The past years we have been working on making Blue Jay intelligent. We are improving Blue Jay as an assistant in healthcare by several detection techniques. At AI we do a lot of research and collaborate with other companies and teams while working on the latest artificial intelligence innovations. Past year we worked on live drowning detection, which lead to the drone working as a lifeguard assistant. This year we are working on fall detection and speech recognition. Using object detection while filtering out people, we can detect a person. Using their body vectors, the program can decide whether the person has fallen. We are also implementing a speech engine, which provides a way to interact with Blue Jay.
In this team we test a lot of new technologies and are in contact with a few AI companies to work together on something cool. Of course, there are a lot of challenges to face in this area. A lot of new innovations are arising and we want to implement them on Blue Jay. A recent example is vital signs detection. If Blue Jay could detect a person’s heart rate, emergency situations can be detected faster, and the right supplements can be provided. And there are a lot of other opportunities for Blue Jay to explore!