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L'imagerie neuromorphique révolutionne la vision artificielle Solution de rupture inspirée par le fonctionnement du cerveau humain et dédiée aux systèmes de vision artificielle et de cybervision, la technologie neuromorphique de vision pilotée par les événements qu’a développée la start-up française Chronocam, créée en 2014, arrive aujourd’hui à maturité. La jeune pousse qui cible plusieurs applications allant du domaine biomédical et scientifique à l'industrie et l'automobile explique...

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Chronocam, a developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and computer vision solutions has raised $15 million in Series B financing led by lead investor Intel Capital, along with iBionext, Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH, 360 Capital, CEAi and Renault Group.   A recent start-up company based in Paris, France, Chronocam was founded by an international group of scientists, entrepreneurs, and venture capital professionals whose exclusive goal is to develop, productize, and commercialize the...

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Chronocam start-up aims to help machines see like humans Christoph Posch, co-founder and CTO of Chronocam, discusses with Science|Business’ Daniel Echikson his company’s new sensor technology. Q. Could you explain the sensor technology your company is developing? What we’re doing is building eyes for machines. Our research has implications for technology such as self-driving cars and drones. Our cameras are actually inspired by biological eyes, by retinas, and by...

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Les spécialistes parisiens de Chronocam figurent parmi les grands espoirs des technologies nationales. Leur savoir-faire en matière de vision artificielle motive les plus grands noms de l’industrie. Intel Corp et Renault ont par exemple participé à une levée de fonds de 15 millions de dollars réalisée au mois d’octobre.   www.itnumeric.com  ...

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Chronocam Announces $15 Million Series B Funding from Intel Capital, iBionext, Robolution Capital, CEA Investissement, Renault, and Robert Bosch Venture Capital Investment to help productize and bring to market innovative bio-inspired vision technology that enables devices and machines to see   PARIS, France – Chronocam SA, a developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and computer vision solutions for automotive, IoT and other applications requiring vision processing, today announced it...

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Chronocam featured in the new report published by Woodside Capital Partners on ADAS/Autonomous Sensing Industry September 27, 2016, Palo Alto, CA – In-depth analysis of most recent technology developments and evaluation of current market trends coincides with firm’s Cars and Cocktails affair. Sensing systems are the most important enablers for adding intelligence in the automotive world. With Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) becoming common in high end cars, multiple cameras...

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BORDEAUX – 7 October 2016 – Chronocam took home top honors and the 5000 prize money at the 2016 INPHO Venture Summit, a highly regarded event for executives active in smart technologies including photonics and smart businesses. Chronocam was selected as the most promising start-up from the dozens that presented to key European and Silicon Valley C-level executives.   http://www.inpho-ventures.com/ . ...

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Chronocam selected to present unique approach to vision chips at 16th annual Venture Summit in New York   NEW YORK – 20 July, 2016 – Chronocam, a Paris-based developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and systems for computer vision and IoT applications, will provide an overview of its technology at the 2016 edition of the New York Venture Summit on July 21. The company was selected by the...

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Chronocam AS (Paris, France), a startup company that develops vision sensors for machine vision based on asynchronous pixel sensor technology, is already achieving success in automotive applications according to a Nikkei report.   www.analog-eetimes.com...

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