DroneShield has launched a new software product designed to support camera-based drone detection, identification and tracking. The DroneOptID software has an Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) engine and uses computer vision technology to detect, verify and track drones in real time. It works seamlessly with DroneShield’s range drone detection and countermeasure devices.
According to a DroneShield press release, the software is camera-agnostic and can work with a wide range of cameras. The initial integration includes Bosch MIC 7000 and 9000 cameras, with all current customers of those cameras globally now able to utilise this software.
In addition to compatibility with DroneShield’s DroneShieldComplete native GUI, DroneOptID can be used in third party Command and Control (C2) systems.
DroneShield’s CEO Oleg Vornik commented, “Multi-layered systems are at the core of DroneShield’s approach to effective detection and mitigation of drones. DroneOptID enables the next step in this equation, with a sophisticated way to obtain visual data on the drone that can be used for a range of purposes, from court evidence to directing a kinetic weapon at the drone, and enables additional information to the system user, such as reviewing payload of the drone, which isn’t available through other sensors”.
The product summary is available here: www.droneshield.com/droneoptID
(Image: DroneOptID software running through DroneShieldComplete GUI)
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