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7TG to offer glimpse into the future at 3CDSE

Posted 2 July 2019 · Add Comment

UK defence manufacturer, Seven Technologies Group (7TG), will be providing what it is calling a 'glimpse into the future' at the forthcoming Three Counties Defence & Security Expo (3CDSE), being held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, 16th-17th July.

The company, which has more than 40 years’ experience developing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems to the law enforcement, special forces and border control sectors across the globe, is not only showcasing its latest LREOS-HD camera system but will also be offering exclusive insight into i7ense, a front-end autonomous surveillance platform that infers intelligence from front-end sensor data.
Jason Sierra (left), 7TG sales director, said: “i7ense combines existing sensors, apps and AI technology into a single forward processing box to provide an advanced surveillance and activation solution. It will absolutely change the way the military and law enforcement sectors do business.
“i7ense has been in R&D for many years and we are thrilled to be looking to roll it out by the end of 2019. AI is already changing the way in which the civil and defence sectors think about the future and at 3CDSE, where aptly this year’s theme is ‘innovation’, we will offer a glimpse into the future – it is limited only by your imagination.”
Through a suite of sensors and apps that monitor facial recognition, behaviour, temperature, audio and seismic conditions, i7ense monitors critical changes to pre-set parameters. Everything is done at source so there is no need for operator intervention or compression of data, which could potentially compromise outcomes.
Advanced tactical surveillance involves multiple teams operating a range of independent technical systems, i7ense combines those independent systems to perform these numerous tasks simultaneously and autonomously, in one single system.
Visitors to the stand will also get to see LREOS-HD in action. This long range electro optic, HD system is used in applications such as fixed and mobile border control, rural surveillance, perimeter protection, intelligence collection and delivers top-quality coverage in the harshest of environments.
Jason added: “Our electro-optic range of cameras have been successfully deployed in many environments, but it’s i7ense that we are really excited about. There is nothing like it on the market, with AI delivering intelligence not information.
“Not only will it help to free up much-needed operational resource in the control room and surveillance man hours, it’s quicker, reduces human error and is more accurate than anything we have seen before.
“And, it’s an adaptable framework, so we work with our customers to help integrate i7ense into their systems or we provide a tailor-made solution incorporating our hardware.”
Seven Technologies Group (7TG) is a UK defence manufacturer, specialising in the provision of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems.
 
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