Imago Technologies

Imago releases camera based on neuromorphic sensor

Machine vision camera maker Imago Technologies has built an industrial camera based on a vision sensor from Prophesee that operates along similar principals to human vision, rather than capturing frames like a standard CMOS sensor

Imago Technologies

Imago Technologies (1-458) will show its VisionCam Prophesee, a Linux-based smart camera able to analyse fast moving scenes. The sensor inside works more like a human eye than a classical area scan sensor.

Also on display will be the VisionCam Line Scan, a complete line scan system. The VisionCam contains a fast multi-core Arm CPU and uses the Halcon image processing library.

The board version of the entry-level VisionSensor will be introduced at the show, for OEMs that want to integrate the device into any kind of system or machine.

 

Well-oiled machine

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Imaging on the edge

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VisionCam LM

The new VisionCam LM is able to unify different components of a line scan application in a single device

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