Artificial Intelligence & Automatic Classification of Naval Threats
integrated in the CYCLOPE software consists in
identifying and classifying, thanks to a powerful algorithm, any type of detected threats in the open sea, or approaching the coast.
WHO IS CONCERNED
by A.I. for maritime surveillance?
Highly vulnerable, isolated in the middle of the ocean, an offshore platform represents a target of choice for terrorism.
Civil & Military ports:
Port security personnel need a 24/7 all-weather visual surveillance solution to detect, identify and classify ships, small crafts and intruders at a distance of several nautical miles.
From Detection to Automatic Classification
SPYNEL Thermal cameras and their integrated CYCLOPE software are used for maritime surveillance, be it embarked on ships or installed in ports and along the coasts. They ensure real-time panoramic security over several miles, against asymetric threats.
multiple threats, up to the horizon
The detected objects are
by CYCLOPE, simultaneously.
Is it safe? Is it a threat?
This is where CYCLOPE's
comes into play. You can configurate your CYCLOPE software so that
an alarm is launched if...
...A line, defined by the operator, is crossed
...The path analysis is suspicious (approaching or moving away)
is unknown, or does not exist (data fusion with other systems)
can also determine on its own when a detected object or swimmer is a threat, thanks to the
For instance, CYCLOPE can recognize a RHIB, and launch an alarm, or recognize a sailboat and ignore it. Data is fused with CYCLOPE's Artificial Intelligence.
An alarm is launched...
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Depending on your settings, a series of actions will be
when CYCLOPE launches an alarm. For example:
sent to the operator
of the event
sent to a
Central alarm station
September 28th - October 1st
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