Satalia, a UCLB spinout from the Department of Computer Science at UCL, is now a Gartner Cool Vendor in Data Science.
The only UK company on a shortlist of 5 global organisations, Satalia joins an illustrious list of previous companies who have been awarded Cool Vendor status, including Dropbox, Nest, Evernote, Cloudera, Palantir and Instagram over the last five years.
Cool Vendors in Data Science are among emerging machine learning companies that solve targeted industry problems or make the analysis scalable for big data.
Satalia provides a unique algorithmic technology and professional service to solve industries optimisation problems.
Dr Daniel Hulme Satalia Founder and CEO, is an advisor to the UK Home Office and has a global reputation for his insights in emerging technology. He is also the Director of Business Analytics MSc at UCL, and has teaching positions in Computer Science and Business at UCL and Pearson College London.
Recent analysis of previous Cool Vendors can be found here.
Satalia provides clients with large-scale, end-to-end optimisation solutions in areas such as routing, scheduling, planning and verification. The organisation includes a multifaceted team of business analysts, academics, data scientists, optimisation modellers and software developers.
In 2016 Satalia will launch a new service, the SolveEngine, which enables algorithms from academia as Optimisation-as-a-Service.
Satalia has a unique self-organising culture that links teams across Europe and London and supports challenging intern opportunities for business and science students wishing to gain industry experience with Artificial Intelligence and solving hard problems.
Founder and CEO, Dr. Hulme is an advisor to the UK Home Office and has a global reputation for his insights in emerging technology. He is also the Director of Business Analytics MSc at UCL, and has teaching positions in Computer Science and Business at UCL and Pearson College London.
About UCL Business PLC
UCL Business PLC (UCLB) is a leading technology transfer company that supports and commercialises research and innovations arising from UCL, one of the UK’s top research-led universities. UCLB has a successful track record and a strong reputation for identifying and protecting promising new technologies and innovations from UCL academics. UCLB has a strong track record in commercialising medical technologies and provides technology transfer services to UCL’s associated hospitals; University College London Hospitals, Moorfields Eye Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and the Royal Free London Hospital. It invests directly in development projects to maximise the potential of the research and manages the commercialisation process of technologies from laboratory to market.