Greg Blackman reports on the buzz surrounding embedded vision at the Vision Stuttgart trade fair, which took place from 6 to 8 November
Silicon Software (1C72) will have a demonstrator showing a high-speed deep learning application on FPGA, detecting six different defects on reflecting metallic surfaces with high accuracy.
The company will present its MicroEnable 5 Marathon DeepVCL, an FPGA-programmable deep learning frame grabber for production. For users of the VisualApplets graphical development environment, the Camera Link board can be used for deep learning inference. The MicroEnable 5 Marathon VCLx with the same computing power can be used for complex VisualApplets solutions.
Silicon Software has moved into new headquarters in Mannheim, Germany
The transaction sees Basler gain Silicon Software’s image acquisition cards and software technology, including Silicon Software’s Visual Applets FPGA programming environment
Deep learning technology will be in abundance at the upcoming Vision show in Stuttgart from 6 to 8 November, where first-time exhibitors Sualab, Deepsense, and Neadvance will show AI solutions
Silicon Software has introduced two new members to its MicroEnable 5 Marathon CXP family
An industrial embedded vision interface and the merits of merging the CoaXPress and Camera Link HS standards will both be discussed during the International Vision Standards Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany from 14 to 18 May
Matthew Dale reports from a VDMA CEO round table event, where European vision firms were warned that they must adapt to compete in emerging markets
Silicon Software presents the external image acquisition and processing device LightBridge 2 VCL with double the bandwidth and flexible power supply requirements
The German engineering association VDMA, in cooperation with frame grabber manufacturer Silicon Software, will host around 150 industry experts at the next International Vision Standards Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, on 14-18 May
Greg Blackman speaks to Torsten Wiesinger at Lucid Vision Labs, one of the newest industrial camera manufacturers on the block
A combination of vision, sensor and deep learning technologies are creating extraordinary developments in retail, writes Matthew Dale
Machine vision technology is improving quality control in automotive manufacturing, writes Andrew Williams
Keely Portway investigates the latest advances in 3D vision equipment, and how they could open up new industrial imaging applications