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Maritime

The demand for high quality, actionable, real-time video is rapidly increasing throughout the Maritime and Sub-sea markets.  Real-time, actionable video requirements are expanding across a number of industry specific applications leveraging real time video enhancement from Port & Harbor Security & Surveillance to Autonomous Ship Automation. The industry is committing significant additional resources to Security & Surveillance. Governments across the world are investing in high quality Video Surveillance Systems as part of their port and harbor control, security and anti-terrorism infrastructure.

 


All organizations use advanced video monitoring and analytics for security and to improve operational efficiency. High quality actionable video is essential to key, common video monitoring and analytics. Maritime applications are challenged with extreme weather conditions, such as rain, snow, and fog. Fog and rain can severely limit the range of a camera system due to scattering of light off droplets of water. The higher the density of droplets, the more the captured video is diminished.


There are ways to classify fog. An often-used classification is the one used by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). According to this system, fog can be classified in 4 categories:

Category I: visual range 1220 meters

Category II: visual range 610 meters

Category IIIa: visual range 305 meters

Category IIIc: visual range 92 meters

The reason for degradation of visibility in a foggy atmosphere is the absorption and scattering of natural or artificial illumination by fog particles. The amount of absorption and scattering depends on the micro-physical structure of the fog particles, which are also called aerosols.

Rainfall intensity is classified according to the rate of precipitation, which depends on the considered time:

Light Rain —  Precipitation rate is < 2.5 mm (0.098 in) per hour

Moderate Rain — Precipitation rate is between 2.5 mm (0.098 in) – 7.6 mm (0.30 in)

Heavy Rain — Precipitation rate is > 7.6 mm (0.30 in) per hour

Violent Rain — Precipitation rate is > 50 mm (2.0 in) per hour


ProHawk provides real-time video enhancement technology that provides unparalleled clarity in compromised video due to adverse lighting, extreme weather, airborne particulate matter, and challenging environmental conditions. ProHawk unlocks the highest quality enhancements with ultra-low latency, enabling systems and users to analyze optimized, actionable video in real-time. ProHawk real-time video enhancement algorithms provide a critical technology that enables visible clarity through dense Catergory IIIc fog and Violent Rain conditions.

 


Barnett and Associates had the privilege to showcase its video enhancement device

ProHawk on the popular History Channel reality series

THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND

(Season 5, Episode 1 – Forever Family).

ProHawk was able to enhance recent underwater HD video

and revisit the intriguing “Shiny Gold Object” mentioned in a previous episode.

Click on the link below to see the footage from Forever Family.

 To find out more about how ProHawk enhances all video cameras

above or below water all in real time,

click here https://barnettandassoc.com/prohawk


 









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Environmental Conditions

 

Low Light / Poor Light      Back Light / Glare     Adverse Weather     Underwater

 

 Industry Applications

 

 Security & Surveillance     Transportation & Traffic Management     Critical National Infrastructure     Maritime & Sub-Sea

 

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