Energy Surveillance Technology powered by Artificial Intelligence
Protect your energy operation with security software powered by Artificial Intelligence
Operators across the energy spectrum need real-time intelligence from their video feeds to understand what is happening to their business. O&G and utility firms need a reliable picture of day-to-day operations, whether users are onsite or thousands of miles away. The days of relying on human operators are numbered as artificial intelligence techniques such as computer vision and deep learning make automation a reality for all energy organizations. EyesOnIt handles this deployment for you, delivering critical insights to any device in any location.
Our computer vision models can be customized to detect and alert users on the following use cases:
Operational staff need to follow safety protocols, and AI can detect a violation of safety/security regulations. Real-time intelligence powered by computer vision can help energy companies enhance their security & safety while drastically cutting operational costs.
Our platform can ingest the video data from drones and robots to collect valuable data while keeping crews out of harm’s way from industrial safety hazards. Collaborating with your business, our data scientists will train computer vision algorithms to learn what asset degradation means, how to identify problems in real-time, and alert users who need to know.
Computer Vision Resources
Few-Shot Computer Vision Learning | Blog
For those worried about not having enough video/image data – this blog explores the idea of Few-Shot Learning, a computer vision modeling technique utilized to ‘learn’ from a small set of examples.
AI-Driven Inspection Platform Deployment | Case Study
Mosaic was tapped to help one of the largest North American energy operators deploy a suite of computer vision models that used drone-based imagery to inspect their physical assets and alert them on needed repairs.
Read more about our Computer Vision Expertise | Lab Page
Computer Vision is a powerful technology that players in the energy industry can use to automate & improve energy surveillance technology. Read more about our approach to computer vision here.