Arrow Electronics demonstrates advanced machine vision development capabilities at VISION show
Arrow Electronics will be exhibiting at VISION, the world’s leading trade fair for machine vision, in Stuttgart (hall 8, booth C-33). The company will showcase a range of technologies, building blocks, and support services that help accelerate the development of embedded systems essential for machine vision applications.
Operating at the heart of an ecosystem containing the leading suppliers of hardware, software and image processing technology, Arrow is able to guide and assist companies on their product development paths. Starting with ready-made development boards and design tools, Arrow can supply a host of system level blocks that help reduce time-to-market. From advanced components, systems-on-chip and wireless modules through to complete system solutions with operating systems, Arrow offers a flexible range of solutions to match customer needs. Particular areas of expertise include artificial intelligence (AI), Industry 4.0, security and cloud integration.
eInfochips, an Arrow company that has developed more than 100 vision-based solutions, will demonstrate its design expertise in areas including: camera systems, video management, cloud enablement, and video analytics. eInfochips offers a complete camera design service, from new product development through to testing and certification. It has created a hardware platform agnostic camera framework that fast tracks development, as well as offering a range of systems-on-modules, which remove a significant part of the development burden that is non-specific to the end application.
Highlights of the Arrow booth at VISION will be various robotics demonstrations as well as vision-based AI and autonomous machines, which combine the Arrow ecosystem building blocks into solutions that can be used as accelerators for customers designs.
These solutions can serve as a foundation for various use cases such as industrial robots, warehouse robots, power tools, delivery systems, agricultural devices and autonomous guided vehicles.