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VISION Award 2022 Finalists Announced

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Five candidates are shortlisted for the Vision Award 2022. Selected from 61 applications by the jury were Brighter AI, Edge Impulse,, Saccade Vision, and SWIR Vision Systems.

The five companies will present their innovations in a one-hour session during the Industrial Vision Days on Oct. 5, part of VISION 2022. Christian Ripperda, managing director of Interroll Innovation and a member of the jury, will deliver the laudatory speech and announce the winner.

Brighter AI
Berlin, Germany
Product: Deep Natural Anonymization Technology, a technology to protect personally identifiable information in image and video data. Automatically deletes and anonymizes personal information such as faces and license plates and generates a synthetic replacement that reflects the original attributes.

Edge Impulse
San Jose, California
Product: Faster Objects, More Objects (FOMO), a deep learning architecture that brings real-time object detection, tracking, and counting to microcontrollers.
Edge Impulse's FOMO. Courtesy of Edge Impulse.

Edge Impulse's FOMO. Courtesy of Edge Impulse.

Petah Tikva, Israel
Product: CAD2SCAN, a software solution that takes all available information from the CAD, including geometric and component specifications and specific inspection requirements, to plan the robot inspection, including the best 3D camera and illumination directions for each inspection and the optimal robot path.

Rehovot, Israel
Product: Saccade-MD, a feature-based static laser line scanner based on a special MEMS scanner for absolute scanning flexibility.
SWIR Vision Systems' Acuros CQD eSWIR camera series. Courtesy of SWIR Vision Systems.

SWIR Vision Systems' Acuros CQD eSWIR camera series. Courtesy of SWIR Vision Systems.

SWIR Vision Systems
Durham, North Carolina
Product: Acuros CQD eSWIR camera. Equipped with colloidal quantum dot sensors, these cameras provide sensitivity from 400 to 2000 nm, increasing the usable SWIR spectrum by more than 40% with wider spectral bandwidths still possible.

The VISION Award has been presented since 1996, annually from 1996-2012, biennially from 2014-2018, and in 2021.
Aug 2022
machine vision
Interpretation of an image of an object or scene through the use of optical noncontact sensing mechanisms for the purpose of obtaining information and/or controlling machines or processes.
A precisely defined series of steps that describes how a computer performs a task.
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