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StomatoBot is aimed to solve the surveillance monitoring problem in near real-time and aims to do what CCTVs currently fail at.
With rising insecurity in the world of today, constant 24x7 supervision is imperative for your premises. What we need is a better security system, one which understands what's happening.
By the time CCTV footage reaches authorities, hours after a crime was committed, the level of police effectiveness in solving it decreases drastically.
StomatoBot is working towards solving this issue by implementing technology that will be able to notify authorities as the incident is taking place.
"To watch when no one is watching" is our motto!
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How well do we understand images?
How well can we extract actionable info from images?
How well can we make predictions and learn from data?
How can we teach computers to do things our brains can do naturally?
Our hi-res team pic!
In this Intro Talk, Anand Muglikar, our CEO & Gardener @StomatoBot Pune, India, shows the recent trends in Computer Vision using mesmerizing audio-visual content.
He also explains the underlying principles behind those applications of Signal processing, Image processing, Computer Vision, Machine Vision, Machine Learning, AI & Deep Learning.
I’m feeling awesome to announce that my new (and first) company StomatoBot Technologies Pvt Ltd has been incorporated today! It’s almost like my first professional child has been born when I read this on the Certificate of Incorporation: “I hereby certify that STOMATOBOT TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED is incorporated on this Nineteenth day of August Two[…]
I was invited to talk on the recent developments in Signal and Image Processing at the Image Processing Workshop at VIT, Pune on the 23rd of August, 2013. My intro talk received awesome response from students and teachers alike. Presentation was about 2 hours 15 mins. Students really loved the talk as almost 80% of[…]
A few weeks ago I got a request from a Marketing Research Executive Mr. Dyson D’Souza, who works for Packt Publishing for reviewing a book titled “Instant OpenCV Starter“. He approached me seeing my LinkedIn profile, which you may visit via the widget on the right sidebar of this page. I was quite delighted by the[…]
I was recently asked to work on the PrimeSense 3D sensor (fortunately), which is the predecessor to Microsoft’s Kinect Sensor. Today, I’m gonna guide you on how to access the IR video stream from this sensor using OpenNI. The crux of how these sensors work is that they emit a structured light or fixed IR[…]
Its been some time since I posted on this website. And I am sorry to myself for not keeping up the promise I made to myself in the last post. I was locked out of this website for some time and I had nothing original to share. Thanks to my friend and colleague Mahesh Sonawane (He has some[…]
This is my 2.01st attempt at creating and maintaining a website. This is still a hobby project. Instead of narrating what went wrong in my previous attempts, the lessons I learnt are that I should do what is necessary first rather than what I wish to do. Yes, they seem very similar, but that is what failed[…]