Toyon Supports NOAA Gray Whale Research with Maritime Infrared Camera Technology

NOAA Fisheries recently released an article titled Gray Whale Population Abundance outlining their current research methodologies for monitoring gray whale population abundance in recent years. NOAA monitors the gray whale population using a combination of established methods in addition to new technologies. Using techniques such as visual surveys supported by custom-built computer programs developed by … Continued


Toyon Wins Army xTech Competition with Edge Processor Aided Target Recognition Solution

Toyon Research Corporation is one of 8 winners of the Army xTech Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) Army Strategic Rapid Acquisition (AStRA) competition. Toyon’s entry was for the development of an edge processor aided target recognition (AiTR) solution. The purpose of the xTech RCCTO AStRA competition is to provide an innovative approach for … Continued


Toyon Technology Applied to our Ocean and Whales with NOAA Partnership

Toyon Research Corporation was recently spotlighted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for it’s technology partnership to help monitor whale migration. In the NOAA article These 5 Technologies Are Helping Save Our Ocean, Toyon was recognized for infrared camera technology developed to track whale blows continuously. The article shares: “Understanding whale behavior and … Continued