Teledyne DALSA introduced a new version of its Sapera Vision software, which includes enhancements for Astrocyte, a graphical AI training tool, and Sapera Processing, an image and Al library processing tool. These enhancements include a mechanism for handling large images at native resolution to avoid losing precision on very small defects or objects and a second mechanism for preparing images for training and inference without distorting the original aspect ratio. This version of the software also includes two new algorithms: one for anomaly detection with better performance on low to medium resolutions and another for object detection with higher performance and a smaller footprint. According to Teledyne DALSA, Sapera Vision Software is ideal for applications such as surface inspection on metal plates, localization and identification of hardware parts, vehicle detection and segmentation, and noise reduction on medical images. x-rays.
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Contact: Teledyne DALSA
Headquarter: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Product: Sapera vision software
Main characteristics: Supports GigE Vision, USB Vision, CameraLink HS and CoaXPress interfaces; AI based API for image acquisition and processing; Intuitive user interface
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