supplai’s Computer vision and Machine Learning algorithms for Drones offers various benefits to practically every business sector. Our Computer vision for Drones with Machine Learning algorithms takes live video feeds from drone cameras and analyses the data. When combined with Machine Learning and Computer Vision algorithms, Drones can be used to detect objects, count livestock, detect infrastructural problems, and perform any activity that would usually require humans. Our Computer vision for Drones can view and evaluate visual data by utilizing high-quality cameras, radar, and other infrared technologies. This enables Drones to outperform humans in ways we never imagined possible.
Our Computer vision for Drones with Machine Learning algorithms can read, analyze, and predict data on their own. Unlike software that has been manually built and performs tasks with precise instructions, our algorithms enable drones to learn and improve over time when exposed to new information. Drones equipped with Computer vision and Machine Learning technology allow for the real-time capture and analysis of high-quality visual data. This real-time visual data analysis helps businesses improve their operations and reach their goals in a timely manner. Our Computer vision and Machine Learning algorithms are fully functional in remote areas, and they also do not require human interaction during operation.
Our Computer vision and Machine Learning algorithms can be adopted to enhance aerial vision in the following industries:
AI-integrated Drones can also be deployed to provide assistance during Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flights and operations. This is where a drone is operated without the need for a pilot keeping constant visual line of sight on the aircraft.
Ridderkerk, South-Holland, July 08 2022
We are proud to announce that we have been granted the MIT AI R&D subsidy for our project ‘Real-time Video Analytics on Drones’ from the Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO); [Eng]: Netherlands Enterprise Agency. Our project focuses on the development and application of edge-based Artificial Intelligence algorithms to automatically detect any temporal and spatial events in video footage by the use of drones.
This project will see us work together with Dutch Drone Company, one of the few companies situated in The Netherlands that is fully approved to operate Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).