Fellow works on creating automation in supply chain management and inventory optimization through computer vision, micro-asset positioning, and sensor fusion. The company offers inventory management processes, assets and warehouse management, and interior layout rendering. It was founded in 2011 and is based in Silicon Valley, California.
Expert Collections containing FellowAI
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
FellowAI is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Store tech (In-store retail tech).
Store tech (In-store retail tech)
Companies that make tech solutions to enable brick-and-mortar retail store operations.
This collection includes startups developing autonomous ground robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotic arms, and underwater drones, among other robotic systems. This collection also includes companies developing operating systems and vision modules for robots.
Grocery Retail Tech
Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.
FellowAI has filed 3 patents.
Military robots, Wireless networking, Diagrams, Bipedal humanoid robots, Embedded systems
Military robots, Wireless networking, Diagrams, Bipedal humanoid robots, Embedded systems
Latest FellowAI News
Sep 12, 2023
It celebrates research-based works of non-fiction that have made an outstanding contribution to the public understanding of world cultures and the ways in which they interconnect.We were greatly impressed by the exceptional quality of writing in this years shortlist and the ability of the authors to unearth extraordinary new discoveries and to find new perspectives on old perceptions, said Professor Charles Tripp, Fellow of the British Academy and chair of the 2023 jury.Das, in her 40s, is Professor of Early Modern Literature and Culture in the English faculty at the University of Oxford. PTI | London | Updated: 12-09-2023 11:53 IST | Created: 12-09-2023 11:53 IST Country: SHARE Two authors of Indian heritage, UK-based Nandini Das and US-based Kris Manjapra, are among six worldwide writers on the shortlist unveiled here on Tuesday for the 2023 British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding, a leading international non-fiction prize worth GBP 25,000. India-born Nandini Das is in the running for 'Courting India: England, Mughal India and the Origins of Empire' and Caribbean-born Manjapra of mixed African and Indian parentage has been shortlisted for 'Black Ghost of Empire: The Long Death of Slavery and the Failure of Emancipation'. The prize, now in its 11th year, is open to authors of any nationality based anywhere in the world and working in any language provided the nominated work is available in English and published in the UK. It celebrates research-based works of non-fiction that have made an outstanding contribution to the public understanding of world cultures and the ways in which they interconnect. ''We were greatly impressed by the exceptional quality of writing in this year's shortlist and the ability of the authors to unearth extraordinary new discoveries and to find new perspectives on old perceptions,'' said Professor Charles Tripp, Fellow of the British Academy and chair of the 2023 jury. Das, in her 40s, is Professor of Early Modern Literature and Culture in the English faculty at the University of Oxford. She was brought up in India and studied at Jadavpur University in Kolkata before moving to England for further study. Her shortlisted work has been praised by the judges as a ''ground-breaking'' debut. ''This beautifully written book tells the story of England's first diplomatic mission to India in the early 1600s, through a combination of biography and historical narrative, alternating microscopic details with broader panoramas,'' the judges note. ''As we learn how the Mughals and English understood and misunderstood each other, we appreciate how Das's shifting perspective reveals important insights into global connections and changing power dynamics in this pivotal period of world history,'' they said. Manjapra, also in his 40s, grew up in Canada and is now Stearns Trustee Professor of History and Global Studies at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. His shortlisted work examines the slow, drawn-out death of slavery and the failure of emancipation. ''Written with restrained passion, this is a detailed and disturbing account of the false dawn of emancipation that accompanied the formal abolition of slavery in the 19th century,'' read the judges' comments. ''Set against the enormity of the transatlantic slave trade and the myths surrounding its ending, this book gives life and memory to the enslaved, identifies the forces that built new systems of servitude in the aftermath of slavery, and argues forcefully against the disavowal of these ghosts in our social order,'' they said. The other writers on the 2023 shortlist include France-based Daniel Foliard for 'The Violence of Colonial Photography', exploring the role of photography in the history of British and French imperialism; Spain-based Irene Vallejo 'Papyrus: The Invention of Books in the Ancient World' which chronicles literary culture in the ancient world; UK-based journalist Tania Branigan for 'Red Memory', unearthing rarely-heard stories from China; and US-based anthropologist Dimitris Xygalatas for 'Ritual: How Seemingly Senseless Acts Make Life Worth Living'. The winner of the GBP 25,000 prize will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on October 31, when each of the shortlisted writers will receive GBP 1,000. The 2023 judging panel for the British Academy Book Prize for Global Cultural Understanding is made up of Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed FBA, Visiting Professor at the Middle East Centre at the London School of Economics; Professor Rebecca Earle, food historian and Professor of History at the University of Warwick; Fatima Manji, award-winning broadcaster; and Professor Gary Younge Hon, the award-winning author, broadcaster and Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester. (This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.) READ MORE ON:
FellowAI Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was FellowAI founded?
FellowAI was founded in 2011.
Where is FellowAI's headquarters?
FellowAI's headquarters is located at Silicon Valley.
What is FellowAI's latest funding round?
FellowAI's latest funding round is Unattributed.
How much did FellowAI raise?
FellowAI raised a total of $230K.
Who are the investors of FellowAI?
Investors of FellowAI include HAX, Crowdfunder and Plug and Play Accelerator.
Who are FellowAI's competitors?
Competitors of FellowAI include Simbe Robotics and 4 more.
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Shelfie is a company that focuses on automating retail shelf-stock audits, operating within the retail technology sector. The company's main service involves using artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies to monitor retail shelves, detect stock gaps and discrepancies, and alert staff to restock specific items. Shelfie primarily serves the retail industry. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Manly, New South Wales.
Zensors provides a spatial intelligence platform. The platform offers utilization management, activity monitoring, object counting, and more. It serves aviation, retail, and other sectors. It was founded in 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Trax focuses on providing cloud-based retail management solutions, operating in the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industries. The company offers services such as dynamic merchandising, in-store execution, shopper engagement, market measurement, analytics, and shelf monitoring, all designed to enhance shopping experiences and unlock revenue opportunities. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Singapore.
Bossa Nova Robotics creates autonomous service robots for the global retail industry. Bossa Nova technology and services empower retailers to make informed inventory decisions and take rapid action by automating the collection and analysis of on-shelf inventory data in large-scale stores. Retailers can therefore improve their productivity and create a better shopping experience. It was founded in 2005 and is based in San Francisco, California.
COSY is an artificial intelligence software company powering off-the-shelf robots to survey retail store floors. Its flagship technology platform, SCOUT, relies on artificial intelligence, machine vision, and robots to streamline the stocking process for brick-and-mortar retail companies. It was founded in 2012 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.