Tag Archives: Robot Eyes

Boston, MA – April 11, 2018 – On April 10, Photoneo®, #FocusedOn3D, was presented with a bronze-level award in the “Cameras – 3D” Category at the Fourth Annual Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards presentation, held during The Vision Show in Boston, MA. Our PhoXi® 3D Scanner was recognized by a panel of esteemed experts from […]

A marvelous job has been done by Ken Goldberg, a professor at University of California, Berkeley, his graduate student Jeff Mahler & their crew. They’ve developed a special robot’s brain using software Dex-Net, thanks to which the two-arm robot can pick a great variety of objects with an unbelievable efficiency. The solution was presented at […]

Photoneo has made it to the 50 Millennial Entrepreneurs Driving The Future of Tech in Europe. Every company from the so-called #EUTop50 had a unique opportunity to present itself at the European Parliament in Brussels on 28 November . Photoneo was represented by our COO Michal Maly who held a speech on automation and our 3D sensing technology.  […]

We’ve had a great time in Silicon Valley during October/November. Photoneo is one of this year’s ABB IdeaHub Innovation Challenge 10 selected finalists from all over the world, who had a chance to present their ideas to the executive management of ABB Robotics during the ABB Pitch Day in San Jose. Our CEO Jan Zizka also held […]

Last week, we’ve had an opportunity to join HE, Slovak President Andrej Kiska on his three-day tour to Mexico. It’s been the first-ever official visit of the Slovak President in Mexico. The Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) had selected a few representatives of Slovak innovation, automotive, energy, and telecommunications industries, interested in business opportunities […]

We’re glad to announce that SODA VISION has become a distributor and an integrator of our 3D vision products at the Singaporean, Malaysian and Thai markets. We’re looking forward to the cooperation!

Machine Vision is one of the driving forces of industrial automation. For a long time, it’s been primarily pushed forward by improvements made in 2D image sensing and, for some applications, 2D sensing is still an optimal tool to solve a problem. But the majority of challenges machine vision is facing today has a 3D […]

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