The video analysis of Sedor AI ship detection of Dallmeier, based on artificial intelligence technology, reliably detects vessels in open water areas.
This AI-based video analytics application from Dallmeier help, For example, To Port operators and refineries to protect against unauthorized access from the water zone and risks associated with it, such as hacking or terrorist attacks, as well as to comply with legal regulations such as the ISPS code.
Developed under real conditions, Dallmeier Sedor AI ship detection Reliably detects large boats and small boats on open water surfaces, even under naturally difficult environmental conditions, such as waves and water reflections.
The core of the solution is a neural network, specially trained, that allows a powerful AI object recognition of ships and vessels. The solution has been developed in collaboration with a port customer: through a multitude of images and videos of real conditions, The neural network was able to consider the specific requirements 'at sea' and study them.
In this way, The software is able to provide reliable results by analyzing the defined surveillance zone in an adjustable cycle. When a boat or boat enters this area, The software emits a message. The rate of false alarms is reduced by up to one 99%.
Real-time risk prevention
"As a refinery with a tanker port, There is a risk of small vessels entering transhipment areas without authorization. Dallmeier's solution warns us when such vessels cross our dock access. Bernd Birnbacher, Head of Refinery Security of Holborn Europe Raffinerie-. This allows us to react immediately to a potential hazard and increase the level of safety towards the water area., as well as to comply with the requirements of the ISPS code".
As he explains André Haack, managing director of Dallmeier, "We have developed a video analytics app so that companies located by the sea can further improve their safety and security on the water side.. However, Application scenarios are also possible to improve business processes".
Specifically,, Haack gives as an example that "a container terminal operator can Optimize your workflow receiving automatic notifications when vessels enter their port facilities. For commercial port operators, a variety of possible applications can also be considered.".
The Sedor AI ship detection app is designed for optimal use in combination with network cameras and systems Panomera by Dallmeier.
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