SceneScan: Passive High-Speed Depth Sensing

SceneScan is Nerian's latest innovation for real-time 3D depth sensing through stereo vision. Unlike conventional depth cameras, stereo vision is a passive technology, which also works robustly in bright daylight. With the help of a powerful FPGA, SceneScan analyzes the image data from two cameras, and computes a depth map or a 3D point cloud at very high speeds. The system can process images at up to 100 fps and image resolutions up to 3 megapixels.

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SceneScan: Nerian's New Stereo Vision Sensor

September 28, 2017
Nerian introduces a high-performance successor for the proven SP1 system, which can process up to 100 frames per second, and image resolutions up to 3 megapixels.

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Stereo Vision IP Core supports Zynq UltraScale+

June 30, 2017
Nerian is among the first to support the new Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ SoCs, with our updated stereo vision IP core.

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SP1 Supports MATLAB

April 12, 2017
With the current software release for our SP1 stereo vision sensor, it is now possible to use MATLAB for processing the acquired 3D depth data in real-time.

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Nerian Expands Sales Team

March 27, 2017
Briefly established, young companies often fail in hiring skilled personnel, since graduates and young professionals mostly prefer established enterprises; this especially also holds for the machine vision industry. Given this circumstance, why not appoint an experienced senior freelancer?

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