Use cases & Examples
During his (air-air) mission, the fighter pilot permanently needs to read his enemies’ trajectories in order to detect a threatening tactical pattern. The complexity of this task increases with the number of planes present in the scene.
Elter has developed an experimental system capable of automatically analyse each aircraft trajectory in real time and assign its probable intention.
Main goal of a hotel manager is to maximise his establishment's profitby making while making the best use of his reception capacity. To do so, he has one main tool at his disposal: the room price.
This price must vary permanently in order to adapt to the demand which is anticipated depending on external factors (seasons, events…) but also on manager skills and experience.
To discharge him from this crucial but time-consuming task. Elter develops a tool capable of automatically suggesting the ideal price that will maximise the revenue on this specific day.
Some online forms are more critical than others and the organisation that extract the content needs to be sure that what has been submitted is relevant and correctly written by the user.
In this aim, an administration wished to get a system able to assess the quality of a text entered by a submitter by assigning it a note going from 1 to 5.
If this index is to low, the user is invited to improve his content.
Check out is a consumer's experience keypoint in collective catering (company restaurant) and is often a slowdown point.
In order to reduce the waiting time to its minimum, Elter develops a solution which recognizes different food products present on the meal tray to automatize the cashing process and stock management.
This project is realised in collaboration with Quiditmiam, the anti(food)-waste expert.
Soldiers, firefighters or other lifeguards often need to operate inside buildings where environmental conditions could be extreme. Locating them and their team then becomes as crucial as difficult (smoke, heat, darkness…).
In order to help those agents in this task, Elter participate in the creation of an indoor location system. Specifically, Elter develops an AI model able to recognize argent activities in real-time by using data produced by sensors located on him.
The full system is realised with SGME and IFSTTAR (research lab).
For some industrial companies, there is a real interest to know if some specific vehicles are presents inside a defined perimeter both in real time and afterwards.
Elter has developed an AI model that classify and count different type of vehicle presents in an area.
Some graffiti has an artistic dimension, many are considered as a degradation. When a train is covered by a tag, it tends to generate an insecurity feeling and a decrease of the brand image for the client.
In order to limit the presence time of the tag, Elter has built a system able to automatically detect the degradation, evaluate its surface and then send it directly to the agent in charge of cleaning.
Elter develops a system that automatically detects the gender and gives an age estimation of the faces presents in a video stream.
Besides bringing a better knowledge of the customer base, the objective could be to adapt displayed commercial content to the audience in real-time.
The system is GDPR compliant as the analysis is realised locally (without internet access) and preserves the client’s anonymity.
The agent in charge of video surveillance must often observe a large number of screens simultaneously. Over time, the boredom of this task leads to a lack of efficiency.
Elter has developed the AI core of an experimental solution permanently analysing the video streamed and alerting the operator when a specific event of interest occurs.
Some complex mathematical functions are crucial for the accomplishment of the jet fighter pilot's mission. These “black box” functions require an important amount of time to be executed while they are crucial.
Elter is developing an AI-based system able to precisely reproduce the results of a given function in a shorter amount of processing time (500 to 1000 less computing time).
Duty-free products sold in planes (watches, perfumes…) are counted a first time before being taken on board and a second time after landing.
This process executed by employees is time-consuming, painful and errors are frequent.
In order to improve the efficiency of this chain, Elter developed a system able to count objects present in a tray before and after the journey.