Two months ago measures were put in place by Governments in order to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. For most people, this meant going from office life to home office life.
In Aivero we have open-sourced a set of GStreamer elements designed to allow opening the video streams from Intel RealSense D400 series RGB-D cameras.
Innovasjon Norge has approved funding to Aivero for a project that involves close collaboration with a large organisation in the USA.
In the end of October team members of Aivero travelled to Lyon to both attend and speak at this year’s GStreamer Conference.
In late September the Aivero team gathered in Stavanger for a sea and mountain retreat.
During the Summer Aivero closed a new fundraising round that included some of Norway’s most known early-stage investors.
The Microsoft Azure Kinect has arrived. This new exciting depth camera will soon be supported by our depth video streaming solution, the Aivero 3DQ.
In May Aivero participated in the Spring batch of the TINC program at the Nordic Innovation House in Palo Alto, California
In May we will head to Silicon Valley to be part of “TINC”, a tech incubator, at the Nordic Innovation House. The Nordic Innovation House is a collaboration among the Nordic countries and their mission is to be a “bridge connecting the cold corners of the globe with the main hotspots around the world”. The TINC program invites twice per year nine startups from the Nordic region to the Silicon Valley ecosystem.
Through our participation in RobotUnion, Aivero had the chance to participate in the 4YFN event during this year’s edition of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Aivero announces closing of a seed funding round that includes robotics group, Trolltunga Robotics AS, and among others, the investor group Sprettert.
Aivero has entered into an agreement with Trolltunga Robotics companies RobotNorge and Robnor to collaborate on opportunities within machine vision.
Out of initially 204 applicants to RobotUnion, Aivero was picked along 19 other startups during the two days of pitching to four juries in San Sebastian.
Volumetric Video Codec Aivero announces volumetric video codec for RGBD video Aivero is ready to commercialize its core technology, which consists of a processor-effective and configurable real time volumetric video (RGBD) codec. The video codec compresses 2d bitmap streams and depth maps all at the same time and combines the data into a bandwidth efficient, low latency…
Aivero AS is a brand new machine vision company established by a team of experienced video streaming and robotic vision experts from Norway, Denmark and Germany