GML and Framos to launch AI vision at Vision Stuttgart
GrAI Matter Labs will release a vision computing platform for running low-latency AI algorithms - together with 3D cameras from Framos - at the Vision show in Stuttgart from tomorrow.
GrAI Matter Labs (GML) develops low latency computing solutions for edge AI processing. Framos and GML will launch Life-Ready AI for industrial vision platforms at Vision, which combines GML’s vision inference processor with Framos’s D435e depth camera.
The edge computing platform is designed for application development in orientation and tracking for robots, navigation of autonomous transport systems, and other industrial IoT automation.
The platform offers IP66-rated cameras, or board-level modules for flexible integration into industrial designs, both with M12 Ethernet and M8 power connectors.
Christian Verbrugge, senior director business development at GML Europe, said the combination of GML's AI chips and Framos' D400e depth camera series will enable many types of new low-latency applications in industrial manufacturing. It will allow AI processing to be brought closer to where data is generated.
‘This collaboration enables us to realise the full potential of end-point AI, allowing for actionable insights into manufacturing operations to improve productivity and lower costs,’ he said.
Ferdinand Reitze, Framos product manager 3D, added: ‘GML successfully reduced the footprint of AI inference at the edge, while achieving best results, speed and low latency. Together with our D400e series, the Life-Ready AI chips will enable new ways to resolve today’s and tomorrow’s challenges in robotics and automation for our customers.’