Prophesee has once again been selected as part of the Silicon 60 – list of the hottest emerging electronics companies, as a member of the Class of 2018.
Prophesee Named Startup Technology of the Year at Global CEO Summit in China Prophesee had the opportunity to participate in the Global CEO Summit in Shenzhen, China, put on by AspenCore Group (publishers of EE Times and EDN). This conference focused on important...
Prophesee Unveils Breakthrough New Machine Vision Capabilities at VISION 2018 Bio-inspired, AI-based EBV (Event Based Vision) with ONBOARD reference system delivers new levels of performance for high-speed counting, real time tracking and vibration monitoring,...
Prophesee is honored to have received the Silver Award for Software Innovation, by AutoSens in the second annual award ceremony hosted in Brussels
Prophesee is proud to announce that Vision Systems Design has selected Prophesee as an honoree in its 2018 Innovators Awards.
A paper recently published by Prophesee’s team presents HATS: Histograms of Averaged Time Surfaces for Robust Event-based Object Classification.
Prophesee partners with GenSight Biologics to restore vision to the blind using event-based sensors and optogenetics Prophesee is happy to share the ISCAS 2018 Best Demo Award with GenSight Biologics ISCAS is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems...
Event-based vision functions like the eye and the brain to overcome inherent limitations of conventional machine vision.
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference 2018 - Prophesee will be attending the 2018 CVPR conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, from June 18th to 22nd. CVPR is the top conference in the world for computer vision, selectively uniting industry leaders to present...
Prophesee will present ONBOARD, the first event-based reference system, at CONTROL 2018 CONTROL trade fair 2018 - Prophesee will be attending CONTROL from April 24th to 27th in Stuttgart. CONTROL is an international trade fair for quality assurance uniting almost 900...
The committee awarded Prophesee the Innovation prize for its work on sensors for autonomous vehicles, describing Prophesee as “at the forefront on technological innovation in the sector” (“à la pointe des innovations technologiques du secteur”) for its development of the world’s first bio-inspired machine vision system.
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.
The inventor of the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision systems gains backing from a global electronics giant.
$40M funding raised in just 3 years
Chronocam, the inventor of the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision system is now Prophesee, a branding and identity transformation that reflects our expanded vision for revolutionizing how machines see.
Prophesee will be demoing its groundbreaking bioinspired machine vision at FUTUR.E.S hosted at the Cap Digital headquarters in Paris 10.