Spikenet Technology announces the official launch of 2 new products!Spikenet Technology is proud to announce the official launch of two new revolutionary products: Rebeca and e-Ris! These two products endowed with the Spikenet’s pattern recognition technology were specially created to people looking for effective and innovative solutions in industrial vision. Rebeca is an automatic and contact-free bar counter intended for the metal industry. E-Ris is an electronic risk identification system to protect your employees working in hazard environments. To know more about it, click the Products page and discover the Spikenet’s new products.
"Real Solutions for Real Needs”“Real Solutions for Real Needs”, that’s Spikenet Technology’s motto! It was also the theme of ITS Dublin 2013, the 9th European Congress and Exhibition for Intelligent Transport Systems, Europe's N°1 Event for this sector. It was a perfect occasion for Spikenet Technology to expose their solutions for Traffic Control! Indeed, Spikenet Technology did a speech on Wednesday the 5th of June 2013, in Dublin, about “Camera-based estimation of car travel duration by innovative visual recognition: a case study in Toulouse.”
PASSENGER TERMINAL EXPO 2013Spikenet Team was present in Passenger Terminal Expo 2013, a really famous exhibition in the airport sector. We met big international airports, integrators or still numerous specialized journalists. There is no doubt, Spikenet Technology will be present in Barcelona, (1-2-3 April 2014) for the new edition !
We were exhibitor at INNOROBO in March 2013.
We were exhibitor at the International Robotics Forum on 19, 20 and 21 March 2013 for the second consecutive year. An international event with 130 exhibitors, presenting more than 300 robots to a crowd of 15,000 visitors. The opportunity for Spikenet to develop his activity in the robotics sector with the business cluster “Robotics Place”. A business cluster joining together the best companies of robotics in Midi-Pyrénées. (Photo)
We were at Midinnov, the 31st January 2013 !
Middinov is THE Innovation Exhibition. It was organised due to the Innovation Prize-giving. Prize that we won last year in the Innovation & Future category for our bio-inspired, intelligent, spike-detecting retina. (Photo)
Spikenet Technology was at the 1st edition of the BMA’Tinales.BMA'Tinales is an event which brings together innovative companies as well as partners involved in the Health industry, to showcase their achievements and share their experience. (Photo)
Spikenet was an exhibitor at the G2E Fair in Las Vegas in October 2012
For the second consecutive year, Spikenet Technology exhibited at the international Global Gaming Expo, or G2E. The company presented Spade, its card-recognition software, in the gambling and casino capital of the world: that's right, Las Vegas!
Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport won over by our Observer software
Spikenet is pleased to announce it has signed a contract with the international airport of Bordeaux Mérignac to deploy Observer. The software has been deployed to monitor critical areas throughout the airport. In practical terms, this means surveillance of aircraft parking zones to further improve airport security.
The signing of this contract in 2012 further strengthens Spikenet Technology's position in the airport sector.
Spikenet Technology winner of the Innovation & Future Prize in 2011
There were 185 competitors for five categories and a jury of 138 experts at the 31st Midi-Pyrénées regional Inn’Ovations competition! Seven winners were finally chosen, including Spikenet Technology in the Innovation & Future category for its bio-inspired, intelligent, spike-detecting retina. A new generation of intelligent "robot" cameras, whose retinas imitate the human visual system by processing impulses as they arrive rather than waiting for the entire image.
The project exploits two important technological breakthroughs: the retina itself and the mechanism for unsupervised learning via STDP (Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity). The award recognised the creativity of the Spikenet team and the innovative and revolutionary nature of its technology. (Video)
Spikenet Technology helps teach robots to play Memory
Second-year students studying for a Master's in Intelligent Systems Engineering at Paul Sabatier University (Toulouse) have developed a robot called Jiminy, as part of a large-scale study project between November 2011 and March 2012. To make their robot a genuine playmate, they successfully incorporated Spikenet's enhanced visual technology, enabling it to recognise a child, learn to play educational games, and even detect cheating. It was officially presented to the public on 1 March 2012.
Perhaps before too long, Jiminy will be the must-have Christmas present! (Video)
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