Time-of-Flight Sensors: How Do I Choose and How Do I Integrate Them? Basler’s Mark Hebbel to Speak at Embedded Vision Summit
The Embedded Vision Alliance is a worldwide industry partnership that brings together technology providers who are enabling innovative and practical applications for computer vision. The alliance is organizing the only event dedicated to deployable computer vision and deep learning: the Embedded Vision Summit.
The summit will take place from May 1-3 2017 in Santa Clara, California. As a visitor you can join leading technologists and industry luminaries finding new ways to create innovative products using visual intelligence, hear how computer vision will impact the business of technology, and gain new insights and know-how about computer vision enabling technologies, applications and markets.
One of the speakers at this year’s summit is Mark Hebbel, Head of New Business Development at Basler. He will talk about Time-of-Flight sensors and explains how to choose and integrate them.
3D digitalization of the world is becoming more and more important. This additional dimension of information allows more real-world perception challenges to be solved in a wide range of applications. Time-of-flight (ToF) sensors are one way to obtain depth information, and several time-of-flight sensors are available on the market. In Mark’s presentation, the strengths and weaknesses of ToF sensors will be discussed. Mark will explain how to choose them based on your specifications, and where to get them. It will also briefly be discussed what you should watch out for when incorporating ToF sensors into your systems. Prospects on the future of ToF technology will close the talk.
Intrigued by this? Come and see Mark Hebbel at the Embedded Vision Summit in the Santa Clara Convention Center on May 2, 2017. Register now using promotional code Basler17 to get a 10 % discount!