Sony Launches World’s first AI Image Sensor ‘IMX500’ for Cameras

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Sony has presented the world’s first camera sensor to flaunt incorporated AI processing capability. The new sensor has a stacked arrangement that comprises a pixel chip and logic chip. Because of the logic chip, the sensor is fit for performing ISP handling, along with fast AI processing without requiring extra equipment.

Sony Launches World's first AI image sensor 'IMX500 ' for cameras

Sony’s new IMX500 image sensor will empower quicker, and more secure AI cameras. The sensor eliminates the need for specific AI chips in devices, and it also reduces data transmission latency and power consumption. Another pro is that the new sensor can yield metadata rather than picture data, which lessens information volume by a good margin and limits the danger of information being presented to hackers when sending pictures and recordings to the cloud.

Specifications of Sony’s IMX500

The IMX500 is a 1/2.3″ type sensor with 12.3-megapixel effective resolution and a sample cost of 10,000 JPY ($93). It bolsters 4K Ultra HD video capture at up to 60 fps and Full HD video at up to 240 fps.

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Addressing The Verge, Mark Hanson, Sony VP of business innovations, said that the company’s new AI image sensor won’t advance toward buyer gadgets, for example, smartphones. Rather, the company is wanting to offer the sensor to enormous retailers and modern gear enterprises. Amazon’s cashier-less Go stores were indicated as a potential application by Hanson.


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