Inspired by Microsoft PivotViewer software, Zegami was born out of a collaboration led by Oxford University scientist Steve Taylor and tech polymath Roger Noble to analyse and understand large datasets from experiments generating thousands of images of cancer cells and data from the human genome. The company was spun out as an image-based data visualisation platform and grew with backing from Oxford Sciences Innovation (amongst others). The team grew and found applications in business operations, social media analysis, document indexing, sports science and human resources, with commercial client partnerships across the globe. To date we have raised £4M in funding: the first rounds of funding were focused on the development of the data visualisation software, and machine learning application with the last being focussed on commercialisation of the software through our partners. Zegami has developed partnerships with Microsoft, Dell, Nvidia, Sectra and LiveTiles. This will give us greater potential to grow our customer base as well as provide a richer, more fully featured product for our customers.
Meet the Team
Technical Account Manager
Quality Assurance Tester
Junior Data Scientist
The Zegami Scientific Advisory board is a multi-disciplinary board formed in 2017. The panel members are experts in machine learning, biology, art and history and have the explicit aim of helping propel Zegami into new and exciting areas of business and research.
Partner at Frontline Ventures
Director at Mutator VR
Professor of Engineering Science at University of Oxford
Professor of Cell biology at University of Oxford