Military targets smart image processing

The Ministry of Defence has selected advanced imaging processing software from Oxford Metrics Group to monitor video from unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Ministry of Defence has selected advanced imaging processing software from Oxford Metrics Group to monitor video from unmanned aerial vehicles.

The software will be used to recognise and locate specified targets such as military vehicles. The software can also be used to monitor buildings and issue alerts when human activity is detected.

The automatic camera-tracking software was first developed for the film-making industry and was later developed for military use.

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