Chronocam says its computer vision technology, “which mimics the human brain”, gathers data to improve the performance, range, and power efficiency of cameras in various use cases. It describes its tech as biologically-inspired.
Sensing systems need to be faster to meet the demand of new technologies, commented Chronocam CEO Luca Verre.
“For example, autonomous vehicles require faster sensing systems which can operate in a wider variety of ambient conditions,” he said. “In the IoT segment, power budgets, bandwidth requirements and integration within sensor networks make today’s vision technologies impractical and ineffective.”
“The world is becoming increasingly connected and intelligent. And computer vision is a key enabler of this trend, particularly for the automotive industry and Internet of Things,” added Wendell Brooks, president of Intel Capital.