Another Czech news about us! Brno University of Technology published a medium-length text about DataFromSky and Adam Babinec (in Czech – Google-Translation) at their news site.
We are always happy when our hard work on DataFromSky is recognized, whether individually, collectively, officially or unofficially. We spent a lot of time working on DataFromSky in the last year, and hope to offer fruits of a lot more work this year. We’re looking forward to it!
Researchers from Technical University of Brno recently had an interesting idea: Use a number of students to simulate a convoy with human drivers and measure the dynamics of that situation. To do so, they turned to DataFromSky, their trusted research partner.
It is no coincidence that DFS turned out to be a great tool for such situation – our long-term vision is to be the tool for spatial movement analysis. The students’ positions were marked manually; the rest of needed processing was already part of our software.
Enough rambling, take a look!
A faculty-wide competition of student projects called Excel@FIT took place just last Thursday at Faculty of Informatics of Brno University of Technology. RCE Systems projects, including DataFromSky, steamrolled over all other entries, winning a total of 10 awards!
As you can guess, RCE Systems, the company behind DataFromSky, employs a number of students from this faculty. The combination of working on challenging and intellectually satisfying technological problems, being paid and having a great final project certainly attracts the best!
Adam Babinec — Automatic Vehicle Trajectory Extraction from Aerial Video Data