Visionary Semiconductor (VSemi)
VSemi is a leading provider of the most advanced Time of Flight 3D solutions for depth sensing used in drones, automotive, industrial automation, robotics and AR/VR. VSemi focus on intelligent 3D sensing & imaging technology, dedicate to delivering real-time 3D imaging solutions to people's everyday lives. Located at Waterloo, Canada, Visionary Semiconductor has formed partnerships with leading North American Drone, Automotive companies and Robotic research facilities to advance the technology and maintain the position in the industry.
- Team of years' experience in IC Design, Product Development
- Proved ToF product development history
- Collaboration with University of Waterloo
- User cases in target markets
We partner with advanced research facilities of University of Waterloo and leading North American drone, automotive infotainment system, and robotic companies in exploring different user cases
Pilot Project With BlackBerry/QNX
VSemi was selected by BlackBerry/QNX from over 60 companies for the next generation AI empowered 3D sensing Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system pilot project. The outcome was also selected and equipped on APMA's demo car and presented in CES2020.
Sentinel is adopted by a leading North American drone company to deliver advanced object avoidance solution. By using VSemi's technology, drones are well aware of object like thin wire, white walls that are difficult to identify before. Meanwhile, drones can perform tasks under complex and extreme conditions and are less affected by environment, such as sunlight.
Sentinel is getting adopted by robotic arm systems and industrial autonomous cleaning robots. The superior 3D data acquisition from Sentinel empowered the systems with object detection, item counting, anti-collision, edge detection, low height on-floor object detection and more.
Blind Spot Detection
VSemi cooperates with world's leading Automotive Infotainment System provider in developing ToF technology based Blind Spot Monitoring system. By using VSemi's technology, the vehicle can detect low speed moving objects and identify objects with embedded AI algorithm. The system was exhibited by APMA at CES 2020.