At the 2020 FRAMOS tech days event that was recently held in San Francisco Intel, Sony, Framos, and Computar were presenting to imaging experts their new developments and showing the exciting demos. With the launch of the Intel® RealSense™ LiDAR 515 depth camera, attendees were treated to an in-depth demo of the L515 utilizing the Skeleton Tracking AI application from cubemos.
FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, now includes Intel’s first LiDAR device – the new L515 depth camera – in its product range. The L515 is the world’s smallest and most power-efficient solid-state LiDAR depth camera with XGA resolution and a large range of 0.25m to 9m.
We are offering a new training course on the colour pipeline of a digital camera especially for designers, development engineers and test engineers who work with colour cameras. The technically oriented, two-day course is being held on 26 and 27 March at the company’s headquarters in Taufkirchen, Germany. It will cover all relevant aspects of the colour pipeline – specifically, how to obtain a beautiful colour image from the signal delivered by the sensor. Anyone who is interested in understanding the colour pipeline of a digital camera will find their questions answered on this course. The course will be conducted in English, places are limited.
FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, is expanding its sensor module ecosystem with the new Sony IMX530 global shutter CMOS sensor. The corresponding FRAMOS FSM-IMX530 sensor module with SLVS and SLVS-EC interface fits seamlessly into the ecosystem and so can be used in the existing hardware and software environment. FRAMOS also provides a new sensor adapter for MIPI CSI-2 conversion and an updated driver for the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 and AGX Xavier development boards.
Ottawa (Canada), January 2020. For the third year, the well anticipated FRAMOS Tech Days event will be held in North America on February 06, 2020 in San Francisco, CA. Happening on the last day of the SPIE. Photonics West Show (Feb 1-6). FRAMOS Tech Days features exclusive presentations from leading embedded vision technology experts Sony, Intel, Computar, the Embedded Vision Alliance, and other leading technology experts.
Taufkirchen, January 2020. FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, will be demonstrating a selection of image processing solutions at the embedded world 2020 exhibition and conference in Nuremberg, Germany, from 25 to 27 February. These will be of particular interest to trade visitors in the Embedded Vision field. In hall 2, at stand 2-647, FRAMOS will present D435e – the company’s first 3D industrial camera – and an Intel RealSense compatible system design kit (SDK) for skeleton tracking. A special attraction at the exhibition stand is the FRAMOS ecosystem area. Here visitors will have the opportunity to test various plug & play options for FRAMOS Embedded Vision modules in a live setting.
... It’s The Perfect Momentum For Growth With Vision Technology”. The All-over-IP tradeshow in Moscow Russia, November 20-22, 2019 connects the IP industry with companies in surveillance and security, the Internet of Things (IoT), embedded vision, biometrics, artificial intelligence, digital cities, and smart factories. The conference is the ideal meeting point to discuss vision solutions in Russia. FRAMOS will present their embedded vision portfolio at booth D1.3. Their new Russian sales representative Daria Scheel talks about the specific chances and challenges of the Russian market for vision.
The FRAMOS® Group, a global supplier of imaging products, custom vision solutions, and OEM services, is announcing that its spin-off FRAMOS AI will become cubemos. The cubemos entity focuses on Deep Learning and AI development, helping industrial customers to integrate leading-edge AI vision solutions.
Sunex is one of our top-level suppliers when it comes to miniature lenses for embedded vision. The California based lens specialist is known for its high-quality solutions for demanding indoor and outdoor applications in embedded vision, automotive, autonomous vehicles, and, surveillance. They provide a wide range of M12, M8 and ultra-compact lenses. Compare the latest Sunex lenses for Embedded Vision!
ON Semiconductor has announced to discontinuing the production of CCD image sensors. Last time buy date will be March 18, 2020. All CCD Sensors (KAI, KAF, KAE, KLI, KAC) by ON Semiconductor are impacted by this end-of-life. The former Kodak CCD facility in Rochester, US, will then cease operations in June 2020. The FRAMOS sensor experts are available to advise and support for any questions regarding last orders, replacement options and any sensor evaluations.
ON Semiconductor has expanded its high-performance XGS family of Global Shutter CMOS image sensors with two new models; the XGS 9400 and the XGS 8000. These devices provide resolutions of 9.4 and 8.8 Megapixels respectively in a compact package, achieving high-speed performance in a single form factor. Both models contain a rich feature set and are particularly suited for integration into 29 x 29 mm2-cameras for Machine Vision, ITS, Security, Medical and Scientific applications.
Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched a new image sensor for surveillance cameras, factory automation applications, and industrial environments. The IMX485 provides Sony’s STARVIS™ technology for excellent visibility in low light. It combines high sensitivity with high-speed, which makes the IMX485 a great solution in challenging environments for industrial inspection systems.
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