Synesis is a group of IT companies, headquartered in Minsk, Belarus. Founded in 2007 as a software design house, Synesis helped Viber, Playtika, Yandex, Alfresco, and other well-known companies to develop successful products. Today, more than a billion people worldwide are using these products daily.
By 2019 Synesis has evolved into a service provider (PaaS/SaaS models) operating large projects for governments and global consumers. With a team of 1000+ world-class engineers, extensive product portfolio, and strong patent position, Synesis is one of the leading companies in Artificial Intelligence and provider of Smart City solutions.
One of the flagship products is a Kipod Smart City platform - a powerful Computer Vision-based solution for Smart Cities, Public Safety, and Government Intelligence. Kipod is proudly nicknamed by the media as “Google for video” and enables instant search across the big data of CCTV video, real-time crime detection and road traffic control using the most advanced machine learning algorithms and video content analytics. Kipod is a collaboration environment for unlimited users from different organizations, analyzing unlimited amounts of data.
Today the software platform is widely used on government level in 6 countries around the globe, including the United Kingdom, Belarus and Russia.
Kipod is a carrier-grade solution for Public Safety, Law Enforcement, Government Intelligence and Homeland Security. Kipod enables instant search across the big data of CCTV video and real-time crime detection, using the most advanced machine learning algorithms and video content analytics. AI is pre-trained on large datasets for person and vehicle identification, behavior and traffic analysis, threat detection and audio analytics. Kipod is a collaboration environment for unlimited users from different organizations, analyzing unlimited amounts of data.
Fittonic is a Software Development Kit (SDK) for Mobile Apps that tracks a person's body position and identifies types of body movements, in real-time. With Fittonic, app developers can build AI-powered coaches for sports, fitness tournaments, immersive AR experiences, and more.
The HTF MI research group has included the Belarusian company Synesis, a resident company of the Belarusian Hi-Tech Park, in the list of the leading companies producing intelligent video surveillance systems and analytics, BelTA has learned form the HTP press service.
Synesis introduced a high precision AI solution which enables regular CCTV cameras to count the number of available and occupied parking spots in the visible area in real time. Unlike existing analogues, the Smart Parking module based on the bound of deeply trained neural networks and computer vision allows to solve three major problems simultaneously: a real-time monitoring and notification, compatibility with parking lots of any scale and configuration, and minimisation of control resources.
Synesis has officially announced a new data compression technology named Aleph Codec. The announcement was made by Synesis Co-founder Nikolay Ptitsyn at EMERGE 2019 IT conference. Now the video from the presentation is available online.
Belarusian company Synesis is a private research and development firm whose video analytics capabilities have led to them being described as "Google for videos". Maija Palmer, a Special Reports commissioning editor, travelled to Minsk to discuss the company and its 200+ "engineering ninjas" with founders Nikolai Ptitsyn and Alexander Shatrov.
As well as green technologies, Minsk is a city embracing all sorts of other innovations – like virtual reality and artificial intelligence. The IT start-up sector in the city is thriving and tech firm Synesis has designed a special app for the European Games… a one-stop shop for information.
The Minsk-based IT company Synesis sport has been at the helm of the soft technologies that are used at the 2nd European Games. Founded in 2017 by its parent company Synesis, the sport-focused office has provided the bulk of the technological solutions of the Games.
The Minsk-based IT company Synesis Sport signed the contract with the Minsk European Games Organising Committee (MEGOC) in May 2018. Skipping years worth of preparations that an event of such a scale usually requires, the company’s developers managed to create various service systems for spectators, athletes, organisers, volunteers and media - all in slightly over a year.
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