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Activity based intelligence powered by artificial intelligence capabilities is a strategic component of modern intelligence. But sometimes the images to be analysed are not optimal, and analyzing them become a real challenge. Let's look at 5 complex situations in which the AI detectors developed by Preligens achieved outstanding performance.
In this video, discover how IMINT AI detectors by Preligens reveal military defensive positions around the city of Tessit.
This Tip&Cue video gathers some key detections made by our AI detectors over the months of conflict between Russia and Ukraine. From an initial and critical stand-off at Hostomel airport at the very beginning of the conflict to changes in Taganrog, Engels and Belaya airbases’ orders of battle, going through the study of the helicopter combat temporary base located in Mazyr, Belarus.
ROBIN, the AI solution for strategic areas monitoring, has detected the 3 carriers in China: CV-16, Liaoning. Based in Yuchi and operating for the North Fleet. CV-17, Shandong. Based in Yulin-Sanya and operating for the South Fleet. CV-18, Fujian. In the final stages of completion at Jiangnan Shipyards, near Shanghai.
In this new episode of our Tip&Cue series, we introduce our product Xerus: the combination of two powerful road and building AI detectors to map an area from its VHR optical satellite image. Let's take a look at how artificial intelligence can support operational forces and mapping experts in the preparation of a mission.
Would Libya still own a submarine? A Soviet-built submarine lies in the port of Benghazi, Libya. That's what ROBIN, our AI software for monitoring strategic sites, has detected. What is the story behind this detection and this asset?
In this episode #9, we focus on sites of particular strategic interest: refugee camps. By monitoring their activity, intelligence experts gather valuable information on the evolution of the geopolitical situation in an area. Thanks to the AI tent detector, Preligens automates this time-consuming task and allows photographic interpreters to monitor the evolution of camps in detail.