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Rank One Computing opens new office in West Virginia with Vantage Ventures


Rank One Computing, the most trusted provider of facial, object, and text recognition algorithms to U.S. military, law enforcement, and commercial organizations, today announced the opening of a new West Virginia office, located within the Vantage Ventures space at West Virginia University.

ROC will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 24, to formally open the West Virginia office. Speakers will include West Virginia elected officials, Vantage Ventures Executive Director Sarah Biller and Rank One CEO Scott Swann.
“As a West Virginia native, it’s been a lifelong goal of mine to grow a vibrant technology sector in the state,” said Swann.  My long-time friends at Vantage Ventures share that goal which made for an easy decision to open our newest office with them in Morgantown. We’re thrilled to be part of West Virginia’s transformation into a tech start-up state.”

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