Osprey Informatics (“Osprey”), a leader in AI-driven computer vision and intelligent visual monitoring for the industrial sector has changed its name to Osperity.
The new name better reflects the company’s technology uniqueness for intelligent visual monitoring and analytics and also minimizes confusion in the marketplace.
“The name Osprey Informatics worked well when we were only doing business in Canada.” said Scott Crist, CEO of the Company. “After opening an office in Houston and launching a major US initiative, we realized that there was some confusion in the marketplace. Osperity is a unique name that can transcend multiple industries. We are now well positioned for growth with a name as unique as the services we provide.” concludes Crist.
Osperity assists industrial companies to reduce operational costs and mitigate safety and environmental risks through intelligent visual monitoring. With our platform clients are enabled to increase productivity through virtual asset inspections, improve health, safety and environmental (HSE) outcomes with monitoring and automated reporting, and strengthen security through proactive activity detection and alerting.
Osperity is a massively scalable cloud platform that is optimized for remote sites. It cost-effectively manages visual sensors at scale, analyzes the massive volumes of visual data with artificial intelligence and input from other systems, and distributes personalized, actionable information to end users. Osperity is powered by computer vision, a type of artificial intelligence generating accurate, insightful alerts enabling “true management by exception.”
The Company is based in Calgary and Houston. Strategic investors include Shell Ventures, Evok Innovations, InterGen Capital and Texas Ventures. More information can be found on the company’s website: https://osperity.com.