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Computer Vision Part 3 – Attenborough

Computer Vision Part 3 – Attenborough

Our Computer Vision software, nicknamed “Attenborough”, is designed for animal detection. The intent is deploy it from our UAV payload for real-time detection enabling classification and geotagging. But first it needed to be proved. The first step was to use imagery before video. Walk before you can run. Single image before video. Computer Vision onRead more about Computer Vision Part 3 – Attenborough[…]

Skydog

Skydog

he agricultural drone market is expected to exceed US $4 billion by 2022, with imaging sensors and software expected to capture the largest share of growth of market. Huge amounts of attention are focused on payloads for crop farms, however, nobody has entered the livestock sector, because, well, they don’t have the capacity to generateRead more about Skydog[…]

UAV Computer Vision (Part 2) – Introducing Thermal Imaging

UAV Computer Vision (Part 2) – Introducing Thermal Imaging

We’ve been busy over the last few months, and the blog posts haven’t been flowing as expected, but that’s because exciting things have been taking place in the background. Our network is growing and there’s increasing interest in our developments. We’re about to start looking for the right investor to partner with to take ourRead more about UAV Computer Vision (Part 2) – Introducing Thermal Imaging[…]

Thermal Vision, Drones and Livestock

Thermal Vision, Drones and Livestock

GreenRoom Inflight Robotics (a subsidiary of GreenRoom Robotics) are undertaking an ambitious project combining Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Computer Vision and Machine Learning. We are aiming to improve the way in which drones are applied in to a number of industries, and for varying applications. This seems to be a fairly common claim in modernRead more about Thermal Vision, Drones and Livestock[…]