FRAMOS® Attends the 2018 Embedded Vision Summit with Latest Vision Solutions Making Machines See and Think
FRAMOS will educate current and potential users about the latest advances in 3D technology and Embedded Vision and provide practical solutions to industry-specific challenges in Hall B at Booth 302. For a very easy integration of 3D technology equipping machines with human-like senses and the ability to see, sense, understand, interact, and learn, FRAMOS will showcase Intel's RealSense Technology with a live demonstration. Intel® RealSense™ Technology is a suite of components that, when integrated into a device or machine, enables it to comprehend and interact with its environment in a truly 3-dimensional way.

The booth will also include a demonstration of SONY's new polarized sensors, an autonomous car and a sampling of modules, sensors and cameras ready to integrate into any Embedded Vision application. To support the building of embedded vision systems FRAMOS will also be showcasing their new SLVS-EC RX IP Core for easy sensor interfacing with FPGAs from Xilinx.

More than 1,200 computer vision professionals are expected to attend the three-day event, which attracts a global audience of companies developing vision-enabled products, both at the edge and in the cloud. The event features industry innovators, top technologists and engineers who are creating "machines that see" for a wide range of industries including automotive, entertainment, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, robotics and security.

As vision pioneers, FRAMOS supports system developers with both technical expertise and services, whether it's about selecting individual components or complex system compositions for embedded vision. Ranging from sensors to systems, their engineering services help in choosing the right components, customizing solutions or developing specific solutions for embedded vision systems including intelligent algorithms for autonomous decision making by machines. FRAMOS assists as a partner at every point in the value-added chain from the decision-making processes up to the finished product.

FRAMOS enables machines to see and think. Imaging and vision technologies are their passion, they play a key role in automation, robotics and the IoT-connected factory and are key drivers in cognitive systems and vision based artificial intelligence. FRAMOS is a leading global supplier of imaging products, custom vision solutions and OEM services. As a modern family business, they have been assisting customers since 1981 with services ranging from image sensor selection through to camera customization and full turn-key designs. From the sensor to the finished system, FRAMOS offers a powerful portfolio of imaging services and components with a range of capabilities to suit every budget. Strong brands combined with excellent technical support allow their customers to develop cutting-edge imaging solutions and shorten their time-to-market. With a team of more than 100 employees working worldwide, they aim to find the fastest and most efficient imaging solutions for their customers.
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