Introducing Lagertha


About Us

With our passion for AI, FPGA, autonomous vehicles, computer vision, deep learning and mapping, we strive to be your ideal partner for any challenge in the next years. Founded in 2020, our team of engineers and programmers from Riga Technical University (RTU) and Tallinn Institute of Technology (TTÜ) is working tirelessly to bring Lagertha to the forefront. 

Get in touch to learn more about our activities in EO/IR vision, FPGA and ethical hacking.

What we are doing right now...

Flexible but fully dedicated to complete the assigned work-package in the best possible way, both adapting and integrating existing GPS-GIS and vision software, and coding specific sections.

We’ve just started a real challenge: The integration of GPS and GIS into a long-range EO/IR situational awareness vision system on an innovative wheeled or caterpillar platform, to bring into existence a powerful tool that has location and visualization aspects, and can be effectively utilized in battlefield on the ground (including shot position identification and correction parameters feedback to the fire control station) and/or maritime surveillance systems.

The GPS-GIS and camera integrated systems provide real time meaningful location and status of various enemy assets and related infrastructure.

We are planning projects relating to anti-piracy at sea and low-cost APS (Active Protection Systems) with a blend of integrated systems for heat signature analysis, radar doppler, microwave active detectors  and long range IR vision systems).

Finally, we are working on a hands-on educational project related to cybersecurity for Industry 4.0. Read here and let us know if you are interested.

We use ST, Xilinx, Lattice and Altera platforms:

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The project AI-MASINT in EUREKA Clusters AI call 2021 aims to improve existing AI capability smart algorithms in autonomous long range situational awareness systems based on UGS manufactured by PXION S.r.l. in Italy.

Measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) is a technical branch of intelligence gathering, which serves to detect, track, identify or describe the distinctive characteristics (signatures) of fixed or dynamic target sources.

The project also includes the implementation of an FPGA based development kit as an additional cybersecurity layer, and an encrypted communication channel between the remote camera and the command & control centre.


Another recent proposal relates to the improvement of swarm capability for an underwater unmanned vehicle AUV, within the Blue Economy Window call 2020.