FRAMOS to showcase automation solutions at the largest robotics and automation show in North America

FRAMOS will be joining more than 800 game-changing exhibitors at the Automate Show from May 6th to May 9th, 2024, at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, USA.

Ottawa, Canada, April 15, 2024 - FRAMOS, a leading global expert in vision systems dedicated to innovation and excellence in enabling devices to see and think, is pleased to announce its presence at the Automate Show 2024 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.


FRAMOS will be joining more than 800 game-changing exhibitors at the Automate Show from May 6th to May 9th, 2024, at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, USA.

Automate is a tradeshow and conference organized by the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) where the largest solutions-based showcase of automation, robotics, vision, motion control, and other automation technologies in North America.

"Automation is about efficiency. And our Sony Sensors and Embedded Vision Solutions enable devices to see and think, powering the Vision of Things (VoT) of the future.As a Member of the A3 Association for Advancing Automation we are proud to showcase to our customers how to capitalize on this!" - Christian Heimann, FRAMOS Global Sales Director

At FRAMOS booth #5421 visitors will be able to explore live demonstration of their newly launched FSM:GO optical image sensor modules for embedded vision systems that provide the best-in-class Off-The-Shelf image quality as well as visual representation of the well-known FRAMOS D400e product line of industrial 3D depth cameras for the industrial and ruggedized environment.

On the 9th of May at the Automate Innovation Stage, Sam Leboe, Product Manager at FRAMOS will give an expert talk on "Navigating the Challenges of Building an Optical Module for Embedded Vision."

Explore the next-generation embedded optical sensor module that simplifies vision systems development

FSM:GO is a comprehensive series of deployable optical sensor modules that offers a curated selection of pre-selected sensors paired with optimally focused lenses to deliver superior Off-The-Shelf image quality.

This latest innovation from FRAMOS represents a significant step forward in simplifying the embedded vision development process, making it cost-effective and time-efficient.

FSM:GO modules are featuring the latest Sony Starvis2 color image sensors with 2MP (IMX662), 8MP (IMX678), or 12MP (IMX676), each with a suite of lens options, adaptable to multiple fields of view, diverse lighting situations, and varying working ranges, making the modules versatile for a wide array of applications.

Accompanied by a complete suite of necessary hardware components, ensuring seamless integration with prominent platforms such as NVIDIA's® Jetson™ and NXP i.MX8MP. This compatibility harnesses the power of leading embedded processing platforms to maximize performance.

FSM:GO optical sensor modules are suitable for a broad spectrum of applications, including sports and security, as well as enhance the capabilities of conferencing cameras, drones, smart traffic systems, industrial automation, surveying, mapping, and logistics.

3D and Depth Sensing Technology with FRAMOS portfolio of D400e cameras

FRAMOS will highlight its portfolio of D400e series depth-sensing cameras. These 3D depth cameras are designed specifically for industrial environments and utilize advanced Intel® RealSense™ stereo depth sensing technology to perform exceptionally well in any lighting condition. They can be deployed in even the most demanding environments thanks to their long cable lengths and robust M12 connectors. D400e series 3D depth cameras are high-resolution active stereo cameras suitable for indoor and outdoor applications in various lighting conditions.

Expert talk with FRAMOS Product Manager

On the 9th of May from 10:30 - 11:00 AM at the Automate Innovation Stage, Sam Leboe, Product Manager at FRAMOS, will give an expert talk on "Navigating the Challenges of Building an Optical Module for Embedded Vision".

In this session, FRAMOS expert Sam Leboe will share some of the common challenges encountered during the process of designing and manufacturing embedded vision systems. Other covered topics will include the impact of electrical design on imaging performance, how to implement image processing pipelines on popular platforms, and maintain quality while scaling into mass production. Based on FRAMOS' experience of over 40 years in imaging, attendees can be better informed when considering whether to build or buy an optical sensor module.

To find out more about imaging solutions from FRAMOS, visitors at the Automate show are invited to book an appointment with the company's Imaging Experts, who will be available for meetings throughout the event.

The FRAMOS team is looking forward to welcoming visitors to booth #5421 and providing insights into their comprehensive range of technologies for embedded vision applications. 



About FRAMOS:

FRAMOS® is the leading global expert in vision systems, dedicated to innovation and excellence in enabling devices to see and think.   

For more than 40 years, the company has supported clients worldwide in building pioneering vision systems, empowering breakthroughs in diverse sectors. 

Throughout all phases of vision system development and deployment, companies rely on FRAMOS' proven expertise in component selection, consulting, customization, prototyping, and mass production. Leveraging a broad portfolio of services as well as hardware and software solutions, the experts at FRAMOS are committed to delivering state-of-the-art imaging solutions for the world of tomorrow.  

Thanks to its customer-centric focus and its excellence in engineering, production and supply chain management, FRAMOS has successfully established a large base of loyal customers in all major sectors and industries.  

 FRAMOS is a global company with over 180 employees serving the European, American, and Asia-Pacific markets. The main offices are in Germany, Canada, the USA, Italy, and Croatia, while the company also has a local presence in China and Japan.  

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