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 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 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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is without doubt one of the biggest disruptions of recent decades. There will be no return to normality as we knew it. Business and society will be different post-COVID-19. FRAMOS, the vision technology company, shows how successful a medium-sized German family-owned company are navigating the crisis and setting out to shape the new future.
FRAMOS today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Partner Network as a Preferred Service Delivery Partner. This collaboration will allow FRAMOS to offer camera solutions to customers using the NVIDIA Jetson Edge AI platform to advance vision application development in robotics, automation, IoT-connected manufacturing, and more.
FRAMOS, the global partner for Vision Technologies, extends its line of industrial grade versions of Intel’s® RealSense™ Suite providing Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and an IP66 rated housings. The D415e industrial 3D GigE Vision camera leverages the advantages of easy-to-integrate 3D vision in rugged environments; enabling real-time positioning, orientation, and tracking of robots, automated guided vehicles, and smart machines. Camera module versions of the D415e, and its sister, the D435e, will also be available in the Fall of 2020.
FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, will open a new branch office in Zagreb, Croatia on May 4th, 2020. This is in addition to its existing research, development, and production facility in Čakovec. The new site places FRAMOS closer to the local expert scene, and promising better opportunities to recruit highly skilled specialists for the team in Čakovec.
... 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 picture "Vibrant Venice" by Munich photographer Sebastian Krawczyk has received the FRAMOS Young Art Collection Award 2018. As part of the series "Blurred Lines" the photo seems to look more like a painting. The digital print resembles a canvas where dots dissolve into strokes, colors mix with each other, and surfaces are interspersed with fine hatchings. The camera is guided like a brush, manual presets create a photorealistic, painterly realization. The 180cm by 100cm work was hung in Ottawa, FRAMOS’ Canadian office.
The FRAMOS® engineering team shares a Python sample script on GitHub that works directly with multiple Intel® RealSense™ cameras to create bounding boxes for any kind of item. The Python script supports multi-cam 3D measurements to create automated logistic and postal solutions.
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