Plug-and-play edge AI camera systems for global-scale problems
Powerful, autonomous AI-in-a-box technology that works even when there is little infrastructure for power and connectivity. Like a flexible 24/7 guard to complement your team, you can task the cameras to look for problems you care about and give you intelligent, real-time alerts.
No more streaming HD video; just get told about what matters, immediately.
By combining our own AI cameras with other autonomous systems, like robotics and drones, our technology can help teams of any size to easily and quickly respond to incidents at scale, regardless of the environment. Here are some examples of deployed use of our systems:
Empowering teams monitoring large areas facing time-sensitive problems to act quickly and efficiently
AI eyes for land, sea and sky
The uses of artificial intelligence just keep expanding but global-scale problems still persist, like poaching, organised crime, and environmental disasters. The lack of infrastructure, the urgency and the unpredictability of these problems make them difficult to resolve with centralized technology or huge teams of people.
We bring the latest technology advances to front-line users, with self-contained AI camera systems.
By creating devices with built-in advanced computing, self sustaining power and a variety of connectivity options, we are pioneering a generation of smart systems that can act as effective first line detection in difficult environments and integrate with human workflows. The early intervention and prevention of incident escalation gives human teams a chance to save lives and money, and gives a real opportunity to tackle those persistent global problems.
Interested in edge AI but not sure where to start? Have specific algorithm developments needed? We can help.
Custom integration of full systems solutions to suit your environments, team, workflows and requirements.
Research & Development
Innovation projects to develop or test novel concepts, low maturity ideas, or simply investigate root problems as your research partners.
Partners & Supporters
We work with hardware, software, delivery and installation partners and ambassadors around the world to help deliver and distribute better solutions to our customers
A history of innovation
Archangel Imaging was founded in 2016 in Harwell Space Campus (pictured left), Oxfordshire, to create innovative intelligent payloads for long endurance unmanned systems. We’d grown from a background in World record drone flights and figured that, if we couldn’t get all the data back, we’d better start pushing the intelligence forwards. We’ve been working on ‘Edge AI’. That is to say AI deployed to the edge of the network, ever since. It was not long before we took on other Edge AI projects, recognising the persistent challenges for remote asset monitoring and protection. Having established ourselves at Harwell Campus, we began working on practical deployment and management of AI to off-grid locations for our customers, alongside best-in-class technology partners.
Along our journey we have partnered with several technology companies and systems integrators, on and beyond the Harwell campus. We are strong believers in collaboration and exponential value creation for our customers and our partners through more integrated, innovative solutions.
Awards & achievements
A vision of transformation
At Archangel Imaging we believe the teams of the future will be hybrid teams, with humans working alongside machines, to solve some stubbornly persistent, global problems. Our vision is to help companies manage and protect their remote assets in challenging areas in a whole new way. Whether those remote assets are the several million £s of metal cables being stolen, or ivory taken by rhino poachers, we want to give security teams early warning in advance of incidents and better tools for remote follow up actions. We do this by integrating off-grid, AI cameras and other sensors to detect anomalies in real time, with nearby drone, robotic or human staff to respond.
AI for Good winner, 2019
LEV8 cohort 3 venture (19-20)
Participant (session 3, 19-20)