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Vision Elements is a company that specializes in providing expertise in computational sciences. With over fifteen years of experience, Vision Elements has hired a team of computational scientists with the skills and knowledge to tackle any scientific or engineering problem that requires modeling, simulation, or optimization for the extraction of information, reconstruction of source events, prediction, and deep understanding of situations.

 

Computational scientists are essential members of the Vision Elements team, working to develop solutions for a wide range of applications. The company supports teams with missions in computer vision, signal processing, deep learning, fluid dynamics, smart cities, astronomy, medical devices, augmented reality, robotics, and more. This broad expertise enables the team to tackle challenges across many different fields.

 

At Vision Elements, clients have the flexibility to hire an ad-hoc team to assist in solving new proof-of-concept problems, strengthen existing groups, or serve as a full early-stage R&D team. This flexibility allows clients to carefully manage their budgets and deliver faster. Some clients have found that Vision Elements serves as their long-term backbone, providing a stable and reliable partner in a world of constantly changing working environments.

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

MSc, Managing Partner

Guy Lavi

Guy Lavi, Managing Partner at Vision Elements

Guy is the Founder of Vision Elements. A Technion alumni with over 25 years in computational sciences. Guy was Co-Founder and CEO of CathWorks, the developer of a real-time remote-sensing-based device for Interventional Cardiology. 

PhD, Partner

Asaf Shimshoviz

Guy Lavi, Managing Partner at Vision Elements

Asaf is a former chess champion. His PhD in Physics from the Weizmann Institute of Science revolved around the solution of the Schrodinger equation in quantum mechanics. Asaf is the inventor of patents in the field of image compression. 

MBA, Business Development

Yaron Naor

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An innovation-driven sales and business development leader and technology evangelist with 25+ years in taking SW based solutions to market. Yaron earned an International MBA from Aalto University in Finland, and is now a lead mentor for new tech ventures at the MIT-VMS program in Cambridge. 

MSc, Partner

Adi Dafni

Guy Lavi, Managing Partner at Vision Elements

Adi holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University. Adi worked for IBM's Research Lab and for Applied Materials, before joining Vision Elements in 2015. 

MSc, Partner

Hila Blecher-Segev

Guy Lavi, Managing Partner at Vision Elements

Hila has over fifteen years in developing algorithms for computer vision, 3D geometry and deep learning. After relocating to the US, Hila joined an innovative VR\AR startup affiliated with the University of Illinois. Earlier in her career she worked for RAFAEL and was part of the Earth and Planetary Image Facility affiliated with NASA. 

Operations Manager

Danielle Shenkar

Guy Lavi, Managing Partner at Vision Elements

Danielle has a background in project management. She spent many years in the fields of congress and conference management for pharmaceuticals before broadening her horizons to operations management.

Vision Elements has several key areas of expertise. These include:

 

  • Computer vision: This field is rapidly evolving, and the team at Vision Elements is at the forefront of this revolution. Computer vision is the ability of computers to interpret and understand the visual world. This technology has numerous applications, from self-driving cars to facial recognition software.

  • Signal processing is another area where our computational scientists excel. This field involves analyzing and manipulating signals to extract information. This technology is used in a wide range of applications, from wireless communication to medical imaging.

  • Deep learning: This technology is a subset of machine learning that involves training neural networks to recognize patterns in data. This technology has numerous applications, from natural language processing to image recognition.

  • Fluid dynamics is a field of physics that deals with the behavior of fluids. This technology has numerous applications, from aerospace engineering to climate modeling.

  • Smart cities are another area of expertise for our computational scientists. This technology involves the integration of various systems, such as transportation, energy, and communication, to create more efficient and sustainable urban environments.

  • Astronomy is another area where Vision Elements has extensive experience. This field involves the study of celestial objects, such as stars and galaxies. This technology has numerous applications, from understanding the origins of the universe to developing new technologies for space exploration.

  • Medical devices are another area where Vision Elements excels. This field involves the development of new technologies for medical diagnosis and treatment. This technology has numerous applications, from developing new prosthetics to improving diagnostic imaging.

  • Augmented reality: This technology involves overlaying digital information onto the physical world. This technology has numerous applications, from gaming to industrial design.

  • Robotics: This technology involves the development of autonomous systems that can perform tasks without human intervention. This technology has numerous applications, from manufacturing to healthcare.

 

Vision Elements is a company that provides expertise in computational sciences. With over fifteen years of experience, the team at Vision Elements has the skills and knowledge to tackle any scientific or engineering problem that requires modeling, simulation, or optimization for the extraction of information, reconstruction of source events, prediction, and deep understanding of situations. The company supports teams with missions in computer vision, signal processing, deep learning, fluid dynamics, smart cities, astronomy, medical devices, augmented reality, robotics, and more. Clients have the flexibility to hire an ad-hoc team to assist in solving new proof-of-concept problems, strengthen existing groups, or serve as a full early-stage R&D team. Vision Elements is committed to continuously meeting the expectations of its clients to generate value at the core.

595 Lincoln Ave

Palo Alto

CA 94301, USA 

200 Willow Street

Boston

MA 02132, USA 

3 Rapaport St. 

Kfar Saba

4465141, Israel 

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