PointGrab Partners with Tyco Innovation Tel Aviv to Advance Building Automation Sensor Technology

Hod HaSharon, Israel --- PointGrab announces that it has been selected as a partner in the new Tyco Innovation Tel Aviv Program. Tyco Innovation Tel Aviv offers the opportunity to collaborate with a $10B global leader in Fire & Security solutions, serving diverse verticals in over 200 countries.

Tyco, tapping into the tenacious innovation in the Tel Aviv technology community, created the new program to foster collaboration and help early stage and more mature companies expedite cutting-edge technologies to the market. PointGrab’s edge-analytics IoT sensor, with its unique occupants tracking capability, is expected to be a key enabler of smarter and more connected buildings. As a program partner, Tyco will provide PointGrab with exposure and access to its customers and top clients, experienced professional counsel, and a gateway to the global marketplace through Tyco’s multi-national channels.

CogniPoint Deep Learning-Based Sensor Technology

By embedding deep learning technology into optical sensing devices, PointGrab’s CogniPoint™ sensor provides indoor occupant analytics and energy savings in commercial buildings, enabling unprecedented precision in the detection of occupants’ locations, count, and movements, as well as precise readings of ambient lighting and motion sensing.

The sensor is a miniature network-connected sensing device, running state-of–the-art deep learning algorithms on a low-cost embedded ARM-based processor.


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