Computer Vision

How to run YOLO on a CCTV live feed

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In this blog we explore how to run a very popular computer vision algorithm YOLO on a CCTV live feed. YOLO (You Only Look Once) is a very popular object detection, remarkably fast and efficient. There is a lot of documentation on running YOLO on video from files, USB or raspberry pi cameras. This series […]

Computer Vision

AI with a Generic CCTV Camera

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CCTV cameras are ubiquitous. You can find one everywhere. On the roads, at traffic junctions, in schools, malls, common residential areas, offices etc. Most of the CCTV cameras are dumb. They record what they see. Some of them save data or stream to a remote location. In this series of blogs I will show how […]

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What is Edge AI and how is it done?

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As explained in earlier blog edge AI is running your AI inference as close to sensor detecting the data. Conventional AI would require you to first transmit the data to a server where a GPU farm would process the information, run the your trained models, and extract the inference. The edge AI is a paradigm […]

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Aloha from Aloka

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aloka [aa-loh-kaa] Noun Origin: Sanskrit, Pali Meaning: Light, Vision, View Aloka means light in Sanskrit and Pali. It also means vision, view or a look. At AlokA.ai we build technologies that enable you to look at problems in a new light and leverage edge AI to derive insights. What is Edge AI In a typical […]