CoVar Applied Technologies brings intelligence to sensing, control, and automation systems.
It is our mission to provide sensor system products and technologies that advance the state of the art for the Defense and Energy industries. We have experience developing and fielding complex hardware and software systems to rugged, hostile environments. Our staff combines cutting-edge knowledge in the fields of sensors, machine learning, computer vision, and automated decision-making with hands-on and result-oriented product development experience.
Applications of our technologies range from torpedo countermeasure systems, oil and gas drilling rig software, and sub-surface imaging and detection of explosive hazards using radar and seismic sensors, to computer vision systems for personnel tracking. Our scientists are published subject matter experts in signal processing, image processing, video analytics, ground penetrating radar system and antenna design, multi-modal sensor fusion, adaptive filtering, and chemometrics. Our engineering capabilities include software application development, electronics design, product packaging, embedded firmware, and rapid prototyping. We work with our partners and customers to provide hardware products, software products, turnkey product development services, and component technology licensing. We pride ourselves on being innovative and customer-service oriented in everything we do.
FEATURED TECHNOLOGY: COMPUTER VISION
Learn more about the technology discussed in Offshore Magazine’s November issue. CoVar computer vision systems are making rig state detection and automated pipe tally possible at the rig-site. Off-the-shelf video cameras, paired with CoVar’s simple but powerful video analysis algorithms make automated pipe count, pipe length and diameter measurement a reality.
CoVar Featured in Offshore Magazine
CoVar has published an article in Offshore magazine describing applications of computer vision for the oil and gas drilling industry.
Seismic Phase 2 Option Exercise
Army Contracting Command has notified CoVar of its intent to exercise the option period for the Broad Agency Announcement award for the development of signal processing algorithms, visualization tools, and data collection recommendations supporting the detection of buried explosive hazards using non-contact vibration sensors.
Army Contracting Command has awarded CoVar a Phase 1 SBIR for development of standoff technologies for the detection of explosively formed penetrators (EFPs).