These AI overlords are here to protect your warehouse workers(r)

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Last year, Voxel raised $3 million make warehouses safer with AI-powered surveillance cameras. He has been busy in the background working and fundraising to further develop his technology to make warehouses safer and ramp up operations even further.

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The company’s workforce has grown from eight to 30 this year, and the fundraiser will further accelerate its investment in talent to double its mission to reduce workplace injuries and accidents. The company told me that it has grown.”at an unprecedented rate,” reducing on-site injuries by more than 80%. The company claims to have increased operational productivity by more than 20% at its original client sites.

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The statistics have caught the attention of both health and safety conscious insurance companies and warehouse managers. The company’s goal – in addition to reducing the number of severed hands from forklift accidents – is to transform risk management and safety in the workplace. The company aims to “fundamentally change the way insurers insure risk” and told me it is trying to strengthen the relationship between insurers and their customers with “reliable data and intelligence.”

Relying on artificial intelligence and edge computing, the company is trying to stay on the side of new warehouse alliances and privacy concerns. It claims to be committed to privacy and security by designing its algorithms in such a way that they do not track personal information.

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Voxel incident report screen. Image credit: voxel

“Facility security and operations are often a reactive and manual process, with CCTV cameras checked after problems occur,” said Alex Cenemar, CEO of Voxel. “Voxel is the first solution that allows companies to proactively identify key behaviors that lead to costly injuries using their existing camera infrastructure.”

A $15 million Series A funding round was led by Eclipse Ventures with contributions from MTech and World Innovation Labs.

This latest funding round raised the total capital to $18 million.

“We are at a tipping point in terms of rebuilding U.S. manufacturing, logistics and physical operations, which account for over 40% of U.S. GDP. Voxel technology delivers tangible results and sustainable changes to the safety and efficiency of their customers’ operations,” said Aidan Madigan-Curtis, Partner at Eclipse Ventures and Voxel Board Member. “The Eclipse team believes that Voxel’s core architecture, which takes a non-intrusive approach by leveraging existing camera infrastructure, and their advanced AI applications will enable Voxel to become the leader in the multi-trillion-dollar AI software and application category. branches of the physical industry.


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