We are back at it with the second episode of our new video series: Dutch pioneers in Artificial Intelligence. In this series, you will get to know some talented entrepreneurs running very diverse companies with one common denominator: they are leading the way in the development or use of AI. They push boundaries, disrupt their markets and lead the rest of us forward. 

In this episode you will meet Herbert ten Have, the CEO of Fizyr. This Delft based company designs, builds, installs and maintains their vision software product for automated picking and placing in harsh logistics environments.

Their deep learning algorithms are used to enable automated handling of unknown objects varying in shape, size, color, material and stacking, being picked from (conveyed) bulk. Fizyr’s software is used worldwide by leading system integrators and end-users in online retail, warehousing and parcel services.

👋 Fizyr, a Dutch scale up in vision software for automated picking and placing
ðŸŠī Founded in 2014 as Delft Robotics, a spin-off from TU Delft
🌍 Visit them at www.fizyr.com
ðŸšĐ Located in Delft, Zuid-Holland
ðŸ’ŧ Interested in a career at Fizyr? Check out their job openings

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👉 Have you seen the first episode yet? Check out episode 1: Innatera Nanosystems

👉 Next episode we will introduce you to Yannick Maltha, CEO at Ubiops and Joris Mollinga, CTO at DuckDuckGoose