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Voxel51 Launches Image-To-Video Tool Enabling Models Trained on Images to Automatically Process Video


San Francisco, CA – Today from TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco, Voxel51, creators of the pioneering video understanding platform that transforms raw video into actionable intelligence for security, automotive and smart city applications, announced the release of its Image-To-Video tool. The first-of-its-kind tool enables computer vision teams to drop their proprietary image-based analytics models into the tool in order to rapidly process and analyze video at scale.

Uniquely built to process video, Voxel51’s computer vision and spatio-temporal deep learning models automatically identify and classify objects, actions, patterns and behaviors in video scenes with incredible accuracy. The scalable platform enables customers with large video datasets to tag, search and integrate detected content into their workflows and human-decision making processes with great speed and accuracy. Pilot programs utilizing Voxel51’s Image-To-Video Tool are currently underway.

“Until now, many computer vision researchers have focused on images rather than video because video is so much more difficult and time consuming to work with,” said Jason Corso, Voxel51 co-founder and CEO. “With the launch of our Image-To-Video tool on our platform, developers can take their existing computer vision models that were trained on images and automatically deploy them to process large volumes of video with minimal effort. This is going to save companies a great deal of time and money.”

Voxel51 was recently selected by TechCrunch for its “TC Top Picks program” and has been recognized as one of five outstanding early-stage startups in the AI/Machine Learning category. Voxel51 co-founders Jason Corso and Brian Moore will present at TechCrunch Disrupt 2019 on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 10 a.m., and reporters are invited to stop by the Voxel51 booth C17 in Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt for a live demo.

About Voxel51
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and founded in 2016 by University of Michigan professor Dr. Jason Corso and Dr. Brian Moore, Voxel51 is a video-first AI company that provides the leading video understanding platform to transform raw video and images into actionable intelligence. Voxel51’s AI technology enables users to make real-time, data-driven decisions that improve public safety, security, and smart city applications. For more information visit