Simularity's software automatically analyzes geospatial imagery and data to automatically find and classify unusual changes.
Our founding belief, and the one that still drives us today, is that the more relevant information you have, the better predictions you can make. In 2018 we introduced AIADS, AI-driven satellite image anomaly detection, with solutions for defense, security, municipal governments, and private verticals.
Our latest products are able to do complex scene identification and integrate SAR, optical, and multispectral bands from a variety of image providers, from satellites to drones. We specialize in finding things that are hard to see. In 2018 we closed a $1M seed round, signed a government customer, and delivered on a significant partnership deal with one of the largest providers of high resolution satellite imagery.
Simularity is currently focused on building on it’s core geospatial AI technology, adding related algorithms on partner platforms, and expanding it’s persistent change monitoring service portfolio.
Liz Derr, Founder and CEO
Ray Richardson, CTO
Peter Koning, VP of Sales
Peter has over 27 years of international technology sales and marketing experience in the software, telecommunications, and internet industries. He has provided market entry consulting services to European companies, introduced new network management products for Nortel, and started several successful internet ventures in lead generation and ecommerce. Peter holds a Honours Bachelor of Mathematics (Computer Science) degree from the University of Waterloo, and an International MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management.
Jean-Marc Mommessin, Executive Account Manager
Jean-Marc founded a computer vision and machine learning company in 2006 out of Stanford. He later launched machine learning advertising solutions at Yahoo!. He led sales at several connected physical infrastructure startups including Digital Lumens. Jean-Marc has extensive experience with venture capital investing in applied AI startups and corporate venturing. Jean-Marc has an MBA from Stanford University Graduate School of Business and MS from Art et Metiers.