Swiss no-code startup Viso bags $9.2M in Accel led round

Swiss startup Viso offers a no-code computer vision platform, enabling businesses to quickly build and deploy vision-based apps.
Swiss no-code startup Viso bags $9.2M in Accel led round

No-code computer vision platform Viso makes building and deploying vision-based enterprise applications quicker and simpler, taking something that might have taken months to build and reducing its timeframe to a matter of days.

The Swiss startup has raised a $9.2 million seed round which was led by Accel and received participation from angel investors including Mehdi Ghissassi, Mihai Faur, Remy Lazarovici, James Isilay and Stef van Grieken.

The Viso Suite is a customisable end-to-end enterprise vision platform where businesses can quickly create vision-based apps without significant technical expertise. It allows organisations to use any common camera, re-use existing cameras, and it supports the latest ML frameworks and computing hardware, integrating them across existing systems.

“As computer vision continues to penetrate multiple industries, from transport and agriculture through to health, Viso has built a horizontal platform to finally give businesses access to computer vision capabilities at scale,” says Andrei Brasoveanu, Partner at Accel.

“When we founded Viso in 2018, our core mission was to make disruptive technologies like computer vision widely accessible to all companies, not just those with the resources and expertise to fully utilise it - we’ve built an all-in-one infrastructure solution to enable businesses to develop, deploy and scale computer vision applications faster, more successfully and at lower cost,” says Gaudenz Boesch who founded the company with Nico Klingler.

Lead image: via Viso. Photo: Uncredited. 

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