Vecow has recently forged a partnership with Stereolabs, a depth and motion sensing solution, to combine Vecow edge AI computing systems with Stereolabs’ ZED stereo cameras.
This collaboration aims to accelerate the development of spatial AI applications for various industries, including autonomous robots, mobile mapping, smart manufacturing and digital twin applications. Together, the companies say they provide a high-performance and reliable solution for 3D vision advancements and successful business deployments.
Thomas Su, the vice president at Vecow, has voiced his enthusiasm about launching this 3D vision solution through the company’s collaboration with Stereolabs.
“By combining Vecow’s advanced computing platforms with Stereolabs’ cutting-edge sensing technology based on human stereo vision, we are not only providing our customers with a powerful and seamless solution but also creating new business opportunities,” Su continues.
Vecow, a Nvidia Jetson partner, offers a range of compact computing solutions with its EAC Series. Powered by NvidiaJetson Orin and Xavier platforms, the company says these solutions are well-suited for mobile robots, high-speed AOI, public security, medical imaging and real-time streaming analytics at the edge.
Further, Vecow says its ECX-3000 Series provides powerful, expandable and rugged AI-enabled capabilities. With high-speed USB interfaces supporting up to 20 Gbps data transfer rate, it is ideal for real-time vision technology.
Meanwhile, Stereolabs says it offers a comprehensive platform for Spatial AI at the edge, featuring multi-sensor smart stereo cameras, the ZED SDK and integrations with ROS, Unity, OpenCV and deep learning frameworks. The new ZED X is an industrial-grade camera built for robots, with an IP66 rating, Neural Depth Engine 2 and field operation features.
Cecile Schmollgruber, the CEO of Stereolabs, supports Vecow’s EAC Series. By utilizing Vecow’s rugged designs, GMSL2 camera interface and jointly developed driver, Schmollgruber says developers can enhance various applications that require reliable connectivity, performance and accuracy.
“Vecow’s is also the first system to support up to four cameras in a 360-degree view,” Schmollgruber adds.
Earlier this year, Vecow partnered with Allxon to enable remote device management of Vecow’s edge computing hardware platform. The collaboration integrates Allxon’s SaaS-in-Chip into Vecow’s EAC-5000, allowing easy edge AI device remote management, the companies say.
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