For the second time, the popular FRAMOS Tech Days event will be held in North America on February 07, 2019 in San Francisco, CA. Happening on the last day of Photonics West Show (Feb 2-7), FRAMOS Tech Days features exclusive presentations from leading embedded vision technology experts from SONY, INTEL, XILINX, the Embedded Vision Alliance and Pyxalis, and will be discussing current vision development and future innovations. FRAMOS Tech Days Europe will take place in Munich on May 22-23, 2019.
The leading global partner for vision solutions launched a new Embedded Vision product line and showed top-notch live demonstrations at the world’s leading exhibition for vision technology.
The FRAMOS® Group, leading global supplier of imaging products, custom vision solutions and OEM services, launches their Embedded Vision (EV) Ecosystem product line to ease imaging development. Designed for a modularized approach to Embedded Vision, the series of FRAMOS products includes sensor modules, module board adapters and processing board adapters for fast and easy development from concept to final design. The FRAMOS EV ecosystem of products provides vision engineers and developers with ready-to-use compositions to speed time-to-market and optimize resources.
Every year, global imaging expert FRAMOS® identifies technical and commercial trends asking both vision users and manufacturers for their industry assessment. 2018, manufacturers and users from 22 countries responded to questions about the current and future imaging market.
Looking for a ready-to-go component to shorten your time to market? The IMX378 embedded vision module is great for devices
capturing human activities and for device ‘awareness’. It provides a better and more stable image and video streams in consumer video devices, VR / AR or MR systems, head cams, free-moving robots, drones, general AI / machine vision systems and outdoor applications.
The launch of the SONY PREGIUS™ series in late 2013 marked a milestone in the history of image sensors.
This application note explains how to synchronize multiple SMARTEK Vision® GigE Vision cameras by a hardware trigger and display individual image streams using the viewer application. The image acquisition can be driven by a rising or a falling edge, the voltage for high (logical 1) has to be between 2.2 and 24 VDC.
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