United Kingdom, London
2017 (about 6 years ago)
No. of Employees
50 to 100
Programs participated in
Plug and Play‘s Overview of Synthesia
Synthesia is offering a software solution that allows its customers to create training, explainer and product marketing videos from text in minutes through AI, saving ~80% time and costs while increasing engagement. Synthesia's technology is reducing the time and costs associated with video production, while increasing content engagement by enabling video creation and maintenance at scale in multiple languages in just minutes. Synthesia is mainly targeting customers in the broader industries. Their focus is on applications in business areas like Training, HR, IT, Operations, Communications and Product Marketing.
Project Teaser: EXPO2023by STARTUP AUTOBAHN powered by Plug and Play
in cooperation with the STARTUP AUTOBAHN partner Bosch
The main challenge was leveraging personalized AI videos in the content creation process at Bosch to enable video production at scale. The goal was to reduce time and cost associated with video production, while increasing audience engagement by tailoring the content in multiple languages with personalized digital avatars.
This Startup Teaser is also featured in the following session on our agenda:
16:30on June 22, 2023(2:30 PM UTC)
Pilot Insights: Enterprise
A sneak peak of the agenda. Find out more on the comprehensive overview. All timings in Europe/Berlin time.
with Bosch, Porsche , Schaeffler, DXC Technology & Synthesia, Circuit Booking, deskbird, Brytlyt
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