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Key AI Based Drone Use Cases
The neural network in drones aids in the detection of various objects such as vehicles, foothills, buildings, trees, objects on or near the surface of the water, and diverse terrain
Fremont, CA: Autonomous flying machines, also known as drones, use computer vision technology to hover in the air while avoiding obstacles and remaining on the correct path. And now, artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in drones to make them smarter. Computer vision is important in detecting various objects while flying in midair. While flying into the air, high-performance onboard image processing and a drone neural network are used for object detection, classification, and tracking.
The neural network in drones aids in the detection of various objects such as vehicles, foothills, buildings, trees, objects on or near the surface of the water, and diverse terrain.
Computer vision can also detect living beings such as humans, whales, ground animals, and other marine mammals with high accuracy.
How Does Drone Technology Operate?
A self-flying drone is constructed with various in-built computerized programming and technology such as propulsion and navigation systems, GPS, sensors and cameras, programmable controllers, and equipment for automated flights.
Drones collect data using cameras and sensors, then analyze it to extract useful information for a specific purpose.
This is referred to as computer vision. It is concerned with the automatic extraction, analysis, and comprehension of meaningful information from one or more images processed using computer vision technology.
Deep Learning for Object Detection and Drone Navigation
Computer vision, which is now supported by machine learning and deep learning algorithms, is causing a significant shift in the drone industry. It enables algorithms to learn from captured images of various objects encountered while using drones for multiple purposes.
Smart Cities and Urban Management Using Drones
Smart cities are designed with cutting-edge features such as well-connected home and equipment systems with control in the palm of the user's hand.
Most infrastructure amenities are either fully or partially automated, with advanced security surveillance using AI-based cameras for quick facial recognition and tracing unwanted objects.