Allied Vision

The panel discussion at Embedded World in June. Credit: VDMA and Framos

Embedded vision: plug-and-smile!

Anne Wendel, VDMA Machine Vision, reports on what was said during a vision panel discussion at Embedded World earlier in the year

Engineers at KYB in front of a pick-and-place solution for handling steel metal cylinders. Credit: Pickit

Green light for automation

Car manufacturing has been hit hard by Covid-19, but the need for automation on production lines has not diminished, as Greg Blackman finds out

The panel discussion at the Embedded World trade fair

Power at the edge

Matthew Dale looks at what it will take to increase the adoption of embedded vision

Allied Vision

In its seminar, Allied Vision will give an overview of the machine vision and embedded vision worlds, and what differentiates them. With the rise of powerful single board computers and system on modules, machine vision and embedded vision are moving closer together. Even though the pure processing power of embedded systems still falls behind traditional PC-based systems, they often employ dedicated hardware to accelerate certain tasks directly on the board.

Basler wins award at Embedded World show

Basler's embedded vision development kit, which won an Embedded World award, along with numerous other vision technology for embedded processing, was on display during the Embedded World trade fair at the end of February in Nuremberg, Germany


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