As the businesses set out to resume operations, it is difficult to map every single employee to enforce the guidelines and ensure maximum safety to patrons. Aligned to this, enclosed are a list of startups that are disrupting the tech ecosystem in the country for various such offerings.
Technology has changed the way we live today, AI makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks. As the businesses set out to resume operations, it is difficult to map every single employee to enforce the guidelines and ensure maximum safety to patrons. Aligned to this, enclosed are a list of startups that are disrupting the tech ecosystem in the country for various such offerings.
1.VIDEO ANALYTICS FOR SMART MONITORING BY STAQU
A Gurgaon-based startup, Staqu, recently announced an array of offerings to facilitate superior COVID-19 response. The brand is leveraging its proprietary video analytics platform JARVIS to roll out cutting-edge use-cases aimed at COVID-19 identification, Suspect Tracing, PPE monitoring, Security, Safety and Hygiene Analytics and People Analytics. Staqu has been invited by NITI Aayog, Government of India’s policy think tank, to be part of the COVID-19 committee amongst other key developments.
Rezolve.ai is an Employee Service Desk that brings quick, autonomous support and engagement to employees via Microsoft Teams. Rezolve.ai promises autonomous Level 1 employee support in seconds. With a chat-based interface, a unique “Twitter-Age” knowledge management, sophisticated process automation, intelligent algorithms and hundreds of Out of Box Auto-resolutions; Rezolve.ai is redeﬁning and reimagining how employees get serviced. Upgrade your Employee Experience with Intelligent Service Desk.
Janani.ai was founded by Nilay Mehrotra in the year 2020. It aims to make the process of infertility treatment and assisted fertilization easier and highly affordable for the masses. The startup operates at the intersection of the modern latest technology and excellent medical care to maximise the chances of conceiving successfully. Janani is creating an AI and computer vision tool to help remove the subjectivity of embryologists while choosing the right embryo. This will increase the success rate of IVF and eventually help lower the costs. In October 2020, the startup secured INR 1.5 crore in the pre-seed funding backed by the 9Unicorns, an India first idea phase accelerator Venture Capital Fund. The company, as of now, has plans to use the new funds to create better infertility treatment solutions.