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23 09, 2019

Stemmer Imaging Machine Vision Technology Forum 2019

For the fourth time, the European Imaging Academy's Image Processing Technology Forum will take place two days near Munich and four times in other European countries. More than 50 presentations by leading international manufacturers and experts will show the entire spectrum of today's machine vision and take a look at tomorrow. Beginners

20 08, 2019

VisualApplets Workshops in 4th Quarter

Silicon Software offers an extensive training program for you to learn the award winning VisualApplets graphical FPGA development environment in an optimal fashion. VisualApplets was developed by Silicon Software to empower software and applications engineers to use FPGA accelerated hardware based image processing in their solutions. Its graphical approach via data flow models greatly simplifies

13 08, 2019

EMVA Board of Directors Meeting at Silicon Software

On July 17, the EMVA Board of Directors met at our premises, which meets four times a year at different locations for intensive consultations. This includes first getting an up-to-date overview of the basic topics such as finances, membership development, marketing and editorial plan. Other important topics are the further development of machine vision standards

2 08, 2019

Change in the Management

Handover of the management on the International Sales Meeting In our company there has been a personnel change within the management. Dr. Klaus-Henning Noffz, founder and managing director of Silicon Software GmbH for 22 years, many of them together with Dr. Ralf Lay, will relinquish this task and assume strategic tasks for

15 07, 2019

International Sales Meeting 2019 – “Increasing Opportunities”

Presentations, discussions, voting - all participants actively involved Our International Sales Meeting 2019 took place at the Technoseum in Mannheim, which was perhaps an unusual venue but very suitable for the occasion. This museum vividly presents the history of industrialization over the last 200 years. This is how groundbreaking technical inventions

29 05, 2019

VisualApplets Workshops in 3rd Quarter

Silicon Software offers an extensive training program for you to learn the award winning VisualApplets graphical FPGA development environment in an optimal fashion. VisualApplets was developed by Silicon Software to empower software and applications engineers to use FPGA accelerated hardware based image processing in their solutions. Its graphical approach via data flow models greatly simplifies

3 05, 2019

With an Own Booth on New-Tech 2019 in Israel

At New-Tech, Israel's largest and most important high-tech and electronics trade fair, we will be represented with our own booth (19C) from 28 to 29 May 2019 among more than 150 participating companies. There we will present our hardware and software portfolio with a focus on deep learning and for high-speed applications

24 04, 2019

FPGA Congress 2019 with a Wide Variety of Topics

FPGA technologies have made a real evolutionary leap, requiring new approaches and solutions from both hardware and software developers. At the FPGA Congress 2019 from 21 to 23 May such approaches will be presented, discussed and evaluated in more than 100 lectures and hands-on tutorials by more than 70 high-quality international speakers in a total

9 04, 2019

Deep Learning Frame Grabber Distinguished with VSD Award in Gold

Our "CNN ready" frame grabber microEnable 5 deepVCL was awarded with the "Vision Systems Design Innovators Award" in Gold in the category "frame grabbers and boards". The award ceremony took place at the Automate trade show in Chicago. The board is designed for hardware-accelerated CNN applications and processes even the most complex deep-learning applications in

27 03, 2019

Multispectral Image Processing for Tumor Surgeries

Use of image processing technology in operating rooms (image: Quest Medical Imaging BV) Quest Medical Imaging BV in the Netherlands offers image processing systems with proprietarily developed multispectral cameras for the visualization of cancers during surgery. More and more hospitals are benefiting from improved image quality for more precise surgery. The

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