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Doing amazing things for autonomous vehicles – ITT Hub Podcast with Leon Daniels OBE

The dRISK CEO Chess Stetson and Business Development manager Rav Babbra, chat to Leon Daniels OBE from ITT Hub about their work with the government-owned Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV). We hear how they have been tasked by the UK government, through the CCAV to build the ‘ultimate driving test’ – not for […]

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Mayor of London’s International Business Programme

dRISK are delighted to announce that we have been accepted onto the London & Partners Mayor’s International Business Programme, supported by the Mayor of London. The programme helps London-based scaleups, like dRISK expand internationally by providing access to mentorship, expert advice, virtual trade missions, focused e-workshops and events, as well as introductions to potential new […]

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Did the reprieve from the November lockdown cancel Christmas?

At dRISK.ai, we have been monitoring social distancing in real-time throughout the COVID-19 pandemic using CCTV feeds from London, and we have created a web-app available here. We had been tracking vehicle and pedestrian interactions for detecting transportation edge cases, and we repurposed this technology to detect social distancing across London at the start of the […]

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dRISK’s London team is growing and moving to Plexal

We have been looking out for new talent to join our team in London all summer and we’re very happy that two highly skilled graduate engineers have now accepted our offer. Hugh Blayney recently completed his MSc in Computer Science at Oxford University with a dissertation on Graph Neural Networks. He is now working on […]

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Seed funding round closed

dRISK anounced today that it closed a $675k funding round. Lead investor is Okapi VC and additional investment came from Netsu Equity, SaaS Ventures and Poetic Partners. We are incredibly pround to have found such competent partners who can also provide valuable technical, operational and legal expertise.

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D-RISK consortium wins £3M in grant funding

A consortium lead by dRISK has been awarded a research and development grant by the UK’s Centre for Connected & Autonomous Vehicles. For this project, dRISK will partner with Claytex, DG Cities and Imperial College to commercialize a ground-breaking vehicle safety framework and AV training, test and validation platform. “To build the city that safely […]