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 Pawlin

Pawlin Technologies Ltd. is an IT-company based in Moscow , Russia. The company was established in 2005 by a group of young talented enthusiasts. Our mission is "to offer effective solutions to non-trivial tasks by applying cutting edge methods and ideas of science, technology and business.

Our technical expertise lies in the field of intellectual computations. Pattern recognition, computer vision, image processing, data mining, robotics, artificial intelligence and neural networks are the key-words summarizing the area of our scientific interests and the scope of our typical projects. All our specialists hold advanced degrees in applied mathematics and computer science from the leading Russian universities. We also work in close cooperation with a number of well-known Russian research institutes and have access to their libraries and technological base. Our scientific consultants are well-known Russian scientists in the fields of neural networks, parallel computing and applied math. Our own specialists are also involved in academic research contributing to scientific journals and presenting frequently at international conferences.

All members of our management team have both IT-business background and experience in software project and process (quality) management, account (clients) management, information systems (ERP/CIS) design and development, HR management and Finance. Innovative projects often lack formal specs, involve complex data, software and hardware structures, distributed teams and scientific personnel. Our strength is in the ability to deal with these issues by combining strong project management skills and required technical qualifications. This allows eliminating the gap between the research and commercial application. [have a look at our services]



 
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Sample Image PWNBinaryTrainer 1.0

PWNBinaryTrainer 1.0 is a simple GPGPU console application designed to bring alternative to training of the neural networks in expensive commercial packages. Training process takes now minutes instead of hours and the accuracy is similar or better ...

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Sample Image PWNLIB 1.1

Software C++ library for neural network processing and training. GPGPU via NVIDIA CUDA and Intel-MKL performance boosting is available now.

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Our services

Custom coding of math algorithms

Even though modern tools exist that greatly simplify math algorithms coding (e.g. MATLAB), there are cases when it make sense to outsource this work to us:
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Data visualization

We offer 1D,2D,3D data visualization (real time if necessary) by utilizing the latest dimension reduction techniques, linear and non linear PCA-related technologies, volume visualization, custom ray-tracing and radiosity algorithms. We offer fast OpenGL or GPGPU / CUDA implementations.
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Data/Image processing

There are common computer vision libraries such as Intel OpenCV that one can take as a starting point for their algorithms implementation.
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Recognition and Clustering

Typical task for neural networks is recognition and clustering. Send us your task description and we will provide you with a proposal on time and budget for your particular system implementation.
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Embedded programming of intellectual algorithms

Embedded intellectual algorithms must be very simple, fast, and reliable. Pawlin Technologies currently works on getting the maximum from the limited hardware capabilities in term of pattern recognition, computer vision.
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Neural Network Programming

We reveal new capabilities of using data and information for the goals of your business. Now many tasks historically done by humans can be left to intellectual software and hardware by using some of the many existing AI technologies customized for your particial needs.
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