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Practical AI and computer vision technology is being developed for systems that span virtually every application, and many of these application areas will experience huge growth rates. With trendsetting products demonstrating what is possible, system designers have discovered that the suppliers of computer vision technology have removed the barriers to building practical computer vision systems—unleashing a huge wave of innovation for new products and applications.

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BrainChip and VORAGO Technologies Agree to Collaborate through the Akida Early Access Program

Agreement to Support Phase I of NASA Program for Radiation-Hardened Neuromorphic Processor Aliso Viejo, California – September 2, 2020 – BrainChip Holdings Ltd (ASX: BRN), a leading provider of ultra-low power high performance AI technology, today announced that VORAGO Technologies has signed the Akida Early Access Program Agreement. The collaboration is intended to support a

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Basler blaze 3D Camera Goes into Series Production

High precision and accuracy in a robust and compact design for real-time 3D recordings in industrial automation, robotics, logistics and medicine Ahrensburg, September 01, 2020 – The second generation of 3D cameras goes into series production at camera manufacturer Basler. Equipped with the latest Sony DepthSense™ sensor technology and highly efficient VCSEL laser diodes, the

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Veoneer and Qualcomm to Power Next Generation ADAS and Autonomous Driving Systems

August 27, 2020 – San Diego – Automotive technology company Veoneer, Inc. and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. have decided to collaborate on the delivery of scalable Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Collaborative and Autonomous Driving (AD) solutions powered by Veoneer’s next-generation perception and driving policy software stack and Qualcomm® Snapdragon Ride™ ADAS/AD scalable portfolio of System

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Can Waymo See the Future with Lidar?

This market research report was originally published at Omdia | Tractica’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Omdia | Tractica. Lidar technologies are the cool thing for autonomous vehicle (AV) developers. Why? Because lidar is less expensive, lighter, smaller, and takes less power than cameras that capture visible light. In addition, lidar

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Qualcomm Releases End-to-End 5G Robotics Platform with AI

This market research report was originally published at Omdia | Tractica’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Omdia | Tractica. End-to-end robotics platform with modular, customizable development kit Robotics development just got easier and more integrated. On June 17, 2020, Qualcomm announced the release of its RB5 robotics platform with artificial intelligence

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LiDAR is Facing Headwinds: Is Diversification the Solution?

OUTLINES: LiDAR industry: Yole Développement (Yole) announces increasing volumes but decreasing unit prices. Market trends: The overall 2025 LiDAR market should reach US$3.8 billion, with a 19% CAGR between 2020 and 2025. The automotive segment is expected to be the main driver for LiDAR technologies in the next five years. The industrial market will show

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Developing Robotics Applications in Python with NVIDIA Isaac SDK

This blog post was originally published at NVIDIA’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA. The modular and easy-to-use perception stack of NVIDIA Isaac SDK continues to accelerate the development of various mobile robots. Isaac SDK 2020.1 introduces the Python API, making it easier to build robotic applications for those who are

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Basler at analytica: Camera Portfolio for Medical & Life Sciences

At analytica in Munich from October 19 to 22, 2020, Basler AG is presenting highlights in its camera portfolio for Medical & Life Sciences – from the Basler MED ace series with the most recent Dust Protection MED Feature Set and the Basler boost bundle of CoaXPress 2.0 camera and interface card to new embedded

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Smallest Industrial USB3 Camera With 18 Mpix is Released Into Production

MUNSTER, GERMANY, August 24, 2020 –XIMEA, the pioneer in camera miniaturization, has prepared for production the smallest industrial USB3 imager with the highest resolution yet: https://www.ximea.com/en/products-news/usb3-industrial-small-mini/ It started with camera models based on 5 Mpix sensors using USB 2.0 interface and now XIMEA made accessible for the general public the first miniature cameras with On

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