Welcoming AI startup Ocuma to our coworking community

Our coworking community is expanding! We’d like to introduce you AI startup Ocuma.

AI powered safety for public swimming pools
Drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury death worldwide, with more than 200.000 people drowning every year. While capable supervision is a key factor in reducing drowning events, human lifeguards sadly miss 80% of all incidents. Also, fewer people choose a career as a lifeguard.

These trends create an opportunity for applying AI technology to improve safety with less human effort. After a successful proof of concept and convincing major customers, Ocuma is now developing a prototype of a drowning alert system, intending to go live in several public swimming pools in The Netherlands in 2025.

A big welcome to the center, we look forward to collaborating!

From left: Danymol Ramachandran (DL Engineer), Gijs Beijer (Data Engineer), Alex Sinitsyn, PhD (Technical Advisor), Gerald Dicker (System Engineer & Director).

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