Embedded in Lucid Vision Labs' hardware, the Sony IMX500 sensor combined with Sony’s AITRIOS™ edge AI sending platform, reduces processing time, power consumption, and the overall cost of deploying edge and visual AI. AITRIOS allows integrators to create all-in-one, chip-to-software AI vision solutions, enabling businesses to effortlessly find, deploy, and maintain AI applications that improve business outcomes.Register Now
Join us for a 40-minute webinar presented by Sony Semiconductor Solutions Americas’ VP of Technology and Business Innovation, Mark Hanson, and Edmund Optics' Director of Imaging, Nicholas Sischka, to understand the nuance between AI, Edge AI, and Vision AI; what makes Sony AITRIOS unique; and how Lucid Vision Labs is putting the IMX500 sensor to action. At the conclusion participants will have a strong understanding around:
Apply AI, edge learning, and deep learning to your own applications and technologies. As the future of AI advances, it is key to stay on the forefront of the latest platforms and innovation. Learn how Edmund Optics and Sony AITRIOS can help you find a solution.
At Sony Semiconductors Solutions of America, Mark demonstrates and evangelizes the business value of “Extreme Edge Visual AI” solutions like the AITRIOS Edge AI platform and the unique AI-integrated Intelligent Vision Sensor – the world’s first. Mark and team work to ensure the industry makes the shift from AI/ML as experimental to a wide variety of scalable, real-world applications for use by developers, partners and customers alike. His 30+ year career in technology includes time at Synnex, Compaq Computers, HP, Webroot and Sony.
Whether challenging the status quo in business innovation, delivering powerful lead vocals in his San Francisco-based rock band or building a robotic astronomical observatory from scratch, Mark’s energy, passion and vision motivate and help him build world-class teams that deliver successful business outcomes.
Nick Sischka is the Director of Imaging Product Development at Edmund Optics’ Cherry Hill, NJ, USA office. Specializing in optics for vision systems, Nick supports imaging and machine vision customers with application knowledge and design assistance for modification or customization requirements. Additionally, Nick serves as the A3 (Association for Advancing Automation) NextGen Chair and teaches on the A3 Education Committee. He holds a B.S in Optical Sciences and Engineering from the University of Arizona.