Fizyr’s new vision packs to feature IDS’ industrial cameras

Fizyr, a company known for providing the most advanced and efficient vision AI for robotic systems, has recently announced a new partnership with IDS, a leading manufacturer of industrial cameras. The partnership aims to provide integrators with a wide range of certified Vision Packs that can solve complex automation challenges.

Through this collaboration, IDS cameras will be integrated into several of Fizyr’s certified Vision Packs. These packs offer solutions for six of the most complex yet common automation challenges, including Pick & Place, Singulation, Palletization/Depal, Detection, Trailer/Container Unloading, and Laundry. Integrators will now have access to different configurations of Vision Packs, allowing them to choose the best components, capabilities, and costs to effectively solve customer automation challenges.

Ken Fleming, CEO of Fizyr, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating, “IDS is an industry leader, and its trusted industrial cameras are used in a wide array of applications. Working closely with IDS to develop solutions to complex automation challenges ensures a high level of comfort and familiarity right out of the box for purchasers of Fizyr’s certified Vision Packs.”

The partnership will offer integrators a seamless integration of Fizyr’s deep learning vision AI with IDS’s Ensenso 3D, uEye 2D, and IDS NXT (AI) cameras. This combination provides unparalleled robustness for a wide range of pick and place robotic cells, enabling them to handle a variety of challenging scenes and objects. Fizyr’s algorithms use segmentation, shape detection, and material detection to identify each item and prioritize the actions to be taken. They also utilize cascade learning to analyze inputs, calculate optimal actions, and direct the robot. Additionally, Fizyr’s technology allows for real-time image processing, allowing for quick recalculations and adjustments after each pick.

Marian Petrovic, International Sales Director at IDS, commented on the partnership, stating, “At IDS, one of our key beliefs is simplicity means efficiency. Fizyr’s Vision Packs put that into practice by providing proven combinations of the right camera, robot, gripper, and brain to solve complex problems. It’s a simple, efficient solution that Fizyr has done a great job of implementing with our cameras.”

Fleming also added, “Great partners ensure our Vision Packs help integrators achieve faster, better results and optimal ROI. IDS is one of those great partners that we are proud to push boundaries with.”

Both companies are committed to providing the best solutions for integrators to meet the growing demand for robotic automation. Fizyr’s focus on enabling integrators with the best computer vision capabilities for logistics applications, combined with IDS’s expertise in industrial image processing, makes this partnership a perfect match.

About Fizyr:

Fizyr offers advanced vision AI for robots, providing the smartest, fastest, and most effective brain available to maximize robotic capabilities. Compatible with all major robotics systems on the market, Fizyr enables robots to see, perceive, account for variances, learn, and perform more successfully than any other robotic software. The company partners with top integrators to ensure their success. Visit for more information.

About IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH:

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH is a leading manufacturer of industrial cameras and a pioneer in industrial image processing. The company offers a wide range of powerful and versatile USB, GigE, and 3D cameras, as well as models with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Their AI image processing platform, IDS NXT, is extremely versatile and opens up new areas of application where classic rule-based image processing reaches its limits.

Founded in 1997, IDS has grown into an independent, ISO, and environmentally friendly certified family business with around 350 employees. The company’s headquarters in Obersulm, Germany, serves as both a development and production site. It also has branches and representative offices in the USA, Japan, South Korea, the UK, France, and the Netherlands, making it a globally recognized technology company. For more information, visit

Derick is an experienced reporter having held multiple senior roles for large publishers across Europe. Specialist subjects include small business and financial emerging markets.

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