Onboard Video Processing Software and Hardware for Unmanned Systems
Video Processing Software Comprehensive software suite for real-time video processing
Video Processing Software

Comprehensive software suite for real-time video processing

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Video Processing Software

SightLine’s Video Processing Software provides a powerful and constantly growing suite of capabilities for the company’s video processing hardware systems, including a wide range of performance-enhancing functionality for drones, unmanned systems, and counter-UAS.

Processing & Encoding: HD video capabilities include 1080p/30 and 720p/30 processing and encoding. Ethernet video encoding outputs for reducing system bandwidth include MPEG2 TS, MPEG4 and RTP M-JPEG. KLV metadata is generated in accordance with MISB standards 0102.10, 0601.7, 0603.2, 0604.3, and 0903.3.

Video Stabilization: dramatically improves video by removing high-frequency noise and frame-to-frame jitter, and corrects camera frame-to-frame rotation during UAV roll motion.

Scene and Object Tracking: powerful gimbal feedback is delivered based on the entire scene. Tracked objects can be isolated from background using advanced image analysis and motion estimation, and persistent tracking is possible even when view of the object of interest is temporarily blocked.

Telemetry Data: provides low latency location data from object tracking, scene steering, and MTI objects, as well as temperature data from radiometric cameras and focus telemetry for autofocus implementations.

Assisted Precision Landing: provides position, range, and angle data to UAV and drone landing systems, and automatically finds and tracks a landing pattern. Works independently of GPS, enabling accurate landing in GPS-denied environments.

Detection Algorithms: multiple detection modes, including the ability to detect up to 100 very small moving objects, and specific abilities for finding small, dynamically maneuvering multirotor UAVs

Video Enhancement and Overlays: capabilities include Digital Zoom, Contrast Limited Adaptive Histogram Equalization (CLAHE), Local Area Processing (LAP), de-noising and edge sharpening, false colour schemes, and extended 14 bit-depth processing.