Leading global imaging provider FRAMOS will be presenting its imaging and embedded vision portfolio at the Vision Show in Stuttgart, Germany, November 6-8, 2018. The bi-yearly Vision Show is the world’s leading show and peer platform for vision technology. FRAMOS will show its broad portfolio and services to enable companies to incorporate vision into their applications. In Hall 1, Booth C42, FRAMOS will also be highlighting the launch their ecosystem of products designed for a modularised approach to embedded vision.
At their booth in the heart of the main floor, the FRAMOS vision experts’ team will educate current and potential vision users about the latest advances in embedded vision, 3D technology and machine vision, providing practical solutions to industry-specific challenges. For a very easy integration of 3D technology equipping machines with the ability to see and learn, FRAMOS will showcase Intel’s RealSense product suite. Intel RealSense Technology is a suite of components that, when integrated into a device or machine, enable it to comprehend and interact with its environment in a truly 3-dimensional way.
Lorenzo Cassano, VP of Business Development at FRAMOS outlines: “At the FRAMOS booth we will proudly launch our own product ecosystem to enable customers creating Embedded Vision devices. Living Embedded Vison with the concept of modularity, custom solutions and seamless integration, FRAMOS focuses on enabling customers on truly leverage imaging technologies to create the next era of innovative products.”
FRAMOS booth will be presenting various technology and sensor modules scenarios, including FRAMOS’ SLVS-EC IP Core for Xilinx FPGAs. The booth will also include a sampling of the latest SONY and ON Semiconductor sensor solutions, showcasing the new IMX250 polarised sensor to support precise spectral measurements and ON Semi’s latest XGS series.
In cooperation with Intel and XILINX, FRAMOS holds speaking slots at the “School of Vision”. November 6, 10:30am, Intel’s Miro Mjelnek talks about “Technical Innovations in 3D Imaging”, followed by XILINX’s Dave Hitt and FRAMOS’ André Brela with their shared speech on “How can future vision systems get increased resolutions, speeds and embedding requirements under control?”, November 6, 11:30am. FRAMOS’ Ute Häußler presents the results of this year’s Market Survey on Industrial Cameras and Vision Trends on the Industrial Vision Days stage on November 8, 12:30pm.
With 37 years of vision experience, FRAMOS supports industrial customers, OEMs, System Integrators and researchers overcome challenges enabling machines to see. Whether it’s about selecting individual components or complex system compositions, FRAMOS serves clients with a broad range of components and modularity of designs. Vision solutions can be developed very quickly to help innovative embedded products to get to market faster.
The FRAMOS team will present their range of products and solutions in Hall 1 at booth C42.