Sky News has learnt that Callsign is close to announcing a capital injection that will be led by JP Morgan Asset Management - which manages $2trn for clients around the world.
Callsign, which uses AI to verify the identity of users, is signing off on a deal with JP Morgan Asset Management, which manages $2 trillion (£1.5 trillion) for global clients, Sky News reported.
Iotic was one of 28 finalists, produced from the regional contests in 16 cities on four continents, pioneering a wide range of technologies from AI and automation to IoT and Fintech.
Ubirch has developed a trust protocol, which ensures that data from IoT sensors can't be falsified after their generation. The data packets of these sensors are sealed with strong cryptography in a way that it becomes technically impossible to manipulate them once stored in a Blockchain.
Senseye's Dr. Simon Kampa walks us through his Five (human) predictions for the future of manufacturing in 2020 and how industrialists will ask culture to catch up with technology.
As Callsign seeks to expand, with a particular focus on the financial sector, Amir’s broad network and expertise on how to grow smaller organisations into market leaders will be invaluable for the strategic development of the organisation.
Senseye, the industrial software company, announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Malone Group to support the deployment of its pioneering predictive maintenance software in the UK, Ireland, and Canada.
We Predict today announced it has been awarded a federal contract by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). We Predict will provide NHTSA with Deepview, a cross-industry study of predictive automotive failure frequency.
AppyWay has announced the launch of their innovative Smart City Parking scheme in the West Yorkshire town of Halifax in partnership with Calderdale Council.
Canard Drones performed the inspection of two major European airports recently. Canard’s team made the inspection of two PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator) and two ALS (Approach Lighting System) systems.
Dutch artificial intelligence specialist Connecterra has signed a deal with dairy cattle farming business Bles Dairies to further scale-out its IDA monitoring system on dairy farms in Europe.
Senseye provides a suite of technologies and methodologies that are already used globally by two of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.
The trial will demonstrate how wearable physiological monitoring technology can help reduce the number of physiological incidents during or after a flight that pose a significant health and safety threat to personnel and contribute to aircrew deaths and aircraft losses.
For the uninitiated, Kokoon is a digital health company with a mission to become the non-pharmaceutical, digital ‘go-to’ for helping people relax and sleep. It was founded by Richard Hall and Tim Antos in 2013.
The mobile parking app company, AppyParking, has announced a new parent brand, AppyWay, which it says plans to take-off on a global mission of helping cities thrive, from the kerb up.
With this technology, complexity is removed, as it allows all digital twins of a company's assets to be integrated into this one, secure ecosystem, so they can interact with one another, simplifying the integration and utilisation processes.
FoodMarble, the Irish-based digital health company, has received clinical validation from a leading international digestive health research group. The start-up, which was founded in 2016, has developed a breakthrough device, AIRE, to help people overcome digestive problems.
A free mobile app lets Blue Badge holders instantly see the availability of 188 accessible parking bays across the City of London.
Lloyds Banking Group has struck a deal with cyber security startup Callsign to provide digital ID and authentication of online payments to its customers.
Callsign has added cybersecurity industry veteran and serial entrepreneur Tom Noonan to its board of directors. Noonan’s experience includes executive roles at IBM, Cisco and Dun & Bradstreet Software, and as co-founder and CEO of cybersecurity companies Endgame Security, JouleX and Internet Security Systems, Inc.
Lloyds Banking Group — which is composed of banks including Lloyds, Halifax, and the Bank of Scotland, and has 15 million customers actively managing their accounts online — partnered with Callsign, a UK-based cybersecurity startup, last week, according to the Financial Times.