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Simularity

United States
2011
Private
< $10m
< 10
Simularity specializes in software that does real time artificial intelligence for event prediction, predictive maintenance (Condition Based Maintenance), and anomaly detection. Simularity has proprietary methods to bring cutting edge machine learning right to the edges of the network, making connected devices smarter.

We have created patent-pending Event Predictive Archetypes that are able to detect anomalies and predict adverse events in time series data, even on small devices with limited computing capacity, bandwidth, and connectivity. In addition, our core technology allows decision-makers to interactively create explainable, transparent, accurate predictive models without writing code.

In short, we can increase your profits by creating valuable, actionable, decisions, and even new revenue streams, from your and your customers' "Internet of Things" data.
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Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
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Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
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