Deep learning-based image analysis software to be showcased by ViDi Systems at Automate

March 14, 2017
At Automate 2017, ViDi Systems will showcase Version 2.0 of its ViDi Suite deep learning-based industrial image analysis software, which offers major advances in image analysis capabilities and speed from the previous version.

At Automate 2017, ViDi Systems will showcase Version 2.0 of its ViDi Suite deep learning-based industrial image analysis software, which offers major advances in image analysis capabilities and speed from the previous version. ViDi Suite’s feature recognition tool, ViDi Blue, has added the capability of identifying and locating features regardless of size and orientation. The new version also optimizes graphics processing unit (GPU) memory handling, providing a 30% to 50% reduction in training and processing (inference) time. Additional new features include the ability to offload image analysis to one or several remote computers in order to share valuable computing resources, as well as a new Training Application Programming Interface (API), which enables integrators and other application developers to add labeling and training capabilities to their own applications while maintaining a single consistent user interface (UI).

Automate 2017 booth number: 2538

To Learn More:

Contact:
ViDi Systems
Headquarters: Villaz-St-Pierre, Switzerland
Product: ViDi Suite deep learning-based industrial image analysis software
Key Features:
Updated ViDi Blue feature recognition tool, optimized GPU memory handling, offloading of image analysis to one or several remote PCs, new training API.

What ViDi Systems says:
View more information on ViDI Suite 2.0.

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