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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Visit Nerian at AUTOMATICA

June 04, 2018
Convince yourself of our extremely powerful FPGA-based stereo vision systems and visit us from June 19 – 21 at AUTOMATICA in Munich.

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Online Lecture on Nerian's new SceneScan System

May 11, 2018
Dr. Konstantin Schauwecker gave a talk on our new SceneScan Stereo Sensor System at this year's SpectroNet conference, which is now available online.

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Nerian's Stereo Vision Technology Used for Autonomous MAVs

May 10, 2018
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh have used Nerian's stereo vision technology for designing an autonomous Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV).

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New video demonstrating SceneScan's 3D vision capabilities

March 12, 2018
Watch the new product video of our SceneScan 3D sensor system to see it's real-time 3D vision capabilities.

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