Polaron is a 60 Billion Voxel simulation tool developed under 5G-Victori.
Capable of running at the edge on COTS CPU / GPUs to provide real-time analysis from data passed over nomadic and edge based nodes.
Capable of both 2.5D (large scale terrain) and full 3D analysis driven by a variety of sensors, from RF and API feeds through to Neural Cameras and Lidar.
The purpose is to provide a real-time analysis and digital twin that moves beyond simple object detection to permit a deeper semantic understanding of changes and behaviours.
As part of the 5G work we scanned the Berlin HBH and portions of Bristol, the docks and M-Shed Museum - to allow real-time analysis of route planning, contextual knowledge of propagation and change and cost mapping in these environments.
From this we were able to produce Parametric triggers, for disruption from flooding, protests and other events (including heat waves and more).
Since Parametric requires a comprehension of the environment and multiple triggers, we exposed the simulation via WebRTC to permit not only triggers but mitigation and end user support to be facilitated.
We have processed a huge variety of different inputs, from LEO Thermal data to Ground penetrating radar, large scale API inputs on mobile phone data and real-time field trials between UK / German 5G systems, Nomadic nodes and facilitated a custom WebRTC relay service to support multiple clusters and allow us to push data into Fraunhofer Fokus's edge based metaverse.
UK SME based in Bristol focussing on real-time simulation.