Published- April 2023
Number Of Pages -93
With many camera systems used to record events, the majority of the data stays consistently the same from frame to frame, with only a small number of pixel clusters frequently changing values.
In other words, even if the data is the same as what was sent in the previous frame, the sensor is continuously integrating the entire field of view and delivering data from every pixel inside it.
Much of this pixel data is consistent from frame to frame while the camera is focused on a stationary scene, using up unnecessary bandwidth and computing power.
The problem is lessened by event-based vision sensors (EVS), which only transmit data from pixels that have detected an intensity change. By doing this, they can reduce both the amount of data transmitted via the sensor’s data bus and the amount of computing power required to evaluate the image.
Additionally, each pixel reacts independently to changes in illumination, enabling the sensor to detect minor and/or high frequency changes with less bandwidth usage.
The Global Event-Based Vision Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Prophesee Releases Metavision Intelligence Suite 3.0 (2023)
The package helps in delivering an accelerated path to explore and implement differentiated machine vision applications that leverage the performance and efficiency of event-based vision.
Automated sterility testing system (PureSentry) by Cambridge consultant (2022)
PureSentry system is a fully automated, real-time contamination detection system which uses the speed and sensitivity of event-based vision to deliver intelligent cell therapy
Driver monitoring solution by Xperi (2021)
The DTS system takes advantage of the highly efficient data processing capabilities of the HD Event-Based Vision sensor realized in collaboration between Sony and PROPHESEE, using the raw feed to enable specific driver monitoring features such as gaze tracking, head pose, identification, and eyelid opening
Two different kinds of stacked event-based vision sensors have been introduced by Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation. These industrial sensors have the smallest pixel size in the market—4.86 m—and are only able to detect changes in the subject.
Event-based vision sensors provide high-speed, low-latency data output by asynchronously detecting brightness changes for each pixel and only outputting the modified data while combining it with information on pixel position (xy coordinates) and time.
The 1/2.5-type IMX636 has a sensor with approximately 0.92 megapixels, while the 1/4.5-type IMX637 has a sensor with around 0.33 megapixels. The Ceramic LGA package is offered for both sensors.
Prophesee announced that the new Sony IMX636ES HD stacked Event-Based Vision sensor, developed in partnership with Sony and Prophesee, is now available for assessment by computer vision system developers.
This kit, known as the EVK4, is lightweight and small. The fully-featured EVK offers computer vision engineers a thoroughly tested option for quick application development and effective technology onboarding.
The kit is inherently compatible with Prophesee’s free, highly acclaimed software. Additionally, it offers access to the knowledge centre’s application notes, advanced documentation, community forums, and more. It also offers premium technical help.
CenturyArks Co. Ltd. announced the shipment of the first Event-Based Vision industrial grade camera powered by the bio-inspired hardware/software technology offered by Prophesee S.A, the inventor of the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision system.
The SilkyEvCam, an ultra-compact camera designed to address a wide range of industrial machine vision applications, makes use of the Prophesee Metavision sensor’s performance and efficiency, as well as the Metavision Intelligence Suite’s recently announced openness and flexibility.
This comprehensive solution provides customers with rapid time-to-market application-specific solutions in machine vision that are tailored to specific market needs.
iniVation, a market leader in event-based Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS) technology, announced the availability of its next-generation DAVIS346 sensor with USB3 interface. It has more than twice the resolution and a 30% smaller, more robust form factor than previous models. These improvements allow for fine resolution of detailed movements as well as solutions for industrial vision applications.
The iniVation DVS product family is the most comprehensive event-based vision solution. iniVation sensors come in a variety of resolutions and sizes, and they work with the leading open-source event-based software library.
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