Could a camera-wearing dog pick you out in a crowd? SOCOM might found out.

Hawkeye Systems CEO, Corby Marshall, is interviewed by Eric Tegler about some of the systems being developed for military applications, including K9 worn camera systems.

Marshall said SOCOM is interested in leveraging Hawkeye’s dog cam 360-degree view and high-resolution imagery for intel gathering.

“I can put the camera we’re working on with them now on a dog, send it through a bazaar and identify everybody in that bazaar [using AI] because of the quality of the video and possibility of using facial recognition with it,” Marshall said.

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