Selection of our Interesting Projects
Below is a list of several sample projects which you could work at. Some of them are already under development, while we missed others because at that moment there were no available engineers with the required skills
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Chat-bot for Insurance Companies
This solution allows insurance companies integrate a dialogue interface into their web-site. It allows resolving frequently asked user questions. The chat-bot can ask customers for details and approximately evaluate cost of their insurance policy and conditions. It can also promptly answer frequently asked questions.
The insurance companies can use a neat admin interface to edit the dialogue tree and set the chat-bot's mood and character.
It is not a secret that nowadays large companies try tracking our actions in the Net to build their marketing. They use our history, habits and preferences. However, such technology is not common in the "physical" world yet.
The client asked to build a prototype to understand whether modern computer vision technology is ready to track people moving around shopping halls. The tasks were to 1) learn to tell people from one another and 2) track each individual and link them to real-world objects. The client wanted to use this tech to analyze behavior of people visiting shopping malls to build adaptive marketing activities.
Recognizing Board Images
This is one more computer vision project. Since our college and school year, many of us remember that it is not easy to draw something on boards. Formulas tend to be illegible and geometry figures - crooked.
The project tries creating a technology which will convert pictures and signs on the fly from the hand-written form into neat vector graphics. To get a nice circle, just draw something roughly resembling it.
Mass Notification Platform
This is a service for education establishments used to instantly inform students of a critical information through several channels, including phone calls.
Say, you need to call 20,000 parents because of a coming grave weather conditions - doing it fast (10-15 minutes all in all) and making sure everyone is actually informed. Here comes technical complexity, since the solution requires sophisticated infrastructure and application architecture.
Carbon Emission Calculator (open-source)
This application helps you answer the questions how much CO2 was produced when manufacturing either a finished product or the whole building. You only need to specify materials used, place of manufacture and suppliers.
Technically, this project is serious at all levels. First, you need to collect and maintain database with info about all materials and manufacturers based on Environmental Product Declaration (EPD). The info is non-standard, so that you need to learn how to parse heterogeneous PDF files, extract and normalize the required data. Second, the gathered data itself is not too helpful. You need to understand which materials the product consist of, drill down and measure CO2 emissions on all levels. Say, if we know what armature was used and who supplied it, we can drill down to its steel manufacturing process, energy consumed, transportation and actual manufacturing of the end product.