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AI AT WORK.
Using Rowcus is fairly simple.
Building Rowcus is not.
Learn about the complexity behind simple beeps and watch Rowcus in action.
Thanks to the integrated radar sensor and state of the art object detection and tracking algorithms, rowcus is aware of potentially dangerous obstacles. Be it other boats, buoys, swimmers, SUPs, metal poles, the shore or just a brave duck.
Rowcus is also able to classify objects, which allows it to separate harmless waves from potentially dangerous objects.
Position, speed and heading of all potentially dangerous objects in view are continuously monitored. If rowcus calculates a considerable risk of a collision, an acoustic warning to the user is triggered.
Different rowing locations pose different challenges for rowcus' situation analysis.
On open water, it's all about seeing things early, judging courses right and separating waves from obstacles. On rivers and channels, the challenge is to separate dangerous poles, driftwood and boats from harmless bushes and signs on the shore.
To maximize safety and user experience in varying conditions, rowcus adapts to its surroundings.
Collision with various objects
Warning of piers, buoys, swimmers and large driftwood depending on material, size and own speed
30 - 120 m before collision.
Collision with crossing boats
Only in case of danger of collision based on speed and direction of other boats.
Warning for curves or shore protrusions depending on own speed up to 120 m before collision.
No collision danger
All objects in the field of view are detected, but only warned if there is an actual risk of collision.
WATCH ROWCUS IN ACTION
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