02 April 2020
Deep Vision has been selected to participate in Phase 1 of the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA)'s "Autonomy In a Challenging Environment" project. The total value of Phase 1 is approx. $3.7 million. DASA is part of the UK Ministry of Defence.
Project manager Helen Mullender said:
"The work being funded is to mature autonomous systems with the capability to operate on demand, under all conditions that may be encountered. Military operations are undertaken in all kinds of challenging environment. The inclusion of autonomous systems in these operations will demand their ability to operate effectively and efficiently regardless of the environment."
DASA delivery manager Laurence Bickerton said:
"DASA is pleased to be working with DSTL and some of the best and brightest minds in industry to provide a step change in the capability of unmanned autonomous military systems."
31 October 2019
Deep Vision's CEO presented "Automated Spotting And Monitoring Of Right Whales Using Real-Time Unsupervised Learning" at the Unmanned Systems Canada Conference in Ottawa. The presentation was once again well attended and well received..
6 September 2019
Deep Vision's CEO presented "Automatic Spotting and Monitoring of North Atlantic Right Whales From an Unmanned Aerial Platform: Using Real-Time Unsupervised Learning In-Flight." at the MAST Northern Coasts Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. The presentation was well attended and well received. Its relation to the detection of diesel submarine snorkels and the nature of their wakes was discussed.
2 April 2019
Deep Vision receives recognition for their work on the automatic detection of North Atlantic Right Whales (NARW). At a formal announcement, held at COVE in Dartmouth, the Honourable Keith Colwell, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Province of Nova Scotia and the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, praised Deep Vision for work performed within the Atlantic Fisheries Fund framework
Others recognised included Premium Seafoods, We’koqma’q First Nation, Ceilidh Fishermen’s Co-op, Bill & Stanley Oyster Company, Nova Scotia Fisheries Sector Council and the Guysborough County Inshore Fishermen's Association.
More details can be found in the Official News Release.