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Embedded Vision Alliance blog: About eight years ago, my colleagues and I realized that it would soon become practical to incorporate computer vision into cost- and power-constrained embedded systems. We recognized that this would be a world-changing development, due to the vast range of valuable capabilities that vision enables. It’s been gratifying to see this potential come to fruition, with a growing number of innovative vision-enabled products finding market success.
As a kid, I was fascinated with electronics – especially digital electronics. The idea that one could build a computing machine out of simple logic gates was a revelation, and designing such things was thrilling. But as powerful and flexible as digital computers are, we live in an analog world. Hence, analog-to-digital converters play a critical role.
A&B Software has entered into a license and support agreement with Intel to provide GigE Vision and USB3 Vision interfaces for Intel Movidius Myriad 2 vision processing units (VPU) Intel Movidius Myriad X VPUS, and future generations of video processing chips, according to a press release.
In the January 2019 snapshots, learn about a 3D vision system used to monitor the behavior of pigs, a vision-guided robot that assembled an IKEA chair, a new device from Intel that enables deep learning at the edge, and intelligent vision technology for video conferencing.
Robots are not taking our jobs, the business is booming, and vision systems make some of the most exciting innovations in automation possible. These are the lessons to take away from the 2019 A3 Business Forum, held in Orlando, Florida from January 14 to January 16.
Engineers from FLIR have developed a machine vision camera that features a Movidius Myriad 2 vision processing unit that enables users to deploy trained neural networks directly onto the camera and conduct inference on the edge.
Ambarella, Inc. and HELLA Aglaia have partnered to create a new platform for next-generation advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The CV22AQ CVflow computer vision processor from Ambarella has been paired with open application vision software from HELLA Aglaia to enable the creation of forward-facing, single-box ADAS cameras with advanced artificial intelligence.
Deep learning, embedded vision, and polarization imaging were among the most popular machine vision topics in 2018. Learn more about some of the latest products and technologies involving these topics in this year-end article.