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Innocon selects Imint's Vidhance video enhancement engine and video tracker for its small unmanned aerial vehicles
by Staff Writers
Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Oct 17, 2012

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Innocon integrates Imint's unique low latency Vidhance video processing engine into its ground control station software. Vidhance gives access to very efficient real-time video processing allowing for automatic local contrast optimization, pan, zoom, rotation, mosaicing, stabilization increasing the likelihood of detecting time critical events.

A built-in software tracker of loads the UAV operator of the task of keeping the detect target in sight freeing him or her to focus on converting video to actionable intelligence.

By selecting a software solution over a hardware ditto we gain a lot of benefits say's Innocon vice president business development Zvika Nave. Additional features can be added through a simple software upgrade.

Innocon joins a growing list of companies that have integrated Imint's Vidhance technology by using its flexible software development kit, SDK.

Imint is extremely proud to welcome Innocon as its partner says Imint managing director Harald Klomp. Innocon is a global leader in unmanned systems and its selection of Imint again confirms the growing appreciation of the unique and flexible capabilities we provide.

Imint has from its first market introduction been designed it's products for efficiency; the Vidhance live video enhancement algorithms are optimized to enable them to run on resource constrained systems, such as ruggedized laptops.

Ihvert is designed to support the rapid analysis and intelligence gathering in the near real time domain. The full feature list of Ihvert can be found on the Imint webpage,


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