AI box PC, auto annotation tool, 3D scanning improvements – Machine Vision News – 20 July 2020
In this episode of machine vision news you will see amazing AI industrial PCs, very fast and precise auto annotation tool for deep learning, image based code reader, a lot of 3D solutions and innovative camera concept.
Machine Vision News for machine vision, computer vision and automation engineers and all other machine vision enthusiasts.
V7 Darvin – auto annotate tool
V7 Darwin is an auto-annotate tool made by V7. This tool allows you to save up to 90% of your annotation time while matching human performance and to achieve pixel perfect annotation. V7’s Auto-Annotate tool uses active learning technology and works on any object – big, small, partial, or compound. Darwin’s API can be used with Pytorch, Keras, and Tensorflow.
ITG-100-AI — compact embedded PC for AI applications
The ITG-100-AI is a very compact embedded PC with preinstalled Mustang-AI card for AI applications.
This fanless DIN-rail embedded system is featured with Intel Vision Accelerator Design for AI Deep Learning. It is ideal for applications such as:
- Deep Learning Inference Systems;
- Object detection;
- Face recognition;
- Smart automation;
- Image processing
And much more.
Preinstalled Mustang-MPCIE-MX2 AI card is perfect for being implemented in AI edge computing device to reduce total power usage, providing longer duty time for the rechargeable edge computing equipment.
D415e – 3D camera from Framos
Framos has officially released the latest 3D-camera in their collection. The D415e is a ruggedized version of Intel®’s D415 USB camera providing Ethernet, GPIO, and locking connectors within IP66 enclosures. Camera is based on Intel’s® RealSense™ Technology and can be used for automated guided vehicles (AGVs), robotic pick and place systems or material handling devices.
AV900 – Industrial 9MP code reader from Datalogic
Datalogic released AV900 – high performance industrial 9MP image-based code reader for T&L applications. This reader is able to acquire 32 frames per second, it has dynamic or adjustable focus and multiple lens options. It can be used for logistic applications with high speed transportation systems.
Helios2 – ToF camera from Lucid Vision Labs
The Helios2 is a time of flight camera from Lucid Vision Labs. It combines a factory tough design with exceptional 3D precision and accuracy into a compact IP67 machine vision camera. Featuring Sony’s IMX556PLR DepthSense sensor, users are able to stream 3D point clouds in real time for use in a variety of industrial applications. It has 0.3 MP resolution and 30 FPS frame rate. It also supports GigE vision and GenICam interfaces.
Gocator 6.0 – major software update from LMI Technologies
LMI Technologies announced the official launch of Gocator 6.0 software. This is a major release that introduces significant user interface improvements for enhanced productivity.
New version’s features are:
- Tools diagram for easy viewing and managing relationships between tools;
- Multi-measurement data viewing for increased workflow efficiency;
- Multi-window data viewing for faster development and troubleshooting;
- Dashboard data viewing for greater visibility into measurement results;
- Possibility to pair different models from the same Gocator 3D line profiler series for increased scanning flexibility;
- And much more.
RCX-1000 PEG – powerful Box PC from Vecow
Vecow’s RCX-1000 PEG is a new high performance Box PC. It is powered by 9th Gen Intel Xeon processor and integrated with NVIDIA-based graphics engine to ensure safety, reliability and durability. It can be used in challenging tasks, such as multi-camera systems or deep learning applications.
Flex-Eye – innovative camera concept from JAI
JAI A/S introduced Flex-Eye, which is a new and innovative camera concept that gives vision system designers the ability to customize the size and location of wavebands in JAI’s Fusion Series 2-CMOS and 3-CMOS prism-based multispectral cameras.
By combining the Flex-Eye customization process with JAI’s existing and proven Fusion Series prism-based cameras, vision system designers can now tailor-make a multispectral camera that looks at specific visible and near infrared waveband ranges to meet the exact requirements of different vision applications.
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