Through constant research and development, AVUTEC evolved from exclusively recognizing number plates to recognizing all kinds of objects. With our knowledge and tools in video content analysis and image classification or detection, AVUTEC now offers deep learning consultancy to develop any intelligent solution.
Video content analysis and data mining

Deep learning, machine learning and computer vision technologies are conquering the world by storm. We can now heat up our house from a distance, are introduced to new movies or music based on our previous choices and soon autonomous driving cars might be ordinary.

Since smart technologies are essential for companies to keep up in a world of constant progress,  AVUTEC developed ready-made recognition modules and offers deep learning consultancy to develop custom video analysis routines, that understand and predict visual input. Besides video analysis we offer data mining routines, that structure and sort out recognition data to trace insightfull patterns. Insights that can be used in data-driven business strategies, forecasting and decision making. These services fit any organization, that has innovative ideas and wants to use the skills of a dedicated company.

The Gatekeeper as an AI device

Deep learning models require a vast amount of processing power. AVUTEC rounds the circle to a final and successful deployment. We optimize networks and algorithms to work with embedded hardware and have developed an deep learning camera system, stacked with processing power to achieve the best performance.
AVUTEC delivers not only a full-grown Computer Vision platform, our embedded AI camera system completes our portfolio with a highly integrated, edge computing IoT computer vision sensor, the Gatekeeper.

AVUTEC Services USE OUR READY-MADE AND CUSTOM TRAINED RECOGNITION MODELS TO UNLOCK INTELLIGENCE

THE DEEP LEARNING PROCEDURE

AVUTEC’s deep learning service starts by defining the exact goals for the model. After targets are set the process consists of four consecutive steps: Data collection, data preparation, training and testing.

1. Data collection

The deep learning consultancy for video analysis always starts by defining clear goals. These goals are a starting point for collecting data and measuring the performance of the final model. Once the targets are set, the data collection can start. When data is collected, the quality of the data is a prediction for the quality of the results. The data needs to be representative of the actual circumstances the application will be used in. Poor data is equal to poor performance.

3. Training

During the collecting and preparing of data, a strategy for the use of technology is made. This strategy defines the deep learning models and techniques that will be used, depending on the processing powers of the IoT device. Once the strategy is established, the actual training of a model can begin.

2. Data preparation

The next phase in the deep learning process is the preparation of the data. All visual material needs to have a predefined format with the same size and the same aspect ratio. Next to that, every image must be labelled, clean, consistent and accurate. Achieving this is a labor-intensive task, since it needs to be done with great precision.

4. Testing

Testing the trained model in the field is the final phase of the deep learning consultancy. The application is released in beta version and a test protocol is applied, which results in generated reports that display the performance of the trained model. As soon as targets are met, it is time to release the final version.

Read our deep learning articles
  • Computer vision techniques explained. Read the article
  • Contextual enrichment of ANPR data. Read the article
  • ANPR-X: extended License Plate Recogition. Read the article
  • Edge based visual intelligence. Read the article

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Watch our live detection demo

As an illustration of one of the base models, this live feed shows a real-time street viewing scene. The network is set to detect people, bicycles, cars, trucks, busses and more. The faces of detected people are blurred according to General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). It serves as a sneak preview of all possibilities AI video processing has to offer.

See the live detection of CortexDetect.