Rapid growth in the use of aerial motion imagery for military, environmental, police, and relief operations has led to the urgent need for new ways to exploit the collected imagery. Today, in most instances, aerial motion imagery is simply screened live to a ground-based operator charged with the task of spotting events and conditions of interest. Computer vision techniques are now being introduced to ease the operator’s task, and to extract information which is not directly evident in the unprocessed imagery. D-Vision’s experience of utilizing computer vision in other markets gives it a key advantage.
Examples of the classes of vision techniques which are applicable include: Camera-based tracking, Object detection, recognition and classification and 3D modeling.