DRONE VOLT releases the new version of its intelligent camera AERIALTRONICS PENSAR


AERIALTRONICS, a brand from DRONE VOLT Group, has launched a new version of its PENSAR camera-computer driven by artificial intelligence.

PENSAR claims to be one of the world’s first platforms with dual spectrum digital vision that allows real-time analysis of images or data and able to be mounted on professional drone, mobile robot or used as an independent camera.

Company’s release reads: PENSAR, developed in AERIALTRONICS’ artificial intelligence laboratory, is one of the world’s first dual spectrum digital vision platforms dedicated to real-time data analysis using a miniaturized NVIDIA® embedded processor with 1.5 teraflops of power. Its computing power, accelerated by the NVIDIA® Jetson™ GPU processor in the NVIDIA® Jetson™ module, enables it to detect, recognize, analyze and classify objects or people in real time. Simultaneous data acquisition and processing allows for immediate decision making.

Its integrated camera with a 30x optical zoom makes it possible to spot very small details. Another FLIR thermal camera is used to identify heat sources and determine their temperature. The streams from these two cameras, recorded simultaneously, help optimize image analysis in day and night time and bad weather conditions.

Unlimited potential for infinite applications 

Infinitely customizable, this camera-computer offers unlimited potential and can be designed and adapted for multiple applications: surveillance, inspection, public security and anti-terrorist operations, search and rescue, etc. It can be used in a wide range of applications.

It’s equipped with a system for facial recognition, object recognition such as license plates, animal recognition animals and similar tasks. A digital “privacy mask” can be integrated into the images to guarantee confidentiality and anonymity.

The intelligent platform comes with an Ubuntu Linux Open Source operating system that allows you to customize it to suit your needs. PENSAR is compatible with open source libraries such as Google’s Tensor Flow.

Example of a possible application:

Police must urgently locate a stolen car in a parking lot where thousands of cars are parked. Mounted on a drone the PENSAR camera locates the license plate of the stolen car. The camera sends the order to the drone to fly over the car in question. All that remains is for the police to intervene immediately.

Olivier Gualdoni, CEO of DRONE VOLT, said: ” Today, we are proud to present the brand-new PENSAR. This smart camera is the culmination of several months of research and development from the engineers at AERIALTRONICS’ artificial intelligence laboratory; they pioneered the development of the first PENSAR and we decided to give this brilliant team the means to continue their work “.

For more information: www.aerialtronics.com


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