Have you heard about Omniverse? Probably yes since there are a lot of rumours lately regarding NVidia’s newest system, let us explain a bit what are we using it for in SVT. As you already know, we are building a system for football players’ visual tracking. Our goal is to track not only people but joints or even surfaces of the given football player. That is very tough to achieve. One of the biggest problems you might have is getting useful datasets for testing and enhancing your model is the fitting dataset. Imagine how problematic it would be to get proper visual information from the football pitch. Basically, we would need to rely only on TV transmission or we would need to lease a stadium and organize our matches. So how do we manage that? Naturally with the help of NVidia’s Omniverse. We created a digital twin of a person and our algorithm analyses movement. Using Omniverse we are capable of preparing a lot of virtual datasets to teach our model better.
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 … Vortex beam as a positioning tool
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