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Chronocam joins the "Imaging Solutions for Automotive" conference in Tokyo Chronocam is invited to join the "Imaging Solutions for Automotive" conference organised by NIKKEI in Tokyo on the 1st of June. Luca Verre, Chronocam's CEO, will present the benefits of Chronocam's sensing and processing technology to tackle today's major challenges in ADAS. http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp...

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Nikkei Electronics (05/2016 issue) has published an article about Chronocam.  The article introduces Chronocam as a venture company that is trying to shift vision from imaging to sensing delivering a new technology that is able to reduce power consumption, increase dynamic range and acquire fast moving objects. http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/...

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Chronocam to present industry’s first bio-inspired approach to vision chips at Image Sensors Conference in London   Company founder Christoph Posch to provide overview of game-changing technology on March 17.   PARIS – 8 March, 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 Image Sensors Conference, on...

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Schubin introduced Silicon Retina, a presentation of iNiLabs co-founder Tobi Delbruck at an IBM Research Cognitive Systems Colloquium. “In the retinal mode, each pixel responds when there’s a change,” said Schubin. “What if we could do what our eyes do in a camera? There would be no frames.” Delbruck’s idea is catching on elsewhere; French company Chronocam Technology is also working on this technology.   http://www.etcentric.org...

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PARIS — For centuries, our desire to reproduce accurate, pretty images for “human consumption” has driven the advancements of camera technologies. But what if we were to change the premise and design image sensors for computers to see and analyze the information? In that case, the fundamental data an image sensor needs to capture—and how each pixel should operate—would change completely. Further, processing would be reinvented...

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...a French company, Chronocam, has a neuromorphic-based vision camera and sensors that could change the meaning of instant replay for the NFL. The camera and sensors are biologically inspired by how the brain and eye work in tandem to process images. Chronocam’s camera and sensors can adapt vast changes in brightness, detect edges, signal temporal change and detect motion, like the human eye...   http://www.forbes.com...

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Chronocam names imaging and vision chip veteran Jaffard as strategic advisor   Long-time ST Microelectronics executive to help guide Paris start-up in quest to commercialize first bio-inspired approach to computer vision   PARIS – 19 January, 2016 – Chronocam, a Paris-based developer of biologically-inspired vision sensors and systems for computer vision and IoT applications, today announced that veteran semiconductor executive and noted expert on the imaging industry Jean-Luc Jaffard...

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