Live demos will highlight new AI and deep learning solutions.
- by Zane Tsai
To meet the new demands of today, hardware must evolve from control and rules-based systems to data-centric environments to accommodate edge AI.
Teledyne DALSA, a part of Teledyne Imaging, and a Teledyne Technologies company, is pleased to announce that its charge-domain CMOS TDI camera, the Linea HS 32K TDI is the winner of the SPIE Prism Award under the Quality Control category.
Teledyne e2v and Yumain Announce Collaboration to Create AI-based Imaging Solutions for Machine Vision
Teledyne e2v, a Teledyne Technologies company and global innovator of imaging solutions, announces a new technology and industrial collaboration with Yumain, a leading AI vision solution provider serving a broad range of industrial applications.
Basler is presenting its current range of solutions in cooperation with strong partners such as NXP, NVIDIA, and AWS at the leading trade show for embedded technologies, which is being held purely digitally this year.
The Ceneri Base Tunnel in Switzerland opened in December 2020. The last section of the New Railway Link through the Alps (NRLA) serves as a southern feeder to the Gotthard Base Tunnel, the world's longest railway tunnel.
"Knowledge increases when it is shared"–following this maxim, IDS is making its expertise as one of the leading manufacturers of digital industrial cameras free of charge and directly accessible on a new platform.
JAI, a global manufacturer of industrial line scan and area scan cameras, has announced the opening of a new office and production facility in Singapore to further strengthen its global sales, support and manufacturing activities.
Achieving observations of faint targets such as young stellar objects and active galactic nuclei required a new higher sensitivity adaptive optics system to correct atmospheric turbulence and path aberrations between the six telescopes in the array and the beam combiner lab.
Silicon Valley Robotics Awards SICK Champion Award and Innovation Award as Part of Good Robot Industry Awards Program
The Silicon Valley Robotics (SVR) group awarded SICK two honors as a part of the SVR’s inaugural Good Robot Industry Awards.
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