Zegami makes the exploration of large collections of image rich information quick and simple.

Zegami combines the ability of computers to organise data with the power of humans to understand images.

Zegami, simple in design, powerful in application

How Zegami works

By attaching images to data, Zegami allows you to take advantage of your brains pattern recognition capabilities.

Using our revolutionary interface, thousands of data points can be seen and understood at a glance. This allows you to find what you’re looking for in a fraction of the time, and helps to make new discoveries that were previously unreachable.

Creating your first Zegami collection

Zegami Premier League demo

Zegami helps medical researchers analyse their Microscopy data

Giving Facility Managers a single point of truth

What is Zegami

Zegami is a unique visual search and analytics platform. It allows users to explore, search, sort, filter, group and analyse large collections of images and data in a simple and intuitive way.

Backed by innovative Oxford University thinking, Zegami combines the power of machine learning with human cognitive abilities. This ensures that people are immersed in the information allowing them to recognise patterns, find hidden insights and make new discoveries.

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Industry Applications

There is no limit to the possible applications of Zegami. Here are some of the industries where our customers are saving time, money and gaining fresh insight:

Sports Analytics

Sports Analytics

Providing informed player insights.
Analytics for Research and Development

Research & Development – Microscopy

Offering new ways to discover the unknown.
Analytics for Human Resources

HR

Easy understanding of your workforce.
Image data management for plant sciences

Plant Sciences

Gaining fresh insights and perspectives.
Analytics for Museums

Museums & Libraries

Giving curators the toolset they need.
  • Westminster School
  • UOSEA
  • UOS
  • UOE
  • Purdie
  • UCD
  • OSHU
  • Oconnors
  • NIOH
  • MRC
  • Kew Gardens
  • FMRIB
  • CSA
  • City of Prospect
  • Bodleian
  • University of Oxford
  • Ashmolean
  • Weatherall
  • Sdworkx
  • Appf
  • Pittsburg pirates
  • Seafolly
  • Bayer crop science
  • Julich
  • Aberystwyth

Helping you make sense of your data