Cignal Raises Funds in Phase 1 Round

Cignal Raises Funds in Phase 1 Round

By Gov CIO Outlook | Thursday, July 16, 2020

Cignal LLC raises funds to bolster business excellence.

FREMONT, CA: Cignal LLC has raised successfully completed its phase 1 round of funding, bagging invaluable amounts to bag and enrich operational success. The company is a tech startup that focuses on developing cutting-edge capabilities for the enablement of accelerated training and deployment of advanced inspection and security systems. The Phase 1 project funding was done by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate's (S&T) Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP).

Cignal will use these funds to enhance Cignal Workbench, working prototype modeling, and training workflow product, to produce the highest value of fidelity and synthetic volumetric data for Computed Tomography (CT) applications and Advanced Technology (AT) X-ray inspection systems. The goal of the company's move towards innovation is to present a virtually unlimited source of labeled training data, alongside achieving automated and constant training pertaining to advanced artificial intelligence (AI) models.

The funding and engagement of the SVIP model is sure to support and encourage will allow Cignal to not only increase the capabilities and applications of Cignal Workbench but make the thought of advanced homeland security solution a reality. The goal of Cignal covers features such as reliability, consistency, precision, security, and creativity. Cignal's formulation of synthetic data to train AI models eradicates the requirement for manual image labeling and improves the amount of quality training data.

Cignal LLC is a software systems company that caters to the requirements for exceptional inspection and screening applications. Cignal Workbench is its proprietary product that helps users achieve advanced security and screening solutions to enable the core performance aspects such as safety and efficiency. The company is based in Ashburn, Virginia.

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