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Dual Spectrum Computer Vision Platform Revealed by Aerialtronics

This Monday Aerialtronics released Pensar, a twin-sensor computer vision platform for drones. Pensar combines a 30x zoom Sony daylight camera and a FLIR Boson thermal IR camera sensor data and parses it via a deep learning algorithm. The platform rests on the NVIDIA Jetson module for real-time processing and feedback.

With its real-time video processing, it can track objects for annotation, such as deviations in points of interest or blurring out people or signage for privacy reasons. Its computer vision algorithms are robust enough to read the characters on a license plate and virtually any other alphanumeric signage at a distance while in flight. Overall, the system decreases the time needed for post-processing and allows for in the moment emergency detection like gas leaks, or perimeter breeches when used for security surveillance.

Jun 21, 2017 12:23:00 PM

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Releases, Control Systems

New deep learning AI for drones

Deep learning neural network software provider Neurala announced a new deep learning solution for autonomous systems. The new artificial intelligence software allows machines such as drones and self-driving cars to learn with or without the cloud.

May 8, 2017 3:07:12 PM

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Software

NVIDIA brings AI to commercial drones

NVIDIA wants to bring artificial intelligence to the sky. The company has announced the new NVIDIA Jetson TX2, a credit card-sized platform to deliver AI to edge computing.

Mar 8, 2017 2:49:47 PM

Topics: Artificial Intelligence

Neurala releases deep learning software for drones at InterDrone

Neurala wants to give drones the power of autonomy, the capability of artificial intelligence, and the ability to see. The company announced the Neurala Brains for Bots SDK at the second annual InterDrone conference this week.

Sep 9, 2016 5:58:36 PM

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Software

InterDrone: Tackling sense-and-avoid technology in drones

Some day, businesses and operators hope that drones will be able to become fully autonomous and fly beyond line of sight. But in order for the FAA to feel safe, there needs to be a system in place that allows them to operate safely and efficiently without hitting anything.

Sep 9, 2016 12:29:07 PM

Topics: InterDrone, Artificial Intelligence