Tages-Anzeiger : Software for tracking crimes

2009 has been a promising year so far for semantic system. After presenting at the Red Herring North America event the newspaper Tages-Anzeiger featured an article on us.

The blurb reads:

The success of the small company Semantic Systems located in Glattbrugg, Switzerland, is based on a new software which can match patterns – finger prints, signatures financial charts – or shoe tracks. The software can identify burglars with the help of shoe tracks.

You can download the original article in german or the english translation.

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