The ability to see through visual barriers is critical and therefore in high demand for humans as well as our automated machines. Visual barriers include haze, smoke, cloudy water, rain, dust, fog, snow, light cloud cover and even the surface of almost any object such as concrete and rock.
Images captured by cameras in satellites, UAVs, drones, pipes, airplanes, underwater ROVs, autonomous robots and automobiles, mobile phones, tablets, planet and asteroid exploration robots and more, can be used. So, real-time imagery and historical images decades old can also be used to see through visual barriers in the images.
Photos and videos can be processed.
Applications include drone/UAV surveys and exploration from real-estate, crop management, search & rescue, Oil & Gas (O&G) exploration, delivery services, surveillance, defense and security to space exploration. Additionally, in the Outer Space industry such as planetary and cosmic exploration and asteroid mining.
Potential users include UAV/drone operators, satellite imaging operators, government defence/security/surveillance/policing agencies, underwater operations companies, O&G operations companies, construction quality assurance companies, space exploration agencies and other space-related companies.
Millions of images have already been captured and millions more will be captured in the future. We see a strong and sustainable demand for this technology.
The innovation can be embedded in our partner’s devices and equipment such as consumer or professional digital cameras as well as head and body cameras. Additionally, it can be embedded in cameras installed in drones/UAVs, airplanes, satellites, head or body cameras, underwater ROVs, autonomous robots and other machines such as autonomous vehicles, submarines and planetary rovers.
As a cloud-based server, it can be offered for online access by a wide audience including government agencies, general public, drone/UAV operators, Earth Observation organizations such as for agriculture and weather monitoring and more.