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Vision processing promises to squeeze more intel from imagery and save bandwidth

15th April 2009 - 15:48 GMT | by Peter Donaldson in Orlando


As more customers demand very high resolution imagery, including HD, from a rapidly expanding number and variety of imaging sensors, ever smarter image processing will be essential if analysts and warfighters are to make sense of it all in time to act on the intelligence it yields. Just as critically, more of that processing capability will have to reside in the sensors themselves to avoid overwhelming bandwidth-limited communications networks with a deluge of raw imagery.

It is against this background that video processing house Sarnoff Corporation is demonstrating its Acadia II vision processor here at the SPIE Defense, Security and

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Peter Donaldson


Peter Donaldson

Peter Donaldson is a contributor for Shephard Media and is based in the UK.

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