SpotterRF Launches SPOTTERai Automatic Track Classification

OREM, Utah, April 19, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — SpotterRF, a manufacturer of industry-leading ground surveillance radar, 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. We’ve heard from our user base that they appreciate our NIO software being so flexible and easy to integrate with other systems. With the addition of AI, we ensure our products are even more valuable in preventing harm at their sites”.

In addition to releasing their AI to the market, SpotterRF is releasing two additional radar products, the CK5 and CK20 for distribution in Q2 of 2019 and continuing to see their 3D-500 radar take more ground in the CUAS Drone Detection space. The CK20 is ready for purchase in small quantities starting April 15. The CK5 will be available for order in June 2019. The CK5 and CK20 operate in the unlicensed 24GHz band and provide coverage in “cluttered” and “close” quarter areas. These two products when the release will, in addition, to be unlicensed in the US and most of the world will meet EU’s CE / Class B and RED standards – providing consistency for SpotterRF’s partners in Europe. “These solutions”, says Brad Solomon, Director of Business Development, “provide exemplary coverage in cluttered areas like electrical substations where it’s difficult to see targets with all the metal and electrical equipment”. He goes on to say that “With the CK series products, SpotterRF continues to bring useful and valuable perimeter and property protection to our customers.”

About SpotterRF
SpotterRF is recognized in the Perimeter Security Industry as the fastest growing and most innovative ground surveillance radar solution company in the world. Solutions ranging from 1 acre of covered area up to 380 acres. With radar deployed on nearly every continent, SpotterRF continues to grow its channel worldwide with an increasingly loyal customer base driving expansion forward. Leading edge products coupled with compact design make SpotterRF the only choice for Protection beyond Fences. For more information, contact



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