‘New image processing paradigma in embedded vision: Camera-integrated 3D laser triangulation’
The EMVA proudly announces that Dr. Thomas Däubler, CTO at NET New Electronic Technology, will present a use case at the first edition of Embedded VISION Europe.
Thomas Däubler joined NET New Electronic Technology GmbH as CTO in 2015. He shapes NET’s roadmap incl. industrial and medical cameras under consideration of new technologies and market demand. In future, NET’s open camera concept will provide a wider basis for camera-embedded vision solutions. Prior to joining NET, Thomas worked in product development, product management, and business development for test systems and machine vision solutions. He holds a PhD in physics from University of Potsdam.
Abstract of Thomas’ presentation:
Smart vision camera manufacturer NET New Electronic Technology has supported digMAR, an Austrian solution provider, to develop a custom embedded 3D inspection system for textile cuttings. Due to the extra-wide web and fast inspection speed conventional image processing solutions (PC-controlled camera systems) are not capable to process the big data streams in time on the PC. The open camera concept allows a considerable reduction of data to be processed by the PC for real-time quality control. This is done by shifting tasks from PC to the camera-embedded FPGA of NET´s standard GigE Vision cameras. The open camera concept enables customers to implement own algorithms in the camera or smart vision system for unique embedded vision solutions without supplementary vision hardware.
The debut of EMVA’s brandnew conference Embedded VISION Europe, supplemented by an already well booked table top exhibition, will take place 12-13 October 2017 in Stuttgart.
Find all conference details at www.embedded-vision-emva.org