THE INVISIBLE EYE THAT SEES DRONES AND CLASSIFIED SPECIES OF BIRDS
Birdstrikes happen every 15 minutes around the world. According to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), 70% of them are unreported. Thanks to our system, however, every airport can clearly assess safety condition in the air space under its responsibility. BCMSã VENTUR is a bird and drone detection system based on smart cameras with proprietary artificial intelligence algorithms. We developed a system able to monitor automatically, continuously and simultaneously the area to enhance flight safety and airports security. With its one or more strategically positioned cameras, BCMSã VENTUR guarantees the monitoring of the area of interest within 2 km. Using vision systems that do not violate or alter the natural habitat. What makes our BCMSã VENTUR system stand out for its uniqueness is its video’s analysis process. A proprietary convolutional neural network (CNN) – called BCMES net – capable to Recognizing the species of birds that frequent airports, count their number and predict their trajectories. And early see drones in case of attack.
This is an example of a working Ventur BCMS system installed on a Italian airport.
The video below explains how the system works. A unique system that can greatly increase flight safety and airport security. It is even capable of recognize small birds and drones.
able to recognize and detect species of birds
able to detect drones
green because is without emmissions
cheaper than radar
don’t need specialised personnel
can work always ( day-night ariport open or closed)
supported by environmental organizations
enhance flight safety
We know that flight safety can be ensured without sacrificing animals life: when knowledge merges with technology it becomes effective sustainability.
With this starting information the system is already able to identify and recognize with good accuracy the species that frequent the airport, but is able to do much more: it can learn from working, and by recognizing the various species every day, it learns new and more accurate information for recognition.