The 3D Stereo technology is a high-performant stereoscopic camera system for the reconstruction of 3D images and a set of algorithms for stereoscopic image processing.

The stereoscopic system allows to simulate the human binocular vision and increases the performance beyond human capabilities.


The technology enables the 3D reconstruction, detection and motion tracking (e.g. measurement, position and deviation detection) of objects in real-time. The captured data can be further progressed in (semi-)autonomous system applications like guidance of robots.


Data processing can be designed and performed as embedded system on the sensor or on a separate PC with interface to the camera hardware.


Technology Advantages:


The high miniaturisation potential of the 3D sensor system and the optical components as well as  its high degree of adaptability to complex application environments (e.g. short distance between stereo camera and object, high requirements on resolution and frames per second, difficult accessibility requiring significant miniaturisation of the 3D stereo system) make the technology unique.

Hardware design




3D recording












Autonomous system






Sensor + stereo camera or

camera projector



Raw data processing:

real-time stereo matching



3D point cloud registration



Visual odometry / localisation


Object detection



Situation awareness


High Level assistant system





Technology System Architecture