saiwa is a B2B and B2C platform which provides artificial intelligence and machine learning software as a service (SaaS). Here, individuals and companies are empowered to explore and deploy AI services suited to their needs, with lower risk, without the need for expert knowledge of ML and with low initial investment. saiwa provides intuitive and easy-to-use web services for many AI applications. Users can try the services on their own data at no cost, forever! Below you will find a list of our current services. We are always open to work with clients to tailor our services according to their unique needs.
Advancing UAV-based EWC surveillance
To enhance Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC)‘s capability for UAV-based surveillance of European Water Chestnut (EWC) through machine learning, we at Saiwa have previously implemented the initial version of the EWC detector software. In the second stage, we are in the process of finalizing the product’s features and upgrading its interfaces.
The two primary features to be incorporated in this stage are as follows:
1- Incremental learning for gradually training the deep network over time. This feature enables us to rectify false positive and false negative detections over time.
2- Reporting the 3D universal coordinates of EWC locations using drone configuration and temporal GPS data.
Aluminum Surface Defect Detection
We at Saiwa Inc. are pleased to announce that we have successfully completed an aluminium surface defect detection project in collaboration with AI-innovate Company for CASTechnology in Canada.
In this project, using machine learning techniques and the networks we provide in our Anomaly Detection service, we detect and localize the location of micro and macro defects on a casting line, including: crack, frost, frost patch, longitude frost and mold oscillation. This service is delivered via a simple user interface where users can run the defect detection APIs.
For more information about the project or if you find it interesting, please contact us at: email@example.com
European Water Chestnut Detection
European water chestnut (Trapa natans) is an invasive floating-leaved aquatic plant that is capable of out-competing native species and altering Ontario’s aquatic ecosystems. Saiwa inc. and DUC are working together to increase efficiency and performance of invasive species surveillance by using image processing and machine learning techniques.
Surface Defect Detection
To lower labor costs and enhance examination efficiency, more factories start to employ embedded machines for product quality control instead of manual examination in the manufacturing field. In the past several decades, automated surface inspection (ASI) have become more widespread as hardware and software technologies have developed rapidly. At saiwa we investigated several types of Surface Defects using 15 different datasets. We also provided a simple UI so that users may try the algorithms freely on their own images and in case of interest.
Corrective exercise is a technique that leverages an understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics to address and fix movement compensations and imbalances to improve the overall quality of movement during workouts and in everyday life.
saiwa corrective exercise mobile application uses the state-of-the-art algorithms in pose estimation to detect a user’s pose (skeleton detection), then evaluate the vector geometry of the pose during exercise to provide useful feedback.
Here are a few comments we received from experts and potential users.
Biologist at Ducks Unlimited Canada
Centre Borelli, ENS Paris-Saclay
Kate Withers Hess
Innovation and Business Development Strategist