Deep Block was selected among more than 100 applications to join Go Austria, the incubation program of Global Incubator Network Austria (GIN). Go Austria grants startups the opportunity to meet with Austrian experts in the field, validate and expand their business models, and most importantly, meet new potential customers or stakeholders and gain a foothold in the European market.
This government-funded program seeks to connect the Austrian startup ecosystem with hotspots in Asia such as Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and China. It welcomes startups working with technologies such as big data, virtual/augmented reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, green-tech, mobility, med-tech solutions, etc.
Deep Block is the world's fastest Geospatial MLOps platform. Using cutting-edge AI algorithms, geospatial specialists can analyze remote sensing imagery at an unprecedented scale by easily training and deploying machine learning models, without any coding required.
Deep Block delivers a production-grade AI pipeline that facilitates the deployment of high-performing Machine Learning models (MLOps) in days instead of months. On top of a library of pre-trained models, AI experts and amateurs alike can train and use their own computer vision algorithms, without any coding knowledge required.
Deep Block is seeing a growing variety of applications for geospatial analysis ranging from Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), environmental monitoring, disaster management, urban planning, and agriculture.
Deep Block anticipates that the Go Austria program will yield significant results and help establish its presence in Europe. Located strategically in the heart of Europe, Austria’s market is one of the richest in the European Union and is characterized by many small and medium-sized enterprises, some of whom are leaders in their own niche markets. As the country places importance on innovation for maintaining competitiveness, it spends 3.2% of its GDP on research and development, more than the goal set by the EU for its members.
Austria has a strategic reach into the 400M consumers in Europe, 100M of which are German-speaking located in the DACH region (German, Austria, and Switzerland), where the purchasing power is strongest in the EU.