ImageVision offers a visual analytics platform that is capable of analysing images and videos and determining the content of the visual. A very relevant tool for the world’s largest ad networks like Facebook, Yahoo!, Apple or Photobucket that want to generate additional revenue based on User Generated Content (UGC). In addition, there patent algorithms offer the possibility to determine nudity in visuals to filter those visuals whenever necessary.

ImageVision automates the process of curating and tagging visual content, saving large organizations valuable time and money. It is capable of analysing and categorizing 720.000 images per hours and 50.400 minutes of video. The visual image recognition works in real-time and user artificial intelligence to provide a scalable service platform for its customers.

In addition, ImageVision offers its recognition technology also to mobile carriers that can use it to find and block unwanted content (such as nudity, gestures etc.) from images, text or even video all in real-time. Its technology helps parents to protect their children from illegitimate and inappropriate content shared online and via text messages. Social media networks, network operators or any other company dealing with UGC can cost-effectively protect their customers, employees or advertising from being confronted with illicit content.

The big data startups has several patents among others for the scalable method for detecting digital visual nudity recognition, visual filtering of mobile messaging and video scene fingerprinting. They have won several awards, including 2011 TECH Fort Worth IMPACT Community Award or the 2013 America’s Startups SXSW Quick Pitch Winner. ImageVision was founded in 2009 by Mitch Butler, a former Director of 4G/femtocell technologies for NetSocket, and Steven White, a former engineer also at NetSocket.



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Head Office

312 North Powell Pkwy
United States

Countries Supported

United States


Advertising, Social media / marketing



Size of Customers


Year Founded

March 12, 2009


Funding Received from Investors

$7.5 Million


AOL Ventures, Javelin Venture Partners, Walden Venture Capital, Western Technology Investment (WTI)

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