FRAMOS offers camera data transfer over a single coax cable using the GMSL2 protocol on the Jetson AGX Xavier platform. Camera developers utilizing the FRAMOS Sensor Module Ecosystem can integrate the highly flexible GMSL2 technology with image sensors producing up to 8MP resolution at 30fps over cable length of 15m. Developers benefit from the entire FRAMOS Sensor Module Ecosystem and its large selection of supported sensors as they can quickly create proof-of-concept designs for applications not just for the automotive market. Whenever a sensor module will be installed in tight spaces such as Banking ATMs, Quick Service Restaurant menu boards or POS Self Checkouts, extending the distance between the module from the camera processor is often required. Many other applications, like farming equipment, large drones and logistics robots, can also benefit from this robust automotive grade bidirectional GMSL2 high speed transfer technology.
FRAMOS, a global custom vision solutions and component supplier, announced the availability of the new IMX548 and IMX568 5.1 Megapixel CMOS sensors from Sony. These new (1/1.8 type) global shutter sensors leveraging the Pregius STM technology are available in monochrome or color (RGB). Both sensors are available in an identical 132 Pin LGA ceramic package with a 15mm x 12.5mm footprint. In this way, Sony Semiconductor Solutions is continuing the current trend of offering sensors with better performance in smaller packaging.
FRAMOS, a global provider of custom imaging solutions and components, is expanding its successful D400e depth camera series with the D455e variant. This plug-and-play camera is based on Intel® RealSense™ technology and boasts the best accuracy over its range.
FRAMOS, a global custom vision solutions and component supplier, today announced a new integration supporting SLVS-EC – Sony’s next-gen data interface – natively on the NVIDIA Jetson platform. This implementation is based on an existing IMX530 FRAMOS Sensor Module (FSM) with a 4th Generation SONY Pregius Global Shutter sensor and provides a reference implementation for customers looking to operate this 24 MP sensor module over an SLVS-EC interface on the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier system on module (SOM) streaming at 54 fps.
Back by popular demand, and for the third time FRAMOS – a global partner for vision technologies – is offering an online training course on the Colour Pipeline of a Digital Camera. This course is targeted at designers, development engineers, and test engineers who work with colour cameras.
FRAMOS is celebrating 40 years of doing business! It was at that time that Bernd Franz set up FRAMOS Electronic Vertriebs GmbH. Today, his son, Dr. Andreas Franz, is guiding the company for last 10 years, together with his global executive team.
FRAMOS now provides sensor-specific ISP tuning for the NVIDIA Jetson platform to maximize image quality (IQ) leveraging a new state-of-the-art in-house lab. With this new offering, FRAMOS improves the image quality of all sensors across the entire Sensor Module Ecosystem and provides an even higher level of imaging quality for a wide range of applications. The IQ Lab features industry standard measurement systems and the required toolchains for maximizing the image quality of the complete vision system.
FRAMOS is jointly hosting a two-day online training course with the EMVA on the latest EMVA 1288 standard, Release 4.0. This online training, taking place May 19-20, 2021, was developed for engineers and camera developers who perform EMVA 1288 measurements when assessing the quality and performance characteristics of image sensors and industrial cameras, specifically those with extended or multimodal spectral ranges.
Technology partnership provides integrated hardware and software vision solutions for NVIDIA Jetson developers, simplifying R&D and accelerating time to market
Sony Semiconductor Solutions is continuing the current trend of offering sensors with better performance in smaller packaging. IMX536, IMX546, and IMX566 are the latest 4th generation 2/3-type format CMOS sensors using Pregius STM technology. With 8.1 megapixels, versions are available for monochrome and for colour images (RGB).
Framos Technologies d.o.o., is a company that develops high-tech computer vision and visual information processing solutions. Founded in 2001, Framos Technologies is a part of FRAMOS GmbH which is based in Germany.
Cyberworks Robotics, in partnership with FRAMOS, Intel® RealSense™ technology, AWS Fleet Management, and Fernlea Flower, are happy to announce the new Self-Driving Add-On Platform that can be applied to existing agriculture electric tow-tugs.
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