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ARTICLE: EE Times

In the fast-growing markets for factory automation, IoT, and autonomous vehicles, CMOS image sensors appear destined for a role capturing data not for human consumption but for machines to see what they need to make sense of the world.

Prophesee at FUTUR.E.S

Prophesee will be demoing its groundbreaking bioinspired machine vision at FUTUR.E.S hosted at the Cap Digital headquarters in Paris 10.

VIDEO: Bio-Inspired Solutions for Artificial Vision

Luca Verre, CEO & Founder of Chronocam, explains what is meant by bio-inspired vision and why today it is more important than ever to rethink computer vision. PARIS, October 27, 2017 – Luca Verre, CEO and co-founder of Chronocam, was invited to take the stage at Hello...

Interview Luca Verre at AutoSens 2017

Luca Verre, CEO and Co-founder of Chronocam, interviewed by Carl Antony for AutoSens TV Exploring Chronocam's bio-inspired machine vision, CEO Luca Verre chats with AutoSens TV and demonstrates how the technology can be deployed for autonomous vehicles and how it...

Chronocam at Web Summit

Web Summit 2017 – Chronocam CEO Luca Verre will be attending Web Summit 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal on November 9th as a guest of Intel Capital. Web Summit is Europe’s largest tech conference and brings together more than 65,000+ startups, investors, media and...

Article: "Start as you mean to go on"

"Start as you mean to go on", Greg Blackman, Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, (13/10/17)   In his article, Greg Blackman asks what it takes to commercialise new imaging technology. "Start-ups are the lifeblood of any industry, some might say. They are the foundation...

Chronocam wins Electron d’Or

Chronocam wins prestigious Electron d'Or recognised by industry peers for its high performance vision system and its partnership with Renault (in French) La 20è édition des Electrons d'Or, qui sont décernés chaque année par la revue Electroniques, s'est tenue le mardi...

Article: "Camera mimics human brain"

"Quick-Thinking AI Camera Mimics the Human Brain", Dhananjay Khadilkar, Scientific American, (22/06/17)   Researchers in Europe are developing a camera that will literally have a mind of its own, with brainlike algorithms that process images and light sensors that...

Article: "How machines will see"

Luca Verre, CEO and Co-founder of Chronocam, contributes to the World Economic Forum Agenda blog and explains "How a new generation of machines will ‘see’ like humans" "Much has been written and discussed about the merging of the physical, digital and biological...