3D VIDEO STREAMING AND COMPRESSION

Aivero has developed a high performance, world leading 3d depth compression and streaming software that gives our customers the power to recreate the real world in the cloud in real time by using off the shelf, low cost depth and 3d cameras.

Aivero has developed a high performance, world leading 3d depth compression and streaming software that gives our customers the power to recreate the real world in the cloud in real time by using off the shelf, low cost depth and 3d cameras.

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Compress 3D depth video by 95%

3D video streaming over any network

Stream in Real Time & Low Latency

3D video streaming is the next big thing

Depth cameras and depth sensors takes your computer vision and machine vision applications to the next level. Intel has the RealSense range and Microsoft just launched the new Azure Kinect. Image sensor manufacturers are releasing TOF (time of flight) sensors which can sense depth and generate volumetric video from a single piece of miniature silicon. Many smartphone vendors are integrating these sensors already, opening up for new exciting applications.

Overall there is a wide range of applications that are adopting depth video. Depth video adds valuable data to your machine vision – improving accuracy, enabling better training of deep neural networks among other things. The different 3D cameras and depth sensors use a multitude of technologies to detect depth but they all have in common that they produce a format called RGB-D which in raw format causes unmanageable data. And the data rate is increasing as the resolution of these cameras improve over time. Soon we will have 4K depth cameras! Aivero’s technology addresses this issue by making it possible to compress and stream depth video in real time.

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Available: GStreamer support for Azure Kinect
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An overview of depth cameras

There are different types of 3D sensors, that can differ between different methods to acquire world data or how that data is processed in order to represent it in a convenient way. This document entails a brief overview of the different 3D sensor types and a small survey of what sensors are currently available.

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Build a 3D machine vision that scales

Add value to your data by introducing a third dimension to your video monitoring system. Using cameras with depth-sensing technology enables the collection of a richer data set, and allows for new features and a higher degree of accuracy.

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Available: GStreamer support for Azure Kinect

An overview of depth cameras

There are different types of 3D sensors, that can differ between different methods to acquire world data or how that data is processed in order to represent it in a convenient way. This document entails a brief overview of the different 3D sensor types and a small survey of what sensors are currently available.

Read More »

Build a 3D machine vision that scales

Add value to your data by introducing a third dimension to your video monitoring system. Using cameras with depth-sensing technology enables the collection of a richer data set, and allows for new features and a higher degree of accuracy.

Read More »

Depth data made manageable

Our state of the art 3DQ software library makes it easier to handle the vast amount of data generated by depth cameras. The 3DQ algorithm and integrated software tools compresses data efficiently and enables streaming of depth video from any depth cameras over local networks and the internet.

For customer who wants a plug and play solution, we also offer a plug and play solution with the Aivero Deepcore – a product based on the powerful Nvidia Jetson GPU/CPU, made specifically for computer vision and with the power to combine node processing with powerful cloud processing in real time.

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20/1 Compression ratio

Camera agnostic

Hardware accelerated

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