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Framos joins Embedded Vision Alliance

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Imaging specialist Framos has become a corporate member of the Embedded Vision Alliance, the industry partnership of technology providers and end-product firms developing practical applications of computer vision.

Framos will collaborate with the Alliance to gain early insights into new markets, technologies, applications and standards, as well as having an increased influence over the direction of the industry.

Sebastian Dignard, Framos president and global head of sales, support and marketing, underlined the importance of joining the Embedded Vision Alliance: ‘Having enabled, participated and witnessed the evolution of imaging technology and applications over the last 36 years, Framos believes that the Embedded Vision Alliance is in a rare position to really push the industry forward. Our unique market position combined with our sensors to systems solutions approach is a natural fit, and we are anxious to contribute to the Alliance’s and market’s progression.’

‘We welcome Framos to the Embedded Vision Alliance,’ said Embedded Vision Alliance founder Jeff Bier. ’Computer vision is proliferating into a wide range of applications, such as smart cities, automobiles, and medical devices. Framos’ decades of imaging expertise will be invaluable as the company engages with the embedded vision ecosystem to address the needs of developers creating thousands of new, visually aware systems that are more intelligent, easier to use, safer and more responsive.’

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