NetworkedIO with SPOTTERai Automatic Track Classification: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the automatic classification of targets.
NetworkedIO Virtual Machine integrates multiple SpotterRF radars and PTZ cameras using a geo-referenced user interface that works right from your browser.
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NetworkedIO hardware and software work in tandem to create seamless interaction with PTZ cameras and more. Simply install the hardware, open the NetworkedIO interface in your web browser, set alert zones and alerts, then sit back and relax.
SPOTTERai is an automatic track classification included as part of the NIO software that ensures a trainable neural network that based on low-level radar data automatically assigns a classification type and confidence level for each target. The use of AI and Machine Learning in the NIO assists in reducing false alerts and allows end-users to improve the performance of the system simply by manually selecting the type of targets being tracked and retraining the AI.
All of our NetworkedIO hardware devices run the same NetworkedIO software platform but each has unique specific advantages to best fit your application.
Small enough to fit into your hand, the CC8 can integrate up to 10 SpotterRF radars and cameras. The CC8 interfaces with your existing system through 2 dry contacts and 6 digital outputs and is perfect for fixed installations because it can be mounted on a DIN rail inside of your existing enclosure.
In a MIL-SPEC rugged case, the HUB4 can be used in the roughest environments. Whether you’re protecting the North Pole or the Sahara Desert, the HUB4 delivers unmatched physical integration. It has the capability to provide power for two SpotterRF radars, one PTZ camera, and a wireless radio. Paired with a compact battery, the HUB4 is perfect for mobile applications.
Like other NetworkedIO appliance, SpotterRF’s NIO-Virtual Machine offers a fully-integrated perimeter security solution. NIO-Virtual Machine, however, combines the efforts of a much larger number of devices. With the ability to harness the capabilities of up to 75 cameras and radars, it is capable of monitoring thousands of acres from a single interface.
The combination of software and hardware that’s easy to set up, easy to use, and easy to integrate.