Overview

The IDS Industrial Vision Days are a great possibility to get in-depth information on our products and learn more about market trends such as artificial intelligence, deep learning and robot vision. With interesting lectures, product demonstrations and carefully chosen venues, we guarantee an exciting and instructive experience. Registration and participation is free. We recommend to register early, because the number of participants is limited.
 
Take the chance to improve your understanding of AI-based and 3D image processing, see our latest product developments in action, listen to different talks and discuss your questions with our team!

Participate in Leicester

Date: 14th May 2019

Time: 9 am - 3 pm, site visit possible until 4 pm

Location: National Space Centre, Exploration Drive, Leicester

Participate in London

Date: 16th May 2019

Time: 9 am - 3 pm, site visit possible until 5 pm

Location: HMS Belfast, The Queen's Walk, London

The following sections provide you with additional information:

Preview: industrial cameras with artificial intelligence
Next generation industry builds on interconnected intelligent devices.
 
The IDS NXT product line provides an industrial grade camera platform capable of performing pioneering image processing on board. The dedicated FPGA-based accelerators of the upcoming models IDS NXT rio and rome enable users to harness the accuracy, convenience, and versatility of deep learning algorithms. Renowned neural network models can be implemented using popular frameworks such as Keras and translated for the IDS NXT accelerator. Once loaded onto the camera, the accelerator switches between models within milliseconds and thus quickly adjusts to tasks of varying complexity.
 
Preview: stereo cameras for 3D applications and robot vision
From pick & place to quality assurance: Ensenso 3D cameras from IDS prove themselves in a wide variety of applications.
 
The next model to join the N- and X-series is Ensenso XR, the first variant to feature on-board processing. This means that it calculates 3D point clouds itself and transfers them via Gigabit Ethernet or WiFi to a host PC for further analysis. Advantages are faster data processing and lower utilization of network and computer. Ensenso XR is therefore ideally suited for multi-camera systems, since, for example, the load on bandwidth and connected PCs are critical factors for the success of such scenarios.