DimensionalMechanics, a Bellevue, Wash.-based provider of an enterprise artificial intelligence big data platform, closed a $4.7m Series A round of financing.
Backers included Kent L. Johnson, a Seattle VC /angel investor and DimensionalMechanics board member.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate platform development and expand its team of AI experts, engineers, mathematicians, physicists and others.
Led by Rajeev Dutt, co-founder and CEO, and Dave Hebert, co-founder and senior vice president of product, DimensionalMechanics is advancing NeoPulse, a cloud-based platform that enables users to build applications to filter out unnecessary data and learn from new stimuli, simulate or visualize complex models or images based on multiple inputs, and find meaning in rich content for curation and predictive analytics by incorporating AI into existing systems without restructuring existing software stacks and workflows.
It is driving two product vertical solutions including 3D simulation for design, and content analysis and curation for media.
The company, which is on track to release an MVP version of the platform in the fourth quarter of 2016, is actively seeking strategic technology partnerships.