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How much does ENAIA cost?

PRICING

ENAIA

Standard

€ 1,499/month
€ 14,990/year

✓  1 task

✓  Up to 10 Deployments

 Automatic monitoring

 Active Learning

 Continual Learning

 Software updates

  Setup Fee not included*

ENAIA

Plus

€ 3,599/month
€ 35,990/year

✓  Up to 3 tasks

 Up to 50 Deployments

 Automatic monitoring

 Active Learning

 Continual Learning

 Software updates

  Setup Fee not included*

ENAIA

Enterprise

Contact our sales department.

✓  3+ tasks

 50+ Deployments

 Automatic monitoring

 Active Learning

 Continual Learning

 Software updates

✓  Setup Fee included*

Prices before VAT

PICK THE LICENCE THAT ADAPTS BEST TO YOUR NEEDS

Payment for the ENAIA use licence per task.
(Prices vary according to the number of tasks required).

 

What is a task? A task is the prediction of a value by one or several output variables depending on a series of input variables.

Input/output variables: When you buy a licence for a specific task, this is defined in the licence contract where the input and output variables are specified. If they change, the customer will have to cancel the subscription to this task and buy a new licence.

*Setup Fee

 

This is a single payment at the start, to install and start up the AI.

The price is set according to the duration of the setup (this also includes periods when the customer captures and labels data).

€2,000 – 4,000
(price before VAT)

PREPARING THE ENVIRONMENT

We help to prepare the production environment to achieve the best data capture.

 

DATA DELIVERY

We provide tools for data management, labelling and delivery.

DATA EXPLORATION

We study the delivered data, and we identify anomalies that might negatively affect AI training.

AI TRAINING

We continuously improve the AI as the customer provides us with more data. The actual AI can help the customer to detect anomalies when capturing and labelling the data.

COMMISSIONING

We connect ENAIA to the final system.

MAINTENANCE

We correct any errors that might emerge in our software.