Software development with a future
In your project, we combine our knowledge of web apps and mobile apps, but also machine learning, AI and computer vision!
We develop with the technologies of tomorrow
IT is developing rapidly, but we are ahead of the industry! PolygonSoftware employs the most innovative developers at the University of Zurich. Our skills are cutting-edge and result from years of study and research at Switzerland's largest university in the courses Software Systems, Business Informatics, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. PolygonSoftware is an official StartUp of the University of Zurich and a member of the UZH Innovation Hub.
Big-Data / Data-Science
Extract important information from large amounts of data using data visualisation and intelligent data analysis.
Machine Learning / AI
Using intelligent, self-learning algorithms to automatically solve problems that could previously only be solved by humans.
Computer-Vision / OCR
Automated image processing by analysing images or training intelligent deep neural networks.
Web applications / cloud software
Software that operates in the cloud without installation and can be used remotely on any device.
Application development for Android / iOS with a shared codebase, for aesthetic, functional mobile apps.
State-of-the-art knowledge from research
PolygonSoftware was founded by top students of the University of Zurich. Our strong team of students and alumni is familiar with the latest and most modern technologies, because each of us researches at the university and in various projects on new algorithms that shape modern computer science. At the University of Zurich, our employees conduct research on the following topics:
- Facial recognition using artificial intelligence ↪
- Research on the use of drones in robberies ↪
- AI to recognise people in different images ↪
- Bayesian optimisation in the context of neural networks ↪
- Blockchain and cryptocurrency analysis ↪ ↪
- Efficient database algorithms ↪
- Physically based sky simulations in 3D rendering engines ↪
- Numerical optimizations of fluid simulations ↪
- GPU-based Fourier transforms ↪