people gathered at the shared office "Die Manege" for a very Microsoft focused meetup! We had the pleasure to welcome Microsoft Tech Evangelist Rina Ahmed for a very informative talk about all kinds of Cognitive Services APIs her company offers. Afterwards we jumped to the Microsoft HoloLens, started with an intro to the technical specifications and in how to develop on the HoloLens. The highlight was kept until the end: A live demo and the hands-on try out for all attendees!
We did it! We've finished our first year as founders and hosts of the first Computer Vision Meetup in Vienna! A year ago we thought it couldn’t be that hard to host a meetup because all you need for it is already there - or almost there: a good location, interesting people, thrilling talks, great marketing and free drinks.
On one hand smart glasses and wearable technology is notorious for being bulky and unpleasant to wear, on the other hand it is revolutionizing the industrial sector. Their features are constantly being improved so they can be used by companies to better facilitate work processes.