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Companies Partner to add AI to Drones

PRWeb has recently written of Percepto’s and Orange Silicon Valley’s announcement they will demonstrate the advanced computer vision capabilities of their autonomous drones. Using the NVIDIA® Jetson™ TK1 embedded supercomputer, these drones can perform autonomous functions beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS), including real-time object identification, target tracking and structural inspections.
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