‘AI for Good’ is an initiative by Government of Karnataka in coordination with NASSCOM CoE-DSAI to identify applications of AI and to promote research and strategies of adoption to improve the quality and sustainability and service delivery leading to inclusive and staged implementation of AI technologies with long lasting benefits to the citizens.
A key risk that people face working on agricultural land and areas is snake bites from pit vipers and cobras. During the harvesting season ripe palm fruits attract animals that the snakes prey on which leads to increase in snakes in the area. The focus is to reduce the exposure that the people and contractors face when they are working in plantations.
1. Apart from the identification of hotspots, the system should be able to mark down the location also, so that consolidated report can be automatically generated without manual intervention
1. Apart from the identification of tree growing, the system should be able to mark down the location also, so that consolidated report can be automatically generated without manual intervention 2. No intervention from driver should be required – system should be self sufficient
Key requirements are: 1. Mount multiple cameras to be able to take 360-degree pictures of the cylinder (define how many cameras are required for this purpose) 2. Perform image processing to identify whether cylinder is suitable for usage or not 3. Tag the stored result to cylinder number which is printed on cylinder