Plans that fit your needs

We offer transparent pricing with flexible plans that can be scaled up and down month-by-month.

No lock-in periods, no user or annotation limits, no hassle.

Base

Pro - Small

Pro - Medium

Pro - Large

Enterprise

Users:
Unlimited
Annotations:
Unlimited
Monthly cost:

Free

€297

€880

€3850

3.000
30.000
100.000
500.000
Unlimited
Cost per credit:
€0.009
€0.008
€0.007
1
1
1
Unlimited
3rd party storage integration:
Own Slack support channel:
On-premise:

FAQ

What is a credit?

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Credits are our own in-tool currency. You use it to do certain actions in the tool. We use credits to keep prices fair. In Hasty, you only have to pay for what you use. Except for image hosting, and API queries, credits are only spent when you use one of our AI tools. Our hope is that the automation and efficiency gains they bring you will be worth the €0.01 or €0.02 cost per annotation that we charge.

We also give everyone that signs up 3000 free credits every month. Those can be used to experiment and test our AI tooling, and allow you to try before you buy anything in the tool.

Credits cost chart

Item name
Unit
Credit / Unit
Image hosting
GB/month
80
DEXTR
Annotation
0.5
Classification assistant
Annotation
1
Object detection assistant
Annotation
1
Box to instance
Annotation
1.5
Instance segmentation assistant
Annotation
2
Semantic segmentation assistant
Annotation
2

Manual tools

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With manual tools we mean all annotation tools that don't make use of AI. Those tools include: Bounding box, Polygon, Contour, Magic Wand, Brush, and GrabCut. With those tools you can get started creating all types of annotations by hand. All our manual tools are free to use and are included in the "Free" plan.

You can see videos of all tools in use here.

AI-powered tools

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With AI-powered tools we mean all annotation tools that use AI to make you more efficient. The tools that are included here are: DEXTR, Classification assistant, Box to instance, Object detection assistant, Instance segmentation assistant, and Semantic segmentation assistant. These tools allow you to create complex annotations in record time and automate a large part of the annotation process. In fact, many users have reported that they are 10-20x more efficient using these tools.

To see videos of the tools, you can go here.

Automated labelling

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Automated labelling is a feature that allows you to batch-annotate the remaining images in a project or a specific part of your project. By using our AI assistants and applying them to a specified set of not yet annotated images, you can create annotations for thousands or tens of thousands of images with the click of a button.

The feature costs credits to use. The cost is estimated depending on which assistants you use to do the annotations.

Important to know is that this feature is only enabled when we are sure that the accuracy of annotations generated by the feature will be acceptable. We enable auto-labelling when both user behavior and machine learning metrics indicate that a high level of automated accuracy has been reached. To get to this point, you may to annotate anywhere from 500 to 5000 images. For some very large projects with very diverse data, that number might be even larger.

Role-based access control

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Control access to your projects and workspaces by assigning users roles. By default, you have five roles to choose from. Owner, Administrator, Supervisor, Annotator, and View only. All of those roles have specific permissions that fit the role. The owner and administrator can edit the project, the supervisor can annotate and supervise a project, the annotator can label, and users with "View Only" can only view a project.

Granular role permissions

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If you need more control over what different users can do, our Pro-plans come with granular role permissions which allows you to edit, create, and remove roles aswell as give them permissions as you see fit.

Workspaces

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Although you collaborate using Hasty for free by inviting unlimited amounts of users to your projects, at some point you may need a better overview and more control over your projects. For that, we have workspaces. These spaces allow you to collect all projects in one place, control access to them on a higher level, and slim down the work needed to keep track of and maintain your projects.

Every Pro plan is tied to a workspace, so if you decide to upgrade from a free plan you will get your own workspace automatically.

Project management features (to be released Early June)

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As a project scales from hundreds to thousands of images, better project management and collaboration tools are needed. For that, we are creating new functionality for all Pro plans.

The first feature we call "Image comments". With this, you will be able to add, and reply to, comments on any image. You can also tag other users who will receive a notification that they have been mentioned. Being able to leave comments directly in the tool will help with reducing misunderstandings, ensuring quality control, and making sure that everyone is on the same page.

The second feature we call "Automatic image assignment". This feature will allow you to set up assignment rules for your projects. By setting up these rules, you can automate the process of assigning work manually. You can specify that all users with a certain role should always have a certain amount of images with a specific status assigned to them. As an example, you can set up rules so that all annotators automatically are assigned 10 images with the image status "New". As soon as one is finished, another one will be assigned automatically and added to their queue.

The third feature is user-specific reports, which you can use to see how individual users are using the tool. Especially important for larger annotation teams, this can be used to see everything from annotations made to which tools where used in a specified time-frame.

API access (to be released early June)

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The Hasty API is organized around REST. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts form-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes.

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