Sentient to showcase automated target detection for full motion video, share deployment experiences at AUVSI 2011

Melbourne, Australia, 27 July 2011. Sentient will showcase Kestrel Land MTI and Kestrel Maritime, its automated target detection software solutions for full motion video (FMV), at AUVSI 2011 in Washington between 16 and 19 August 2011. Kestrel’s systems automate the detection of small targets in difficult environments (land and maritime), providing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) support to Australian and Coalition operations.

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

Melbourne, Australia, 27 July 2011. Sentient will showcase Kestrel Land MTI and Kestrel Maritime, its automated target detection software solutions for full motion video (FMV), at AUVSI 2011 in Washington between 16 and 19 August 2011. Kestrel’s systems automate the detection of small targets in difficult environments (land and maritime), providing intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) support to Australian and Coalition operations.

Simon Olsen, Sentient sales lead, will discuss Kestrel Land MTI’s contribution to the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) Project NANKEEN in Afghanistan, as part of the AUVSI conference on Tuesday, 16 August, at 13:30. He will present how Kestrel Land MTI has become an integral part of the advanced Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (PED) facility.

“Kestrel Land MTI’s low-risk, plug-and-play integration into the PED provided a perfect fit for the requirement. The software is a key intelligence asset,” Olsen says. Kestrel demonstrations, which are open to customers, media, and partners, will take place at the Sentient Booth 2101.

Presentation:
Program Review of Afghanistan Deployment of Processing and Exploitation Automation Technologies within the RAAF's
Project NANKEEN
Type: Technical presentation
Track: Data Processing and Exploitation
Speaker: Simon Olsen, Sentient
Date: Tuesday, 16 August, 2011 13:30 -14:00
Location: Room 145A

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