Spectee launches a new beta platform ‘SIGNAL’, providing solutions to meet various AI needs ~ Commencement of real-time video analysis for weather camera
Spectee Inc. (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) provides data analysis services using artificial intelligence (AI) to companies that require AI development in areas such as image analysis, natural language analysis, voice and speech recognition. SIGNAL enables companies to use and develop AI quickly, easily, and cost-effectively.
Although many companies intend to implement AI, the high cost, lack of data for machine learning, and long development process pose as a barrier and challenge. They could not immediately implement AI in their business and end up having do without it.
AI development platform SIGNAL is a service which addresses these issues and makes it possible for companies in need of AI to implement it quickly at a lower cost.
For example, companies can utilize SIGNAL to identify certain objects within an image. By analyzing about 10 different raw images necessary for machine learning, SIGNAL is able to reach the point that images can be processed with high accuracy.
AI Development Platform (SIGNAL)
Spectee Inc. will relocate its head office to the following address as the business expands.
In the new office, Spectee will continue to work closely as a team to further enhance operations and improve the services provided to their customers.
Looking forward to your continued guidance and support.
<New Office Address>
Gobancho YS Bldg., 3F,
12-3 Gobancho, Chiyoda-ku,
- JR / Tokyo Metro / Toei Subway: Ichigaya station - 5 minutes walk
- JR / Tokyo Metro: Yotsuya station - 6 minutes walk
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18th March 2019
Spectee will be exhibiting at BVE 2019, the UK's largest broadcast, production and media tech event. It is held from 26th to 28th March 2019 in dcasting industry. Broadcasters and related companies from all over the world will participate.
At the exhibition, Spectee as a content partner of the Associated Press, will demonstrate its user-generated content on "AP Video Hub".
Japan Weather Association and Spectee jointly developed a technology to support road management using AI Analysis of videos
Japan Weather Association and Spectee jointly developed the real-time delivery of disaster prevention information through AI analysis of images taken from SNS and weather cameras.
Disaster prevention information obtained through the AI analysis of images will be provided to road maintenance companies, local governments, and other business entities that require such support.
Up till now, quantitative information for determining winter road condition and events that impact our daily life is mostly dependent on human eye judgement or require expensive measuring equipment. Through this joint development, the two companies will develop technologies to obtain information such as rain-snow distinction, snow/road condition, snowstorm occurrence, visibility, etc., through AI analysis of video footages.
Spectee was proudly awarded "Best of 2017 Partner Videos" by the internationally renowned news network Associated Press (AP).
Carefully curated by our journalist team, 4 videos, including "Sandstorm Prevails Villages in Sudan" in June 2017 and "Mass Shooting in Las Vegas" in September 2017, were chosen as "Best of 2017 Partner Videos" based on the reporting value of the provided content and their impacts on international awareness. They were brought to audience around the world through AP on news media like CNN and New York Times.
Although image-sharpening technology is not new to the industry, it had been deemed ineffective in detecting blurred words like those at the corner of a picture, but not anymore.
In collaboration with Taito City Tourism Board, Spectee's patented technology will assist the security management of the Sumida River Fireworks Festival 2017, one of the largest and most famous fireworks festivals of Tokyo. Our image analysis and natural-language processing AI technology is going to examine real-time SNS data to surveil potential happenings during the festival such as accidents, traffics and weather changes. We are proud to be the pioneer to integrate SNS data with security control through AI technology for the first time ever in the history of Japan.
The Associated Press today announced a content collaboration with Spectee, the Tokyo-based online news agency that specializes in curating and publishing user-generated content in real time.
All AP Video Hub clients will be able to view Spectee’s video news content, which includes real-time news and entertainment events in Japan and worldwide. This adds a new dimension to the existing UGC already available through Video Hub.
By using artificial intelligence with their patented technologies, Spectee is able to considerably reduce the time taken to analyze and sort user-generated video and images on social media. All content is verified, with licenses acquired for publishing by broadcasters and digital publishers.
Spectee's two patent applications for deep learning technologies have been approved. These new technologies will enable an automatic news script generation of any incidents, accidents, natural disaster, etc. through AI evaluating SNS input.