Computer Vision Systems (CVS) is a leading Russian developer of computer stereovision.
The company was founded in June 2011. LANIT Group acquired Computer Vision Systems in 2012.
CVS is an IT-cluster resident and a winner of the Skolkovo Innovation Center grant for their gesture recognition technology project. CVS employs only highly-skilled recognized experts in their field. They develop innovative solutions in the field of machine-based vision and those based on the stereo vision principle.
The software and hardware solutions for image and video processing produced by the company are based on deep research on image recognition conducted by scientists for many years. This research has been actively conducted at the Department of System Programming of the St. Petersburg State University in conjunction with LANIT Tercom.
Due to scientific basis, high professionalism, and openness to new ideas, the company creates breakthrough technologies, unique algorithms, and software unparalleled in the world. CVS has many customers, including from Russia and foreign countries.
- Industry (accurate calculation of volumes of wood with the analysis of video images)
- Portable devices (3D scanners, optical radars)
- Elevators (panoramic view from the cabin in real time)
- Transportation and mobility (road control, collision avoidance)
- Laptops, PCs, tablets and smartphones (virtual keyboards and mouses)
- Interactive advertising (store-fronts, video walls)