Intel® Corporation has recently launched its Intel® RealSense™ T265 Tracking Camera, introducing a new class of stand alone simultaneous localization and mapping device. The compact camera’s tracking is based on visual and inertial sensor fusion and brings SLAM visual mapping to autonomous devices. The T265 plug-and-play device outputs 6 DoF data for precise mapping for the exact orientation and navigation of robots, drones and an immersive experience in Augmented and Virtual Reality. Intel® RealSense devices are available from global vision partner FRAMOS.
The "embedded world" in Nuremberg is the leading international trade fair for embedded systems and THE industry meeting place for developers and decision-makers of embedded solutions. Image processing has been represented for many years with its own areaand has grown again in 2019 with more focus on Embedded Vision. The FRAMOS team of experts presented its embedded vision portfolio at this show. Here is an overview of the highlights from the fields of image sensors, displays, optics, 3D solutions, modules and processing that was captured while at the trade fair.
The Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics at the University of Bremen (BIBA), in collaboration with its development partners BLG Handelslogistik, Schulz Systemtechnik, and FRAMOS®, is conducting research on the automated unloading of standard 40-foot containers, with the project, “Interactive Robotic System for Unloading of Sea Containers” (IRiS). In the future, intelligent robots will carry out this difficult and predominantly manual task, automatically.
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