Airy3D’s DepthIQ™ depth-sensing platform is a versatile and straightforward solution that is far more computationally efficient than other approaches, while also being significantly lower in cost. DepthIQ is also “sensor agnostic” meaning it can be customized to any given CMOS sensor specification. For more details, check out our Technology Brief
Passive sensing means less battery drain.
No additional footprint required.
No sacrifice of native 2D image quality.
No complex optics means easy integration.
Compatible with any CMOS image sensor.
Integrates in the existing manufacturing processes at almost zero added cost.
Our technology can be used in many different sectors and applications.
Mobile Phones | Tablets and Notebooks | Home Automation | Robotic Vacuum Cleaners | Gaming | Virtual and Augmented Reality | Film and Video | Photography
In-Cabin Monitoring | Backup Cameras | Gesture Interfaces | Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Inspection | Robot Guidance | Dimensioning | Process Control | Object Identification and Tracking
security and surveillance
Facial Recognition and Biometrics | Doorbell Cameras | Drones | Motion Tracking | Gait Analysis | Crowd Control | People Counting | Intruder Detection | Traffic Monitoring | Elderly Monitoring and Assistance
We have an amazing team dedicated to bringing our exciting technology to market.
Join our amazing and dedicated team to work on cutting-edge 3D imaging technology!
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Airy3D’s DepthIQ technology featured on Forbes.
We are very happy and proud to see Daqing and Airy3D being featured in QDN’s September newsletter!
Stuttgart, Germany – Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (RBVC), the corporate venture capital company of the Bosch Group, has completed an investment in AIRY3D Inc., a Canadian start-up based in Montreal, Quebec. AIRY3D’s depth-sensing platform DepthIQ™ is a versatile and straightforward solution that is far more computationally efficient than other approaches, while also being significantly[…]
Accelerating the launch of its single sensor solution for 3D computer vision Montreal, Quebec July 17, 2018 – AIRY3D Inc., a Montreal-based 3D computer vision start-up, today announced that it has raised US$10 million in an oversubscribed Series A funding round led by Intel Capital, including all Seed round investors CRCM Ventures, Nautilus Venture Partners,[…]
Pour accélérer le lancement de sa solution de vision artificielle 3D à capteur unique Montréal (Québec), le 17 juillet 2018 – AIRY3D Inc., start-up montréalaise spécialisée dans la vision artificielle 3D, a annoncé aujourd’hui avoir conclu une ronde de financement de série A sursouscrite de 10 millions de dollars US, menée par Intel Capital, et rassemblant tous les investisseurs à[…]
Montreal, Quebec May 15, 2017 – AIRY3D Inc., a Canadian start-up company in 3D computer vision, today announced that it has raised US$3.5 million in an oversubscribed seed round co-led by CRCM Ventures and R7 Partners. Other investors include WI Harper Group, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Nautilus Venture Partners and several angel investors that are[…]
Stuttgart, Germany – Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (RBVC), the corporate venture capital company of the Bosch Group, has completed an investment in AIRY3D. The Canadian start-up company is based in Montreal. “We are pleased to have Airy3D as a strategic extension of our portfolio due to its immense potential in many different markets, such[…]
We have been very busy to test it and generate new results. Our preliminary efforts are very encouraging, so stay tuned for future developments!