Use Cases

Real success in the real world

With cutting edge Intel® RealSense™ technology the possibilities are endless. Adding computer vision to your project, whatever it is, will elevate it to the next level. Here are few examples of products accelerated by Intel RealSense solutions.

Robotics

The fundamental gap between human and machine perception has always constrained the robotics field, with machine vision limited to flat images which in turn makes environmental understanding and interaction challenging. Intel RealSense technology provides the key ingredients to bridge this gap and make sensing robots a reality. Products equipped with this technology have the ability to understand and respond to their environment — sensing depth, navigating landscapes, and recognizing humans and scenes.

AccuPick 3D from Solomon Technology Corp. is an intelligent bin picking solution which makes full use of Intel RealSense distinguished features, including fast 3D point cloud generation, color recognition, and scanning objects in motion.

The KINOVA Gen3 Ultra Lightweight Robot is path breaking, built from the ground up to meet the evolving needs of academic and industry research teams.

Self-driving robot provides telecommuters and distance learners with high resolution, mixed-reality, mobile video chat.

Designed to be highly extensible and versatile, the fully autonomous Freight100 Base is a safe and cost-effective robotics solution to accelerate the development of automated products and solutions for a wide range of applications.

ANYbotics develops autonomous legged robots solving customer problems in challenging environments so far only accessible to humans.

The Gita robot follows a person while transporting up to 40 pounds of stuff. Using cameras and sensors, it pairs with the person and understands where humans and machines are in relation to each other. Image processing and depth perception capabilities enable it to interpret human gestures and to anticipate movements.

OSARO combines predictive machine learning techniques and the Intel RealSense depth camera to radically improve robotics used in industrial automation. OSARO software gives robots new levels of sight and skill to enable practical productivity solutions for the factories and logistics systems of the 21st century.

Cyberworks Robotics develops industrial strength autonomous self-driving technology for a variety of industries. Its currently available turnkey product range includes self-driving wheelchairs for hospitals and airports, autonomous industrial floor cleaners, and self-driving tractors for agriculture and greenhouses.

RIOS is a technology company helping global customers automate their factories, warehouses, and supply chain operations by deploying a new class of AI-powered and dexterous robots. RIOS blends design, engineering, and robotics.

Plus One Robotics makes the fastest, most reliable vision software for logistics robots. We give robots the eye-hand coordination to pick and place objects in the warehouses and distribution centers using 3D and AI-powered perception, so robots get smarter over time.

3D Scanning

Being able to scan a person, object or place has been the fundamental driver for 3D technologies for many years. With Intel RealSense technology, accurate scale models of objects and scenes are fast and easy to create, without the need for complex hardware configurations. 3D scanning capabilities with Intel RealSense depth cameras can be built into tablets or other devices for portable scanning in real time.

High speed 3D body scanner to capture your model avatar in seconds.

Aetrex Technology's Albert 2 is a fully integrated 3D foot scanning system engineered to help consumers find the right fitting footwear and orthotics on the first try. Albert 2 creates an enhanced in-store experience and provides retailers with unmatched data about their consumers to help create personalized digital marketing messages aimed to build loyalty.

Skeletal and people tracking

3D scanning and volumetric capture are most concerned with the surface of an object, while skeletal tracking, gesture tracking, or people and object tracking are most concerned with how things move and when they move. Object tracking is useful in many industries, such as warehouse management or retail. Skeletal and gesture tracking enable interaction between humans and machines, and people tracking looks at more general use cases like crowd monitoring and analysis.

People counters/trackers for indoor and outdoor applications.

Software that enable devices to see and understand natural gestures and movements.

Tracking middleware that provides skeletal tracking, gesture recognition and face recognition for Windows and Linux platforms.

Addison, the virtual caregiver, is a state-of-the-art, 3D animated, connected caregiver designed to transform a residence into a digital Smart Health Home, providing chronic care management, rehabilitation, aging in place, behavioral health and care coordination, for patients of all ages.

E6 Interactive Sports Camera is a standalone camera system that mounts to the ceiling and allows users to play virtual golf, baseball, hockey, bowling, soccer, and more.

Drones

With the increasing popularity of both commercial and consumer drones, safety concerns also increase. Intel RealSense technologies not only provide needed safety assurances with collision avoidance and obstacle recognition, but also strategies to improve tracking in GPS denied environments.

Typhoon H Plus is the most advanced aerial photography and videography platform available in such a compact size. Capable of detecting obstacles and intelligently navigating around them, Typhoon H Plus with Intel® RealSense™ technology gives you the freedom to explore new creative options.

Intel is leading a new era of commercial drone solutions for enterprise. With reliable, safe drone platforms, a range of payload options, and powerful software solutions including Intel® Insight Platform for digital asset management, we’re expanding the potential of drones to tackle the issues your business faces today.

Object measurement

There are many reasons to need accurate 3D object measurement — retail packaging, interior design and furniture placement. Intel RealSense depth cameras give highly accurate dimensional data that can be used to measure objects of any size or shape with ease.

Rugged tablets designed to handle rough industries that you work in so that you don’t have to worry about losing productivity due to failed technology.

Facial authentication

Facial authentication and identification offer low-friction ways to secure assets from phones to doors, but any lock is only worth it's ability to defeat attempts to break in. By adding depth to a facial identification system, devices can't be spoofed with a 2D photograph and identification can be verified in any and all lighting conditions. 3D facial authentication systems are also able to identify someone from multiple angles without requiring specific alignment to the sensor, making any depth based system much easier to use than 2D counterparts.

XiaoguTech introduces AlphaLook3D - the first 3D Face Authentication AI lock in the world.

Let’s talk about how Intel RealSense computer vision products can enhance your solution.

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