URBIS Smart City Fair 2019 is just around the corner and, of course, DataFromSky and ParkingDetection are taking part as well! Mark the dates 5th and 6th of June into your diary, as we are looking forward to seeing you at the stand no. 20 in Brno Trade Fair! Do not miss also our public presentation about drones, AI and traffic monitoring on Digital stage, on Wednesday 5.6.2019 at 1:15 pm!
You will have a chance to see and test the DataFromSky Light analysis – we will show you real examples and use cases. Moreover, we will have our drone and DataFromSky traffic balloon on the stand!
The URBIS Smart City Fair is a culmination of the exceptional innovative potential that exists in Brno and a place where leaders in Innovation, suppliers of smart solutions for Municipal Authorities, start-ups, towns and municipalities and citizens meet under one roof. Don’t miss this event!
We are happy to share the excitement from the article which NVIDIA, well-known GPU’s provider and AI focused tech company, published about DataFromSky – our AI in the Sky!
As the article further explains, we train our deep neural networks using thousands of hours of video footage from around the globe, shot in various weather conditions. The training takes place on NVIDIA GPUs using Caffe and TensorFlow. These specialized neural networks can then recognize objects of interest and continually track them in video footage. The data captured via this AI process is used in numerous research projects, enabling deeper analysis of object interaction and new behavioral models of drivers in specific traffic situations. Ultimately, this kind of data will also be crucial for the development of autonomous vehicles!
We are also carrying out extensive optimizations of the whole architecture, moving to NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier, in order to be able to analyze data in real time. Our current work focus is also on the development of an online monitoring drone, which will be able to evaluate image data in real-time, directly during its flight. This type of drone can be used, for example, as a substitute for a police helicopter, or can operate as a mobile surveillance system for personal and property protection.
Read the full article on NVIDIA blog at this link.
We are also a member of the NVIDIA Inception program – virtual accelerator program led by NVIDIA nurtures dedicated and exceptional technological companies, who are revolutionizing industries with advances in AI and data science and help them in all stages of product development, prototyping, and deployment.
Our partner Roelofs has made an analysis with DataFromSky for a big junction in the city center of Brussel, Belgium. The analysis covers the junction between the Leopold II Lane and Sainctelette – one of the biggest and most complex junctions in Brussel. In this case, the video is made by a tethered drone to get a longer survey. Thanks to DataFromSky, it is possible to create a detailed traffic study which was handled to the government of Brussel and its Mobility department, providing the correct data for creating solutions that can improve the traffic flow and safety of this junction.
DataFromSky Aerial analysis is providing complete and detailed telemetry data about each traffic participant:
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ROELOFS, an exclusive partner of DataFromSky in the Netherlands, carried out comprehensive traffic research of a traffic node in the province of Gelderland. The data collected with a drone and analyzed by DataFromSky Aerial platform will be used as the main source for a study for planned major maintenance in 2021.
The drone was deployed at the roundabout of the N318 Misterweg in Winterswijk. When preparing for the major maintenance of this road, it is also being examined whether road safety can be improved. Besides other things, DataFromSky offers many great features for analysis of traffic behavior and road safety, including analysis of risky situations or near collisions, calculation of Time to Collision, Heavy Breaking and analysis of many other factors.
For many years, the data were collected by people standing on the side and observing the traffic, then the data were evaluated manually. This process was lengthy, inefficient, and had low-precision data output. All of these shortcomings are overtaken with a new modern approach combining 2 great technologies of today world: drones and AI.
Traffic flow – trajectories: green – cars, yellow – heavy vehicles, red – bicycles, blue – pedestrians
Read a post in “de Gerlander” online magazine.Read more
The whole team of DataFromsky is happy to announce that the Technological Agency of Czech Republic has supported our project in the international programme “Delta”. We have succeeded with a project called “Traffic management platform development for big social events using a drone based on visual sensing techniques”.
The aim of the project is to develop an aerial artificial intelligence – a comprehensive mobile platform for real-time monitoring of traffic and big social events, using a UAV and advanced methods of computer vision based on artificial intelligence. The goal of is to develop a fast-deployable system for real-time surveillance of the defined area with automatic object recognition and classification, monitoring and automatic motion evaluation. Extracted image data will be analyzed in order to detect some nonstandard behavior, congestion, zone disturbance, and other user-defined parameters. Traffic data will be used for the immediate evaluation of traffic using simulations. The system has a high potential of being deployed in the traffic monitoring segment (police drone) or in a security field.
The novelty of the solution is in the implementation of intelligent UAV, which will provide information about moving objects during the flight operation, and interpret this data in the context of a particular application. This highly mobile platform is used wherever it is necessary to analyze the real-time situation.
The project is a multidisciplinary task that combines the latest trends in mobile robotics (UAV), computer vision, and automated telemetry analysis. The system will be integrated into a higher unit to evaluate traffic situations and traffic plans based on simulations.