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01 Jan 1970

Artificial intelligence and predictive collision warnings are the themes of Brigade’s stand at Plantworx

Brigade Electronics will be attending Plantworx 2023 at East of England Showground, Peterborough, from 13th to 15th June and exhibiting its range of plant and machinery safety systems. Brigade will be showcasing its new Artificial Intelligence (AI) camera range. Using AI and machine learning, the cameras detect and recognise people within the pre-defined detection zone and reliably warn the driver visually and/or audibly before a possible collision occurs. Image processing is built-in to the camera, meaning no other hardware is required. CAREYE® is a premium AI camera that is also predictive. It will accurately evaluate images from cameras fitted to the vehicle and is able to calculate the future course of motion of nearby people or objects on the nearside of a vehicle. Based on this data, the system reliably and accurately warns the driver in real-time of a possible collision before it occurs. Brigade will also be showcasing its latest concept system, Brigade Fusion, which uses sensor fusion technology to combine Brigade’s range of safety devices, including its 360-degree camera and radar obstacle detection, with M2M RTLS (Real Time Location System) technology. This allows the system to predict high-risk events; providing the operator with appropriate and prompt alerts, and, if required, signals the machine to prevent movement, slow down or stop entirely if its operator is unable to react in time. Find Brigade Electronics on stand A-A11 to find out more.
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