Everguard.ai joins Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program
Everguard.ai, a developer of AI-based worker safety solutions, announced that it has joined the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program from Qualcomm Technologies.
The Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program is designed to connect cities, municipalities, government agencies, and enterprises with an ecosystem of providers to help deliver greater efficiencies, cost savings, safety, and sustainability. Program members include hardware and software providers, cloud solution providers, system integrators, design and manufacturing companies, as well as those offering end-to-end smart city solutions.
“The Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program is a central hub for smart cities solution providers utilizing our cutting-edge technologies, and we are excited to collaborate with Everguard.ai as they work to enhance worker safety in construction, manufacturing, and a host of other industries” said Sanjeet Pandit, senior director, business development and head of Smart Cities, Qualcomm Technologies.
“Everguard.ai’s mission is to make the world’s industrial environments safer. We are thrilled to bring Sentri360 to the Qualcomm Advantage Network services portfolio,” said Sandeep Pandya, CEO of Everguard.ai. “Sentri360 is a transformative AI-based end-to-end solution that tackles the problem of workplace safety by continuously monitoring worker behavior while generating a more complete situational understanding of the worker’s environment. This complete understanding allows the Sentri360 system to intervene intelligently and help prevent accidents in real time.”
Based in Irvine, California, Everguard.ai incorporates AI, computer vision, and Industrial IoT to provide a real-time platform to improve productivity while reducing workplace incidents.
Qualcomm Technologies, which is a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, launched its Smart Cities Accelerator Program in April of last year.
Member companies offer a comprehensive suite of services and Qualcomm Technologies tech-based solutions designed to address multiple verticals and aspects of smart cities.
Current members of the program include Accenture, Advantech, Arrow, Askey, Ayla Networks, Cradlepoint, Esplendor Group, Hitachi Vantara Corporation, IBM, Infosys, Guardhat, Lime, MuSpace, Nextivity, Quantela, Tech Mahindra, Telensa, Telit, TSM, UROS, USI Global, Verizon, Xingtera, and dozens of other companies and organizations.