Posts Tagged ‘Osprey’

IntelliAim v5.23: Analyze Your Cutoffs

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014


Pictured: Not what we mean.

IntelliAim 5.23 introduces 2 new tasks for performing analysis of a cutoff: Cutoff Linearity and Cutoff Sharpness.

Cutoff Linearity provides a method for testing the amount of variation of a cutoff across the cutoff’s horizontal span. This test can be used to determine if a cutoff is wavy or tilted, and whether it is within an acceptable vertical range.

Cutoff Sharpness analyzes the sharpness of the cutoff by inspecting various aspects of its gradient.


IntelliAim v5.22: Introducing Pattern Matching

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

New IntelliAim release.

New IntelliAim release.

In our never-ending quest to increase IntelliAim’s versatility, we’ve added a pattern matching feature to our aiming software. Now our users can use a saved image to define a model, and then have IntelliAim search for that model within a headlight beam image.

In the image below, the user has selected a knee as the model from a saved image. IntelliAim will search the headlight beam image for the knee and return the certainty of a match. A minimum certainty threshold can be set that must be met before the test is allowed to pass.


Print and Debug with IntelliAim v5.21

Friday, April 25th, 2014


Zebra printers: Great at printing labels, bad at printing zebras.

Introducing IntelliAim v5.21, the newest release from Dajac. New additions to this version are the ability to print to a Zebra printer, and a debug mode that lets a user set breakpoints and step through scripts. The new version also has increased symbol support.


IntelliAim v5.20 Released

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Another IntelliAim advancement.

Another IntelliAim advancement.

Dajac is pleased to announce the release of IntelliAim v5.20. This release includes the ability to define relative photo points and introduces a powerful new feature: Symbolic Substitution

Symbolic substitution can be used to simplify script creation in IntelliAim by allowing users to define symbols that represent data. When IntelliAim finds a symbol in a supported field, it replaces the symbol’s name with the symbol’s value. IntelliAim users can define their own symbols, or use any of the IntelliAim defined symbols. Symbols can even contain mathematical expressions.


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