Numina’s mission is to make cities more responsive, so they are safer, healthier, and more equitable for the people who live in them.
We make a hardware and software computer vision platform that senses bicycle, pedestrian, and other street traffic and delivers real-time intelligence — without surveillance — to help urban planners and municipal governments design better streets and public spaces. We are looking for passionate people who would like to join us as we pursue our shared our vision of more responsive cities.
If you are interested in our work but don't see a job listing that's directly related to your skills, please contact us anyway. Sometimes we're planning to hire for roles not yet listed, or we'll create a new role for the right person. Please email your resume, a cover letter, and any links to your personal website, projects, or GitHub account to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company is based in Brooklyn, New York. Numina is committed to seeking and sustaining diverse perspectives in its team. We encourage women, people of color, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and others from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.
Numina is backed by investors including betaworks, GGV, MINI BMW, 500 Startups, SOSV, and notable angels. Past projects have been supported by the Clinton Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. We are a small, mission-driven company that is growing quickly. If you’d like to join our laser-focused and fast-paced team, we enthusiastically invite you to apply!
Numina delivers real-time insights from streets to make cities more responsive.
Our standalone sensing and data platform uses computer vision to generate unprecedented flow data about bicyclists, pedestrians, wheelchairs, strollers, vehicles, and other objects in streets. We partner with city governments, mount our sensors to light poles, and give planners critical data for designing more walkable, bikeable, efficient, and equitable places. With the deepest well of data from the public right-of-way, Numina enables urban automation and provides this intelligence as a utility to companies in mobility, insurance, real estate, market research, and more.
Numina has been serving planners and cities since 2014, in projects supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Clinton Foundation, and Health 2.0. Numina's investors include betaworks, Shasta Ventures, MINI BMW, 500 Startups, and 37Angels.