Drone Incident - Saudia
Drones are much-sought-after by terror groups because they provide them the capability to carry out airstrikes, besides being smaller and cheaper in comparison to conventional weapons.
In the early hours of September 14, Saudi Arabia suffered the deadliest attack on its oil facilities in recent times when a small army of drones attacked two major oil plants, destroying nearly 50 percent of the country's global supply of crude. The Houthi rebel group based in neighboring Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack, but the United States, a key Saudi ally, blamed Iran for it, a charge the latter denied.
The potential of drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), is not limited to the oil-rich Gulf. With the rapid proliferation of drone technology and a bumper growth of its global market in recent years, the possibility of a drone attack cannot be ruled out even in the safest cities in the world. In other words, making drones has become child's play today.
SpotterRF Introducing AI
SpotterRF is announcing it’s forthcoming, a software release for their NetworkedIO (NIO) 4.0 software platform which adds Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the automatic classification of targets. "SPOTTERai" is automatic track-classification included as part of the NIO software that ensures a trainable neural network that, based on low-level radar data, automatically assigns a classification type and confidence level for each target.
The use of AI and Machine Learning in the NIO assists in reducing false alerts and allows end-users to improve the performance of the system simply by manually selecting the type of targets being tracked and retraining the AI.
“The AI classifier and trainer are an excellent tool to further reduce false alarms and reduce the workload on the operator. After the operator manually classifies 30 tracks or more of at least two different types the AI is able to differentiate between those types, such as between cars and people or birds and drones with confidence that increases as more tracks are classified”, said Logan Harris, CEO, and Founder of SpotterRF. “With our new AI engine, customers will be able to focus on targets that matter.
Securify achieve Certificate
We are always striving to evolve and improve our knowledge and thereby increase the quality of our customers. So in line with our goal to continuous growth, we are happy to say that we are now certified by CerbAir.
Securify increases Partnership
One of our virtues in this business is the ability to grow with partners and as partners. This week we can proudly announce that we are both Milestone Gold Channel Partner and also Axis Application Development Partner.