See how the Tangram Vision Platform can radically accelerate your perception roadmap.
Yes! You can add up to five systems for free with a Developer Basic account. Upon approval, you'll get access to basic Tangram Vision Platform features, and pay nothing until you add additional systems or upgrade to a Developer Advanced account.
A system is a perception-enabled device like a robot or an autonomous vehicle, for instance. A system can be equipped with one sensor or one hundred sensors. Each system added to the Tangram Vision Platform gets its own dedicated page in the Hub where you can see all its sensors, as well as its current and historical sensor data (depending on plan).
Sensors on the Tangram Vision Platform can include modalities like cameras, depth sensors, LiDARs, radars, IMUs and more. The Tangram Vision Platform interprets sensors as components.
Some sensors (like a LiDAR unit) are interpreted as a single component on the Platform. Other sensors may be interpreted as multiple components.
An Intel® RealSense™ D435, for instance, would be interpreted as four components: two Infrared cameras, a color camera, and a synthesized depth camera. For more insight into components, please read the Platform documentation.
TVCal is Tangram Vision's flagship perception sensor calibration module. TVCal can calibrate from one to N sensors using just a single dataset capture. TVCal currently works with cameras, HDR cameras, and depth sensors. Other modalities like LiDAR, radar, IMU, and more will be added soon. To learn more, visit the TVCal product page.
TVMux is Tangram Vision's sensor stability and multiplexer module. TVMux ensures that sensors can stream instantly on plug-in, maintain streaming stability during operation, and maintain system stability if a sensor stops streaming. TVMux is currently compatible with Intel® RealSense™ D415, D435, D435i, and D455 3D sensors. To learn more, visit the TVMux product page.
TVFuse is Tangram Vision's sensor fusion module. TVFuse synchronizes clocks from sensor-to-sensor-to-host, and spatially registers with a sensor-to-sensor-to-chassis model. TVFuse is currently compatible with Intel® RealSense™ D415, D435, D435i, and D455 3D sensors. To learn more, visit the TVFuse product page.