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WHY WORK WITH US?

We're looking for the best of the best, building a team for the future. Are you driven, dynamic, focussed and enthusiastic? If you think this sounds like you then we want to hear from you!

We offer a friendly and supportive work environment, our team have been remotely working through the pandemic; we are continuing to support this as we look to the future. We fully support flexible working enabling you to find the your best work-life balance. 

Our team is passionate and tech-focussed with a desire to make a difference...our goals are their goals. We have technical roots forged from academia, complemented by the entrepreneurial mindset lead in the development of automated pointcloud processing. 

CURRENT VACANCIES

We are looking for a dynamic new team members to join us here at Vercator!

If you want a fast-paced and diverse role and are truly passionate about technology, this role is perfect for you!

We're always on the lookout for talented individuals, even if there isn't a specific job listed please do send over your CV and cover letter to careers@correvate.co.uk

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LEAD DEVELOPER

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SENIOR DEVELOPER

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FRONTEND DEVELOPER

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ABOUT US

Correvate’s Vercator® technology was initially created in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London, UCL, and then, on 1st January 2018, exclusively licensed to Correvate. Since then the IP portfolio has been acquired outright by Correvate, substantially enhanced and taken into the cloud.

Our patented technology enables the automatic alignment and subsequent analysis of 3D point cloud datasets created using any scanning technology of any wavelength.  A short paper describing its operating principals and benefits of deployment can be found here.

The technology’s first market was the AEC sector (grouping Architecture, Engineering and Construction) where professionals typically create a ‘digital twin’ of targets of interest, yielding improvements in their productivity. Vercator is now also commonly utilised in many market areas in addition to the AEC, including mining, infrastructure, real estate, film & TV, manufacturing and sports.