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Machine vision news round-up: from Deep Learning, to a busy October

Every Friday we give you a snap shot of the week’s machine vision news; some we’re covered, some we’re about to cover and some we just don’t want you to miss.

We started the week with an informative interview with Jeff Bier, Founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance. It talked about the possibilities of Deep Learning, the influence of this technology on computer vision and the first Deep Learning training event in Germany, based on Google´s open source framework, TensorFlow.

Then Vision UK told us what they plan for 11 and 12 October, 2017, at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry (UK). And I’m not sure why, but I have now have three related shows to attend in the matter of three days. There’s Vision UK on the Wednesday and Thursday, there’s Robotics & Automation on the same days (in Milton Keynes) and across in Stuttgart, there’s the European Embedded Vision Conference. It’s going to be a busy time.

We were also told that SICK had launched its first industrial imaging camera to capture high resolution 3D data.

And Baumer released CMOS cameras with exposure times of just 1 µs.

SPIE Photonics West reminded us that if you want to submit an abstract paper, you’ve got less than five days. Have a look now.

Edmund Optics gives us great insight on the next generation of spherical lenses. Check it out.

Banner Engineering asked us what is the difference between a true color sensor and a color registration mark sensor? Find out.

And don’t forget to check out our sister site RoboPro Magazine. So that’s it for now, have a great weekend and see you soon.