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Scyfer helps companies discovering the power of Big Data analytics. If you want to prove the power of data usage to your organisation, Scyfer can deliver quick results without IT investments.

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Image Recognition

Scyfer developed state of the art Deep Learning tooling to detect patterns in images. This can be applied to medical, industrial or other images to detect anomalities and classify the images.

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Recommender Systems

Scyfer delivers recommender systems for web shops and Video on Demand platorms. User profiles, purchase history and user behaviour generates new offers to improve usability and increase sales.

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Tata Steel announces collaboration with Scyfer

On Friday 6th of November, Tata Steel opened a research office at the Amsterdam Science Park. Here, Tata Steel seeks to form new collaborations with other companies to stimulate innovation within Tata Steel. Scyfer is proud to be the first research partner of Tata Steel at the Amsterdam Science Park. Together, we will improve the steel inspection process by applying Scyfer’s state-of-the-art deep learning technology.

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Scyfer receives Eur 217.000 grant for MRI medical image analysis

Scyfer will use the financial support to help develop their deep learning platform for analysing medical images to optimize processes in analysing 3D-MRI images. We use smart algorithms for automatic image recognition. The algorithms are able to detect patterns, which help to identify and highlight abnormalities making it easier for the specialist to diagnose. This technology will not only improve healthcare, additionally it can lover costs considerably, according to the FICHe committee.

“The FICHe funding helps us to speed up developments to launch our product in the health market. We focus on the working processes in diagnostic centra and then develop the technical solution that can bring real benefit in the day-to-day workflow of a radiologist. Our goal is to help speed up tedious and boring work so that the radiologist can spent more time on the complex cases. This saves valuable time, patients get quick results, reduces costs and makes work more interesting. We focus now on the relative simple cases with large volume and create buy in with the radiologists. After that we can co-develop more advanced support for their day to day work by applying more advanced deep learning technology.”

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