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We are hiring!

We are seeking an experienced Researcher in Machine Learning (R2/R3) who will lead the development of reinforcement learning methodologies for failure prediction on storage devices monitored by our flagship DriveNest (www.drivenest.com) platform.

This is a 12-month, Full-time position with a competitive salary and a relocation package supported through the competitive European SME Innovation Associate programme (INNOSUP-02-2019-2020). Subject to performance during the 12-month contract, Algolysis may offer long-term employment to the successful candidate.

Applications’ Deadline: 14th of August 2020

Click here for more details on how to apply.

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Algolysis in MARI-Sense Kick-Off meeting

Proud to present Algolysis Ltd and our current projects to the partners of the MARI-Sense project consortium.

MARI-Sense employs smart management, spatial planning, and agile response measures to help preserve the natural environment, securing society, and ensuring economic growth. Its cognitive systems work in synergy with human operators to “make sense” of the maritime environment.

Find more about the project here: www.marisense.eu

3D Motion Search Engine proposal successful!

We are very pleased to announce that our project proposal Safeguarding the Cultural HEritage of Dance through Augmented Reality (SCHEDAR) to the JPICH Digital Heritage Call supporting transnational research has been one of the 8 successful proposals! The project has commenced in June 2018 and will run for 3 years. Our role in the project is to develop a motion search engine with the aim of subsequent commercial exploitation. More information can be found on https://www.schedar.eu

DriveNest accelerated!

Algolysis Ltd. has secured research and innovation funding through the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism of Cyprus for furthering the implementation of DriveNest (www.drivenest.com), our predictive storage device monitoring service.

We will now be accelerating development, so stay tuned for updates 🙂