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.
Due to popular demand, and for the second time this year 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. The technically oriented, two-day online course will be held on 7 and 8 October 2020.
Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched two new image sensors that include both the visible and short wavelength infrared (SWIR) ranges in captured images. The IMX990 and IMX991 sensors utilize the industry’s smallest 5µm pixel size of any InGaAs based sensor.
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.
Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched a new image sensor for high end surveillance cameras, factory automation applications, and industrial environments. The IMX492 is a combination of high sensitivity with low noise, makes it a great solution for challenging environments where contrast and detail are required like in industrial inspection systems.
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.
FRAMOS sees good opportunities for LiDAR-based hi-res depth cameras to expand the applications of 3D vision technologies and replace stereo depth cameras in some areas. With exceptional resolution and accuracy, the new Intel RealSense LiDAR depth camera L515 achieves much better edge fidelity than stereo cameras, even at a maximum distance of 9 metres.
FRAMOS is jointly hosting a two-day online training on the EMVA 1288 standard. The online course will take place on May 27th &28th. Participants will gain experience with EMVA 1288 standard measurements, using the required measuring equipment. They
The number of infections of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) worldwide is increasing daily. The outbreak is now rated by the WHO as an international health crisis and the situation is changing daily. Since Framos and especially our suppliers are very active in the Asian market, we have been working with this situation since January of 2020.
FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, now offers the new ECX335S microdisplay series from Sony Semiconductor Solutions. Featuring outstanding brightness, contrast and resolution plus a wide viewing angle, this solution is suited to the fast-growing market of augmented reality (AR) devices. These include head-mounted displays (HMDs), electronic viewfinders (VFs), and small monitors. The ECX335S is an OLED panel module with active matrix colour design, exceptional brightness of up to 3,000 cd/m², Full HD resolution with 1,920 x 1,080 RGB pixels, and a diagonal of 1.8 cm (0.71 inch). Its power consumption is low even at a frame rate of 60 fps.
FRAMOS, a global partner for vision technologies, was very satisfied with the results from Embedded World 2020, despite the moderate number of visitors at the tradeshow. At the FRAMOS booth, numerous visitors took the opportunity to learn about the sensor module Ecosystem and to marvel at the underwater version of the 3D depth camera, the D435e as well as a demo of the cubemos, AI 3D skeleton tracking software.
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