Captur in the news

Transport

Harnessing AI to effect a micro-mobility parking evolution in urban environments

Intelligent Transport

Randy Berridge, Head of User Support & Insights at Dott, discusses how AI is enabling the company to enforce local parking rules and keep pavements and roads clear, improving the integration of its services in cities and enhancing the rider experience.

Transport

How dockless bikes took over Britain’s streets – and became a menace

The Telegraph

Forest, unlike Lime has taken a hands-on approach to rider compliance. Head of policy, Alex Berwin, runs through Forest's partnership with Captur to drive AI-powered parking, ensuring their users park responsibly.

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Forest to use AI to review and score users' parked e-bike photos

Ebike Tips

London e-bike firm Forest is to use AI technology to review phots of its users’ parked e-bikes. The tech will score the bike as parked ‘well’, ‘satisfactorily’ or ‘poorly’. If parked ‘poorly’, the user will be prompted to repark it into a ‘better’ position.

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Funding Round

Startup Captur raises £2.2M to expand its AI offerings

Edge Industry Review

Enterprise AI image verification startup Captur has secured £2.2 million in its latest funding round, bringing its total fundraised to date to £3.5 million. The Seed investment round was led by Sure Valley Ventures, with its existing investors, MMC Ventures and Ascension Ventures, participating also. The company says the investment will be used to scale Captur’s technology offering across the logistics, transportation, and automotive sectors.

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Funding Round

‘Drag and drop’ image recognition startup Captur raises £2.2m

UKTN

An AI startup that has created image recognition tools for businesses has secured £2.2m in funding. London-based Captur has built a platform that lets businesses use a smartphone camera for bespoke image recognition applications in sectors including logistics, transportation and automotive.

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Transport

How Captur’s AI-Powered Photo Reviews Lessen the Burden of Parking Compliance for Micromobility Operators

Future Transport News

Micromobility is transforming urban transportation, offering convenient, affordable, and eco-friendly alternatives to traditional modes of commuting. However, with the rising popularity of e-scooters, bikes, and other micro-vehicles, there are also growing demands from cities to ensure compliance with road regulations.

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TIER partners with AI start-up Captur to encourage reporting of e-scooter misuse

Traffic Technology Today

TIER Mobility aims to further tackle e-scooter safety issues in London by encouraging riders and pedestrians to report bad parking, misuse and abandonment through a new QR code feature. The feature, launched in partnership with AI startup Captur, is just one of several initiatives being rolled out to improve the safety of e-scooter operations in the UK capital, as trials extend to Westminster.

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