Accelerate AI Deployment with Comprehensive Dataset Management Software
Conservator™ cloud-based data lifecycle management (DLM) subscription software enables data scientists to build image datasets leveraging the world’s largest thermal image data lake.
Benefits of Conservator Data Lifecycle Management Software
Accelerate AI development with the Teledyne FLIR library with millions of annotated thermal and visible images. Access image subsets from across a wide range of applications including automotive, defense, and security.
Conservator Insights™ integrated data visualization tool gives data scientists direct reference to model performance issues like false positives and missed detections. All data is managed securely in dedicated customer instances and optional on-premises deployments.
Empower distributed teams across the enterprise with workflow for data input, annotation, curation, quality control, and publishing of datasets for training and evaluating neural network object detectors. Iterate and publish training data using GIT version control to manage datasets in production deployments.
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Meet the demands of small teams and large enterprises, by contacting our team of experts to learn how Conservator provides dataset workflows in an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution for perception engineers developing today’s AI systems.
Conservator Video Library
Confidently develop image datasets with Teledyne's extensive series covering topics from setting up a dataset to managing projects.
Setting up a Dataset
Adding and Deleting Frames in Dataset
Finding Connections Between Assets
Introduction to Neural Networks
Introduction to Metadata
Searching for Frames
Using the Search Block
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Leader in Automotive AI
The Teledyne FLIR Thermal for ADAS and AV solution is a comprehensive thermal imaging technology for automotive engineers and developers as well as automotive enthusiasts. Our free dataset features more than 26,000 annotated images from the US, England, and France in the day and nighttime conditions.
Thermal infrared cameras are the best sensor technology for pedestrian detection and provide the critical data needed to improve automated decision-making in vehicle safety functions including automatic emergency braking (AEB).