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Ambarella acquires VisLab, a european developer of computer vision and intelligent automotive control systems

Ambarella, Inc. , a leading developer of video compression and image processing semiconductors, announced the acquisition of VisLab S.r.l., a privately held Italian company based in Parma, Italy for $30 million in cash.


Squadrone System secures $5M to revolutionize aerial filming with HEXO+, the autonomous flying camera

Squadrone System, the company behind first autonomous flying camera, HEXO+, today announced it has secured an investment of $3 million from Living Water Investment Corp., bringing its total investment amount to date to $5 million.


Consumer Groups back out of federal talks on face recognition

A central component of President Obama’s effort to give consumers more control over how companies collect and share their most sensitive personal details has run aground.

Nine civil liberties and consumer advocate groups announced early Tuesday morning that they were withdrawing from talks with trade associations over how to write guidelines for the fair commercial use of face recognition technology for consumers.


FLIR systems announces availability of second generation FLIR ONE thermal imaging accessory for smartphones and tablets

FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced that the next generation FLIR ONE™ thermal imager is now available for purchase worldwide. With versions for both iOS and Android device platforms, the versatile and pocket-sized FLIR ONE transforms a mobile device into a powerful thermal imager that sees heat and accurately measures temperature.


Sony to raise nearly $4 billion, ramp up sensors business to anchor turnaround

Japan's Sony Corp plans to raise nearly $4 billion via new shares and bonds to plough into image sensors as it reinvents itself as a niche component maker, pulling back from consumer goods like TVs that dragged it into losses.


IR cameras soon a commodity, warns Yole

Julien Happich from EETimes - Over the next several years, uncooled thermal camera shipments will accelerate rapidly, with volumes growing at 22% CAGR between 2015 and 2020, according to Yole Développement's latest report, Uncooled Infrared Imaging: technology & Market Trends.



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