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Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am PT
Duration: 1 hour

OneCup AI’s BETSY is set to disrupt the multi-billion dollar ranching industry by using AI to help ranchers track and monitor their livestock, providing them greater insights into the health, growth, and activity of their animals. Learn how OneCup leveraged NVIDIA TAO, NVIDIA DeepStream, and NVIDIA Triton™ SDKs to overcome developmental hurdles and bring BETSY to market in record time.

The OneCup AI team will share how they used NVIDIA TAO to achieve incredibly high accuracy with their models, and how they integrated these cutting-edge models into video processing pipelines using NVIDIA DeepStream, achieving up to 30 FPS at 2K resolution on devices deployed at the edge.

In this webinar, you will learn:
  • Tips and tricks for training state-of-the-art vision models
  • How to build a custom DeepStream pipeline
  • How to integrate advanced models into DeepStream
Join us after the presentation for a live Q&A session.



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Geoffrey Shmigelsky

CTO, OneCup AI

Geoffrey Shmigelsky is the co-founder of OneCup AI, a company that uses computer vision to track, ID, and monitor animals. Geoffrey heads up a team of 20 engineers at OneCup and holds a master's in CPSC, specializing in machine learning. Geoffrey has exited several startups in his career, is a recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year award, and is an Associate Founder of Singularity University.

Philip Cho

Computer Vision Engineer, OneCup AI

Philip is a computer vision engineer at OneCup AI, responsible for implementing, optimizing, and integrating various computer vision algorithms to OneCup AI’s cloud based AI pipeline. He completed Visual Computing Master's Degree at SFU, as well as Bachelor of Commerce degree at Sauder School of Business.

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