Helping automakers optimize vehicle quality, safety, and reliability since 2017.
Helping automakers optimize vehicle quality, safety and reliability since 2017.
Our mission is to empower our customers’ data, helping them realize greater efficiency and cost savings on production lines and throughout the in-service life of a vehicle. Born out of the world-renowned engineering laboratories at the University of Waterloo, Acerta was created to augment technical knowledge of automotive systems with data science and machine learning, uncovering actionable insights from vehicle and production data.
We’re helping automakers get complex products to market faster, more efficiently, and with fewer defects by amplifying domain knowledge with artificial intelligence to locate the earliest indicators of future product failures. For fleets and autonomous vehicles, our advanced vehicle health solutions pinpoint and predict failures before they happen, ensuring maximum utilization and efficiency of assets through their in-service life.
Our goal is to transform automotive quality by supporting the entire product life cycle, from the assembly line to the finish line.
Co-Founder & CEO
With a background in automated data analysis for testing and anomaly detection, Greta Cutulenco has worked on system testing, monitoring, and analysis for major OEMs and Tier 1s, including Bombardier and Magna.
In 2018, Greta won the Female Founders Competition, sponsored by M12, EQT Ventures and SVB Financial Group. She has also been included on the Forbes 30-Under-30 list for manufacturing and was named one of 2019’s Canadians to Watch by Automotive News.
Co-Founder & CTO
Jean-Christophe Petkovich has over 10 years of experience in data analysis, pattern recognition, statistical modelling, and machine learning.
Jean-Christophe’s extensive work history includes writing software for safety-critical systems for leaders in the transportation industry, including QNX and Bombardier.
Co-Founder & CSO
Sebastian Fischmeister is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Waterloo and Executive Director of the Waterloo Centre for Automotive Research. He has been performing systems research at the intersection of software technology, distributed systems, and formal methods for over 15 years.
Sebastian’s preferred application area is distributed, real-time, embedded systems in the domains of automotive systems, avionics, and medical devices.