has acquired San Francisco-based AI digital work platform pioneer Flype Inc., the company said.
Financial terms of the Flype acquisition were not disclosed.
This acquisition accelerates the development of Atheer's augmented reality management platform by combining Atheer's existing leading real-time collaboration capabilities with the intelligent digital work and integration capabilities of the Flype platform.
Flype's digital work platform intelligently and securely connects users with the digital assets, work instructions, and resources they need to do their best work.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 7, 2019-Atheer Acquires Flype
to Enhance AI Platform
ENPNewswire-August 6, 2019--Atheer acquires Flype with aim to accelerate augmented reality in the enterprise
Release date- 05082019 - Mountain View-based Atheer, known for what it calls AiR (augmented interactive reality) computing, has acquired San Francisco-based Flype, a secured sharing economy platform for international delivery, to bring about greater AR adoption in the enterprise.
Atheer - which was recently awarded as the Best Enterprise AR Solution at the industry's annual international AWE 2019 conference - will be accelerating the development of its well-known Augmented Reality Management Platform by combining its existing real-time collaboration capabilities with Flype's intelligent digital work platform.
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In this paper we will establish the Tait's flyping conjecture "two reduced alternating knots are equivalent iff they can be converted into one another by flypes" by generalizing Reidemeister moves especially Reidemeister move of type II and therein its consequent applications.
He made many conjectures, among them was flyping conjecture which states that the number of crossings is the same for any reduced projection of an alternating knot or equivalently "Two reduced alternating knots are equivalent iff they can be converted into one another by flypes" The conjecture was proved by Menasco and Thistlewaite [3,4] by using Jones Polynomial.