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DSTL uses HALO systems to test video processing algorithms

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) has taken delivery of two HALO Rapid Prototype Development Systems from RFEL. The systems will be used to evaluate video processing algorithms from RFEL and third parties and to support interactive demonstrations to military users.

The two systems delivered to DSTL support different video processing investigations. One is being used to evaluate RFEL’s suite of high definition video stabilisation products, while the other is being used to evaluate third party algorithms and their performance.

According to RFEL, traditional approaches require prohibitively long simulation times, adding the latest approach – which uses an SoC based approach – will allow algorithms to be tested in hardware.

Dr Alex Kuhrt, RFEL’s CEO, said: “We have been working with DSTL to provide solutions that outperform commercial off the shelf products. It is one of the many military, government and security organisations around the world that come to us for solutions that set new standards for video processing performance.”

Graham Pitcher

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