MorpheusTek Partners with DreamVu to Launch Next Generation of Visual Intelligence for Autonomous Tech and Smart Cities

After a successful CES 2021, MorpheusTEK, a robotics sensor and technology supplier, has announced their partnership with DreamVu, a leader in omnidirectional 3D vision, to launch the next generation of visual intelligence with PAL Omnidirectional 3D Vision System for Autonomous Tech and Smart Cities. DreamVu and their Omnidirectional 3D Vision System have seemingly redefined vision system technology, creating the only single sensor video camera to provide 360° sensing with depth perception.

The PAL Omnidirectional 3D Vision System is an ingenious camera-based system that leverages patented optics and imaging software to deliver an unparalleled 360°x110° RGB-D field of view-with complete color and depth. This system further redefines easy integration, by providing 360°, 3D visual coverage from a single camera.

With a compact design and no moving parts, this vision system substantiates and revolutionizes both indoor and outdoor applications that are governed by autonomy such as mobile robotics, cobots, security and surveillance, telepresence, and smart cities. Equipped with boundless practical solutions, the PAL camera combined with DreamVu software also counts people, monitors movement and triggers alerts when social distancing guidelines are ignored.

“Just as the digital camera changed the world and made film irrelevant, this new vision technology from DreamVu will obsolete existing stereoscopic cameras, forever changing robotics and smart cities” said Phil Hennessy, CEO of MorpheusTEK.

This groundbreaking solution continues to defy odds as it eliminates traditional constraints and empowers customers to innovate with low power, low latency, and low cost. Fostering situational awareness and contextual understanding, this affordable, versatile solution is taking the tech world by storm.

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