Thanks to newest machine learning technology, software can now recognize and thus count objects in images.
It is the same technology used to recognize whether you are smiling into your camera. That technology that makes cars drive autonomously.
It has now become quite easy to use and the needed computing power is affordable to everyone. So why should we not use it for the cumbersome task of counting?
To do this we start with a digital image. Using a camera installed in a fixed location taking images automatically is the easier way. The images we get are very similar and you don’t even need to do something to get them.
The images are then automatically uploaded to our servers and processed to extract the needed information....
Thanks to newest machine learning technology, software can now recognize and thus count objects in images.
It is the same technology used to recognize whether you are smiling into your camera. That technology that makes cars drive autonomously.
It has now become quite easy to use and the needed computing power is affordable to everyone. So why should we not use it for the cumbersome task of counting?
To do this we start with a digital image. Using a camera installed in a fixed location taking images automatically is the easier way. The images we get are very similar and you don’t even need to do something to get them.
The images are then automatically uploaded to our servers and processed to extract the needed information.
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