Come and visit our exhibition stand at the World of Drones Congress at the Brisbane Convention Centre and see our team.
The highlight of the World of Drones Congress will be a Westpac Little Ripper drone flying in North Queensland over the Mowbray River with live video stream running revolutionary CrocSpotter Ai Algorithm to Brisbane.
Westpac Little Ripper drones is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to produce what is hoped to be the world’s lowest latency high definition video stream running Artificial Intelligence (Ai) analytics via a drone. The companies have been working together for the last 8 months to reduce the latency of the algorithm. CrocSpotter is one of 5 ’spotter’ Ai algorithms developed by The Ripper Group and its other technology partner, University of Technology Sydney.
On Thursday, September 26 at 10.30 am, a live video stream from a Westpac Little Ripper drone flying near Cairns in Far North Queensland, will take place. This will be the first ever live video stream. The CrocSpotter Ai Algorithm function from the Westpac Little Ripper drone will go via AWS on to the big screen at the World of Drones Congress in Brisbane. This will be the first time anywhere in the world a drone running CrocSpotter Ai Algorithm will be seen positively identifying Crocodiles and streamed live.
There will be two teams at different locations operating this world breaking undertaking on Thursday. One at the Mowbray River just outside of Cairns in North Queensland from which the Westpac Little Ripper drone will fly over a lagoon in surveillance of crocodiles, and the other team 1691 kms away, will be at the World of Drones Congress in the Brisbane Convention Centre. The CrocSpotter Algorithm will be in use this summer with SLSQ in North Queensland.
For further information on the World of Drones Congress click on the line – https://www.worldofdrones.com.au