Jul 27

Vortex beam as a positioning tool

Many issues must be solved when you need a stable camera position (especially for AI). It is essential for real-time telemetry tracking. The bigger the area, the more demanding it is to get regular information about what the camera is observing (at certain distances on a football pitch, one pixel can represent a couple of centimetres if you are not using 8k cameras). This is why we provide a unique way to pinpoint exact locations for the cameras to know what direction they are looking.
Together with the Politechnika Warszawska Wydział Fizyki Politechniki Warszawskiej Team, we prepared a white paper on how to solve this issue and how to correctly minimise errors from unsuspected camera movement in a way that will not be problematic for any other equipment located in the stadium. Big kudos to Agnieszka Popiołek-Masajada, Ewa Frączek, Wojciech Frączek, Jan Masajada, Michał Makowski, Jarosław Suszek, Filip Włodarczyk, and Maciej Sypek for doing excellent job on solving big issues with cameras accuracy.

More news

May 31

Qatar-Poland New Tech Forum

We are pleased to inform you that yesterday we took part in New Tech Forum organised by Qatar-Poland Business Council. We had a chance to present our SVT system to Qatari investors and partners. We took this time to showcase our first tech demo of the system to the interested parties, and we must admit Qatar-Poland New Tech Forum

Read more
Apr 18

Football player telemetry

The fun part about working with Computer Vision algorithms is the possibility to see them. We would like to present you newest sample of our work. Soon we will show you real footage we will gather from a real stadium, for now, digital twin allows us to work with unparallel efficiency.

Read more