Machine vision and imaging specialist and distributor Infaimon has developed a stereo vision system that uses GigE Vision cameras, which helps robots identify, select, pick, and transfers defined objects from a bin.
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Bytronic Automation has designed and delivered a turnkey vision system for the inspection of the integrity of packages of beer that employs LWIR and CMOS color cameras.
Via:: Automated inspection system featuring LWIR and color CMOS cameras ensures carton integrity
By Rick Merritt China’s LeEco is coming to the U.S. with ultra low cost smartphones and smart TVs and an R&D center for them and deep-learning services.
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More than 400 exhibitors from 28 different countries are expected to gather at VISION 2016, the world’s largest trade show for the machine vision and imaging industry.
Via:: VISION 2016: World’s largest machine vision trade show expected to be biggest yet
By R. Colin Johnson 4DS Memories Ltd. (West Perth, Western Australia) has achieved the 40-nanometer milestone that puts it on the path to competing effectively with flash it its $40 billion market.
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By Rich Quinnell The STM32H7 series provides high performance and enhanced security along with rich memory resources to simplify high-end IoT design.
Via:: ST Blends Security, Performance in IoT MCUs
Get to market faster and connect your next product to the Internet of Things with the smallest, smartest and most secure SOM available today: Digi ConnectCore(R) for i.MX6UL
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Power can be a gating factor in success or failure of today’s semiconductors. Reducing power is critical for not just mobile devices, but for plugin devices as well.
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Featuring the PYTHON 25K CMOS image sensor from ON Semiconductor, the IC-C25P-CXP color CoaXPress camera from ISVI Corp. will be on display at VISION 2016.
Via:: CoaXPress camera with 25 MPixel CMOS sensor from ISVI Corp to be shown at VISION 2016
KuvioVision 2.0 machine vision software—which enables users to build, test, and deploy machine vision and embedded vision applications in any hardware platform—will be shown at VISION 2016.
Via:: KuvioVision 2.0 machine vision software to debut at VISION 2016
By Rick Merritt Qualcomm said AT&T, Verizon and five module makers will use its chip for Cat-M1 and NB1 trials this year and commercial services in 2017.
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By Junko Yoshida Bio-inspired research is picking up momentum. But where CEA-Leti’s approach differs from others, more focused on neuromorphic engineering by mimicking the brain, is that “we take a full system approach,” according to Leti’s science director.
Via:: CEA-Leti: What Crickets Can Teach Us
By Martin Rowe Kids today think having a phone that doesn’t run the latest OS is like living in the dark ages, but engineers like to keep “old” technology running.
Via:: Look Kids, It’s an iPhone 4S
By Gary Hilson iLuun chose Kickstarter to fund the next phase of its business and validate that there was a market for wireless flash drive that enables users to stream transfer media content to and from their mobile device
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