Researchers from the University of South Australia and Middle Technical University in Baghdad have designed a computer vision system that can distinguish living bodies from the dead from four to eight metres away.
Five startups will take part in the University of South Australia’s second Venture Catalyst Space program supported by the South Australian Government’s Space Innovation Fund through its Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC).
Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed technology that can assemble the myriad pieces of evidence from a criminal case into a single visual, enabling investigators to have a cohesive view of the case.
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