Xailient algorithms and tools add intelligence to low-power cameras without an internet connection.

Xailient is seeking partners to combine our commercial Computer Vision AI technology with Uncrewed Systems and Advanced Defence Applications

Our algorithms are the world’s most efficient and have been tested and deployed by key partners and customers

Xailient’s Core Capabilities

Xailient’s computer vision AI is optimized for tiny devices using <1 watt of power

Smart motion detection

Many systems continuously monitor a field of view. Smart Motion Detection uses AI to look for personnel, vehicles, etc. and ignores background motion or the motion of the camera. Smart Motion Detection can trigger alerts or be used to activate systems out of a “standby” mode, and, optionally, send an image or video clip along with the alert.

Object recognition

Face Recognition technology is computer vision AI that allows for the identification of specific individuals in real-time video sensors.

Tiny Edge devices

Xailient’s patented Detectum technology is the worlds’ most efficient AI for Computer Vision. Xailient puts the maximum intelligence into environments with the least size, weight, and power constraints.

Computer Vision AI - see what matters

Computer Vision (CV) enables camera-equipped systems to understand and act on what they see.

Traditionally, CV AI systems require large servers to deliver accurate results.

Xailient software, derived from university lab research at Australia’s RMIT, delivers accurate results on tiny devices.

Commercial customers use our technology to provide real-time CV on IoT & unconnected low-energy Edge devices.

Space, Weight & Power Advantages

Our patented Detectum™ technology has been benchmarked by a 3rd party at 509x faster than competitive algorithms for similar tasks. This translates to smaller systems and lower power requirements, reducing the load for soldiers and freeing space for other purposes.

Reduction / RF Silent

Computer Vision that fits inside of systems reduces or eliminates the need to transmit data. Video data is bandwidth-intensive to transmit. Analyzing imagery at the point of origin (the network’s outer “Edge”) reduces or removes the need to transmit imagery. Systems can be configured to forward only important event data, with or without the associated imagery.

Edge CV allows direct integration into alert systems, autonomous systems, or Warfighter situational awareness in real-time.

Loitering surveillance systems can operate in an RF silent mode until events require the transmission of an alert, reducing the likelihood of detection by adversaries.

Autonomous & Uncrewed Systems

Xailient can address visual spectrum, IR, Hyperspectral, SAR, and other sensor data that produces a 2D ‘image’. Possible applications include Land, Surface/Underwater & Aerial:

1 MQ-4C Triton
2 MQ-9B Reaper
3 Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems
4 Maritime Uncrewed Aerial Systems
5 Tactical Uncrewed Aerial Systems
6 Future Mine Warfare & Hydrographic Vessels and associated mission systems
7 Future Army Watercraft and associated mission systems

Advanced Space Applications

Xailient can address visual spectrum, IR, Hyperspectral, SAR and other sensor data that produces a 2D ‘image’.

1 Satellite Communication
2 Satellite Communication Assurance
3 Terrestrial Operations in Contested Space
4 Space Situational Awareness

Analyze in Orbit and reduce downlink bandwidth

Computer Vision that fits inside of systems allows imagery analysis at the source, thereby reducing downlink bandwidth use.

Palantir deploys into orbit Xailient’s computer vision AI

For Palantir, Xailient demonstrated an ability to use open-source satellite imagery to detect marine vessels within extremely constrained systems and to do so fast enough to allow for dynamic retasking of the satellite.

3rd Party Tested

CVOps is a category that describes the enterprise business process Computer Vision in production (Computer Vision OPerationS).

Xailient AI has been validated by 3rd parties as up to 509x faster than conventional Computer Vision AI. We are partnered with Sony Semiconductor and Maxim Integrated, bringing this technology to the private sector. Our software provides faster and more accurate real-time inference, as well as the tools required for creating and maintaining custom AI.

Xailient is seeking partners

To combine our commercial Computer Vision AI technology with advanced autonomous & uncrewed Systems, and advanced space applications.

Xailient seeks Australian partners to pursue DST, CRC, and DIN opportunities that combine our world-best AI into Defence solutions.

If you are a Defense Capabilities Manager or other stakeholder, we want to hear from you to learn more about how we can bring our technology to your use cases.

Frequently asked questions

Xailient’s Detectum runs an impressive 509x faster than competitive algorithms. This speed increase also comes with smaller systems and lower power requirements, which frees up space for other important purposes or reduces the load for soldiers.

Smart Motion Detection

Computer vision AI looks for personnel, vehicles, and other objects while ignoring background motion or the camera's motion.

Object Recognition

Face Recognition technology allows for identifying specific individuals in digital images.

TinyEdge Devices at the Source

Our patented Detectum algorithm is the worlds’ most efficient AI for Computer Vision, where environmental constraints demand significantly less size, weight, and power.

Xailient algorithms and tools for computer vision add intelligence to low-power cameras without an internet connection. What you get is accurate results on tiny edge devices at the source.

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Press releases

January 18, 2024

NEWS PROVIDED BY Xailient Inc.  18 Jan, 2024, 01:13 ET SYDNEY, Jan. 18, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Xalient customer Abode, a leading provider of DIY smart home security solutions, has been recognized for their innovative new product, the Abode Edge Camera. Xailient AI runs inside the Abode Edge Camera, watching for anomalies like package deliveries or strangers on the […]

November 1, 2023

NEWS PROVIDED BY Xailient  25 Oct, 2023, 09:05 ET Wi-Fi HaLow™ Technology Enables Long-Range, Low-Power Connectivity for Smart Cameras SYDNEY and IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Xailient, the leader in edge artificial intelligence (AI) for computer vision, today announced a strategic partnership with Morse Micro, a fast-growing fabless semiconductor company focused on Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity. Together, they […]

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