Latest in: context
Featured Image
At Sentiance, we apply behavioral science to realize the full potential of our contextual insights, detections, and predictions. We observe, predict, and change behavior, while retaining users on our clients’ applications. This requires negotiating …
Featured Image
Context defines needs, intent and consent of the consumer and the sooner brands understand that notion the faster they’re able to create impactful and meaningful personalized interactions. We are living in a world where …
Featured Image
From cookies to beacons to location data from people’s smartphones, marketers and large tech companies have no shortage of data to help them make conclusions about how people move throughout their daily lives. This …
Featured Image
Semantics of time Targeting your users in the right context also means engaging them at the right time and moment (semantics of time). While some interactions make sense during a user’s morning routine, others …
Featured Image
Introduction In "Predictions 2016: The Mobile Revolution Accelerates", Forrester forecasted that by the end of 2016 more than 25% of companies will consider mobile not as a channel, but as a fully integrated part …
Featured Image
  There’s no such thing as a customer segment, there’s only customer context  Contextual marketing is the new buzzword in marketing land. While the definition of contextual marketing is somewhat fluid, it basically refers …
Sentiance-logo-white

Sentiance is the leader in motion insights. Our mission is to save lives every day and shape the future of road safety. Unlike telematics companies, we focus on the driver and not the vehicle because most accidents are caused by human error.  

With our revolutionary on-device AI technology, companies use insights from The Edge Platform to produce scalable, cost-efficient, and privacy-centric solutions for their customers.

developed-with-flanders-support

© Sentiance NV.  -  a website by mimosa

Back to top Arrow