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Acerta is a software company that delivers machine learning technology to the manufacturing and automotive industries. The Company offers Acerta CHECK software solution that focuses on the discovery of critical problems in complex data by combining statistical methods, data mining algorithms, and machine learning techniques to uncover critical intelligence and find anomalies in machine behavior. It provides solutions for the automotive sector, including OEMs, parts suppliers, and providers of vehicle test and monitoring equipment for vehicle health and data acquisition applications. 

HQKitchener, CA

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)33(+10%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Acerta

Greta Cutulenco

Greta Cutulenco

Co-Founder & CEO
Jean-Christophe Petkovich

Jean-Christophe Petkovich

Co-Founder & CTO
Sebastian Fischmeister

Sebastian Fischmeister

Co-Founder & CSO
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Acerta Office Locations

Acerta has an office in Kitchener
Kitchener, CA (HQ)
30 Duke St. West, Suite 1100
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Acerta Financials and Metrics

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Acerta total Funding

$10.8 m

Acerta latest funding size

$6.91 m

Time since last funding

10 months ago

Acerta investors

Acerta's latest funding round in September 2020 was reported to be $6.9 m. In total, Acerta has raised $10.8 m
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Acerta News and Updates

AutoTech startup Acerta secures $5 million USD of new capital in OMERS-led Series A

Acerta Analytics, which uses machine learning to help automakers perform quality control, has announced a $7 million USD ($9 million CAD) Series A round...

Acerta to Showcase Manufacturing AI Platform at IAA 2019

Acerta will demo its LinePulse machine learning platform for automotive manufacturing as a Microsoft Industry Partner at New Mobility World.

Acerta Blogs

MES & Machine Learning

Manufacturing is all about efficiency. The trouble is, in order to become more efficient, you need to find ways to make more with less. This sounds counterintuitive (and not at all considerate of the law of conservation of mass), but it’s really a matter of making the most of the least. The same ope…

Machine Learning and Data Collection for Manufacturing

In 2012, General Electric found that one of its factories could generate 5,000 data samples every 33 milliseconds. Just one product line could produce as much as 4 trillion data points per year. Manufacturing connectivity and industrial data collection methods have continued to advance, increasing t…

Enhancing End-Of-Line Testing

EOL (End-of-Line) testing is quality’s final filter. Its goals are to pass units that can be used in the final assembly of a vehicle and fail the defective ones. Unfortunately, manufacturers still experience costs associated with defective parts, such as claims on components that failed before the e…

Improving Automotive Manufacturing Throughput and Profitability with AI & Machine Learning

In a recent webinar with Microsoft, we were fortunate to hear from Brian Willson, VP of the Midwest Region for Microsoft, Matt Townsend, Managing Director at Riveron, and Thomas Bloor, VP of Global Sales at Acerta. These automotive experts discussed why culture is key to digital transformations, wha…

An Introduction to Automotive End-of-Line Testing

End-of-line (EOL) testing is a crucial step in the automotive manufacturing process. In order to ensure the quality of complex products, such as axles, engines or transmissions, automakers need a method for separating defective or out-of-spec units from those shipped to customers. Methods differ, de…

Understanding Machine Learning with SHAP Analysis

In conversations with customers, we’re often asked to explain how our machine learning models come up with their predictions. Engineers want to understand what they are implementing on a production line. The trouble is that machine learning models, by their very nature, are complex and hard to expla…
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Acerta Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Acerta founded?

    Acerta was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Acerta key executives?

    Acerta's key executives are Greta Cutulenco, Jean-Christophe Petkovich and Sebastian Fischmeister.

  • How many employees does Acerta have?

    Acerta has 33 employees.

  • Who are Acerta competitors?

    Competitors of Acerta include Blue J Legal, Deep Genomics and Intrinsic.

  • Where is Acerta headquarters?

    Acerta headquarters is located at 30 Duke St. West, Suite 1100, Kitchener.

  • Where are Acerta offices?

    Acerta has an office in Kitchener.

  • How many offices does Acerta have?

    Acerta has 1 office.