We’ve created AI-based solutions to identify drones flying in monitored airspaces and to accurately classify drones, birds, aircraft, and also cars and motorcycles (which can also appear in-frame on some camera angles). The final system was a fusion of sensor data from both radar and a multi-camera system.
A second AI used radar time-series position data to identify drone behavioural signatures based on their movements over time.
Lemay.ai proven capabilities:
Where is the drone going?
Planning an intercept path.
We’ve had great success creating image recognition, geographic information system (GIS) mapping and similar decision support systems.
Typically, they use inputs from one or more video cameras and can include input from other types of sensors as well. The AI system recognizes object categories and then highlights the object to help human operators quickly identify them.
Our defence research projects give analysts tools to make sense of what they see in the data, so commanders have better information. Our work will help protect troops in the future through better organization, training, equipment, and even provide deterrence and risk reduction tools.
For example, one project in signals Intelligence allows us to make sense of radio traffic faster—when operators see changes in the radio spectrum they can be alerted to a potential situation before it has a chance to fully develop.
Timing your harvest well can make a big difference in product quality and prices. Assessing the readiness of green fruit can be especially challenging, especially if you need to monitor different areas of fields with different microclimates, or different fields in different locations.
By combining image recognition, historic crop information, weather information, and other data sources Lemay.ai can create systems that help even the most experienced agriculturalists determine crop readiness.
Maritime authorities face unique challenges in carrying out their duties. AI helps make protecting large areas not only possible, but more effective.
Protecting marine resources is an ongoing challenge, considering that growing demand makes illegal fishing more attractive all the time. One of our prototypes for Fisheries and Oceans Canada (intended to support the Canadian Coast Guard) enables teams to not only monitor ocean traffic, but predict where it was going. This provides the kind of advance warning that teams need to intercept illegal crews and safeguard precious resources.
Lemay.ai culture is built on creating new solutions to organizational problems. Let us help you find a new way to go beyond the possible.
Our goal is simple: to enable your team with the latest advances in technology.