Britain’s 20,000-mile rail network requires reliable monitoring of lineside vegetation. Together with the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH), Keen AI has developed an
Invasive Species Detection
At the start of 2020 we didn’t know if it would be possible to collect images of the required quality for an AI based approach
First run of vehicle and camera system for collecting footage and generating training data.
A trial to see whether or not AI can be used to detect the presence of invasive non-native species has started. Dr Tom August from UKCEH and Amjad Karim from Keen AI discuss how it will work and its benefits.
Keen AI, the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) and Time-Lapse Systems are using their expertise in machine vision, environmental research and image capture to help identify invasive plant species in the UK.
Keen AI, specialists in Machine Learning and Computer Vision, have partnered with leading environmental research organisation…