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Vecow Partners with Stereolabs to Accelerate Spatial AI Deployments

This partnership provides a comprehensive and performance-driven vision solutions with Vecow EAC Series based on the NVIDIA Jetson Platforms and 13th Gen Intel® Core™ Platforms for 3D applications at the Edge.

New Taipei City, Taiwan, September 11, 2023 – Vecow today announced its partnership with Stereolabs, a leading provider of depth and motion sensing solutions based on stereo vision. The two companies are collaborating on a solution that integrates Vecow Edge AI Computing Systems and Stereolabs’ ZED stereo cameras to spatial AI applications, especially for Autonomous Robots, Mobile Mapping, 3D Analytics, Smart Manufacturing, In-vehicle Computing and Digital Twin applications. This strategic partnership offers a high-performance and trusted solution to accelerate 3D vision developments and win-win business deployments.

Vecow is an NVIDIA Jetson partner. Powered by advanced NVIDIA Jetson Orin and NVIDIA Jetson Xavier Platform, Vecow EAC Series provides performance-driven compact portfolio, including EAC-6000, EAC-5000, EAC-3000 and EAC-2000 Series. The series leverages NVIDIA Jetson technologies and is an ideal computing engine for Mobile Robots, Public Security, High-speed AOI, Medical Imaging, and any real-time streaming analytics applications at the edge.

Furthermore, the Vecow ECX-3000 Series, powered by the latest 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processor, offers powerful, expandable, and rugged AI-enabled capabilities. This series supports USB interfaces with a high data transfer rate of up to 20Gbps, making it well-suited for the real-time vision technology. 

Vecow provides a fully integrated solution of NVIDIA Jetson platforms and Intel Core Platforms that is compatible with Stereolabs’ 3D cameras for edge applications.

Stereolabs provides a complete platform for Spatial AI at the edge including our leading-edge multi-sensor, high resolution smart stereo cameras, well-documented ZED SDK and a wide range of integrations including ROS, Unity, OpenCV, deep learning frameworks and more. The new, industrial grade ZED X is an IP66-rated Global Shutter camera built for robots, powered by Neural Depth Engine 2. With a robust aluminum enclosure, high-performance IMU, secure GMSL2 connection and external frame sync, it’s ready for field operation.

“We are excited to introduce this outstanding 3D vision solution through collaboration with Stereolabs,” said Thomas Su, Vice President at Vecow. “By combining Vecow’s advanced computing platforms with Stereolabs’ cutting-edge sensing technology based on human stereo vision, we are not only providing our customers with a powerful and seamless solution but also creating new business opportunities. This partnership accelerates the global development of AIoT projects.”

“We are happy to support Vecow’s EAC Series providing out-of-the-box support for our ZED line of cameras and SDK. Developers can make use of Vecow’s rugged designs, GMSL2 camera interface and USB interface, and our jointly developed driver for a wide range of applications that require robust connectivity, optimal performance and accuracy,” said Cecile Schmollgruber, CEO of Stereolabs. “Developers can efficiently add depth perception, motion tracking and spatial understanding to their applications leveraging the power of NVIDIA® Jetson platforms and the capabilities and features of our ZED X cameras using the most advanced sensing technology based on human stereo vision and AI. Vecow’s is also the first system to support up to four cameras in a 360-degree view.”

The partnership offers variety of Spatial AI platforms featuring leading inference capability, advanced 3D Vision technology, reliable operation in in-door and out-door environments, and consolidated service footprint from both Vecow and Stereolabs for Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR), Real-time Video Analytics, Smart Manufacturing, Digital Twin, and any Edge AI applications.

About Vecow

Vecow is a team of global embedded experts. We aim to be your trusted embedded business partner. Vecow is committed to designing, developing, producing, and supplying high quality AIoT solutions with trusted reliability, advanced technology, and innovative concepts for Machine Vision, Autonomous Vehicle, Smart Robotics, Digital Rail, Public Security, Transportation & V2X, Smart Factory, Deep Learning, and any Edge AI applications. 

About Stereolabs

Stereolabs is the leading provider of 3D depth and motion sensing solutions based on stereo vision and artificial intelligence. From robots to drones and cars, Stereolabs empowers machines with the ability to see and understand. We enable developers across multiple industries to create truly intelligent machines and applications that improve our daily lives.

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