Silicon Software at Automate 2019 will demonstrate the microEnable 5 deep VCL frame grabber with Camera Link interface that is convolutional neural network (CNN) ready, with a trained neural network as a graphic CNN operator in a dataflow design incorporated into the microEnable 5's FPGA.
The frame grabber will be shown via a demonstration of data from a high speed line camera, and a multispectral light demonstration in collaboration with Skye Automation, with a modulated line light by Metaphase, involving invisible UV and IR ink.
Silicon Software will show at Automate 2019 in Booth #8533.
To Learn More:
Contact: Silicon Software
Headquarters: Mannheim, Germany
Product: microEnable 5 deepVCL frame grabber
Key Features: Convolutional neural network-ready
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