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FRAMOS Enlists RidgeRun to Boost Software Strength

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MUNICH, Germany, March 7, 2024 — Industrial imaging company FRAMOS has established a strategic partnership with RidgeRun, a developer of embedded software for systems on chips. FRAMOS expects the collaboration to boost integration efficiency between hardware and software components, which would enable optimized performance and quicker time to market for imaging applications such as automotive, industrial automation, and consumer electronics.

According to RidgeRun’s website, the company provides custom software development services and packaged software to reduce development time and simplify engineering of embedded software. RidgeRun provides application deployment and optimization, computer vision algorithms, AI model architecture, and Linux driver development.


Published: March 2024
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