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Euronaval 2022: AI with Cyclope accelerates maritime target identification and tracking, says HGH

18th October 2022 - 11:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


HGH has integrated a new AI engine with its video analytics software. (Photo: HGH)

The combination of AI and video analytics should enable more rapid target detection.

HGH has added AI-powered data processing algorithms to its Cyclope video analytics software for coastal and maritime surveillance.

The new feature called Gaia, demonstrated during Euronaval 2022 in Paris on 18-21 October, ‘deeply improves the detection effectiveness (automatic classification) and streamlines surveillance operations’, HGH claimed in a statement.

The AI engine comprises three patent-pending neural networks designed for pattern recognition in maritime, land and air surveillance applications.

According to HGH, automatic classification with Gaia ‘is efficient at long-distance, on a very wide range of land and sea targets, from just a few pixels to very large objects’, aiding early detection of potential threat objects.

At Euronaval, HGH also showcased its new I²Q image processing library for ‘superior day/night image quality whatever the environmental conditions’.

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