Mar 6

Trick is in the optics

Last time we told you a bit about Omniverse. We use it to prepare datasets to teach our models. Today we are going to explain a bit how our system works. We plan to use 48 cameras built on the 12 masts to cover the entire football pitch at least from three different angles. We are using state-of-the-art cameras that can provide images at 65Mpix resolution 120fps. We use these cameras to track any player on the field for exact telemetry. As you can imagine this requires us to rely on very sophisticated camera solutions provided by our partner – Emergent Vision Technologies, Inc.. As for the video you see, telemetry we acquired in a virtual digital twin environment was recorded using 4 virtual cameras. Please stay put as we will soon provide more information regarding the product we are heavily working on.

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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 Vortex beam as a positioning tool

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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

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