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Silicon Software

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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.

New CoaXPress frame grabbers and VisualApplets version 3.1 will also be displayed, as well as information about frame grabber hardware it plans to release with next generation interfaces: CXP-12, 10 GigE and NBase-T.