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APRIL 2017

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Dear …,

Welcome to the EMVA newsletter! Each month it provides hands-on information on machine vision in Europe and the world. Find out about the latest projects of the EMVA, innovative products, what’s going on in the machine vision industry and interesting events.

Thomas Lübkemeier

Kind regards,
Thomas Lübkemeier
EMVA General Secretary

EMVA News

EMVA Business Conference
Adam Kingl to give Closing Keynote at EMVA Conference

In his current role as Executive Director of Thought Leadership for London Business School Executive Education Adam is sought for his expertise on the future of business. He leverages his research on the work and leadership paradigms of Generation Y, a demographic that will compose half of the global workforce by 2020, to shine a light on the fundamental paradigm shifts that we will face in terms of what’s important to the world of business and how it will be led.
Related to the future of business, companies are concerned about how they can innovate in order to be prepared for the seismic shifts they will face. Through this lens, Adam has a practical perspective on how to improve strategic or business model innovation, management innovation and to emphasise organisational and personal purpose in work-life.

In his keynote Adam will share his expertise and long year experience on the question how to attract, retain and manage generation Y.

Is there a need to completely change our management styles?
And how will leadership look like when generation Y professionals
get into leading positions?

Don’t miss it and register right now! !! More than 80 seats are already booked !!

Professionals from Europe and abroad are looking forward to the 2017 edition of the EMVA conference in Prague.

Taking place 22 – 24 June 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic, the EMVA conference again will be one of the top highlights for our industry in 2017.

Find all the details and register at www.business-conference-emva.org

Follow us at #EMVAconference

 


 

Forum for Machine Vision & Optical Metrology at Control 2017
EMVA Control Vision Talks 2016 | 9 – 11 May | Stuttgart

At CONTROL 2017 the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) in partnership with trade show organizer P.E. Schall and supported by media partner inVISION will organize the EMVA Forum Control Vision Talks again.

Prominently located in hall 6 / booth 6529 the presentations of this forum aim to educate the trade show visitor on benefits, applications and methods of machine vision and optical metrology solutions for factory automation.

During the three first trade show days in total 36 talks being held in German or English language will present technology background as well as dedicated solutions going way beyond mere marketing-oriented product presentations. Towards this goal each of the days will feature presentations for a dedicated technology topic:

> World of 3D: From 6-DoF to Point Cloud | Tuesday
> Optical Metrology: Offline – At line – Inline | Wednesday
> Metrology throughout the whole spectrum: From Infrared to Hyperspectral | Thursday

Download the forum programme and schedule your visit to the 31. Control show
( free-of-charge ticket ).

Member News


EURESYS
CoaXpress 2.0 | When CoaXPress comes with 12.5 Gbit/s

Since it has been approved as an official standard in 2011, CoaXPress (abbreviated CXP) has gained a significant status in the machine vision ecosystem. Numerous compliant products (cameras, cables, frame grabbers, converters, repeaters…) are now available and adopted by machine makers and system integrators worldwide.
Moving forward, the CoaXPress workgroup is currently working on the next significant evolution of the standard, CoaXPress 2.0.

CoaXPress 2.0
The main factor driving the adoption of CoaXPress in the vision inspection machine market is the bandwidth that it provides, putting the next generation high resolution and high frame rate cameras within reach. Read more ›


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Case Study

STEMMER IMAGING:
Machine vision provides defect-free aluminium containers

Image The Swiss company, Leuthold Mechanik AG (HLM) makes machines for manufacturing aluminium containers which, among other things, are used for packaging pet food and foodstuffs. A core element of quality assurance is machine vision by STEMMER IMAGING. Unremittingly, 120 times a minute over three shifts the ram on the press in the HLM Competence Centre rises and falls and after every stroke spits out four finished pet food containers. A machine like this thus produces 480 high quality aluminium containers per minute, which will later be filled with pet food.

There are several reasons for using aluminium as the material for such containers: For one, this material is gas-tight, which means that the contents can be stored for much longer. Furthermore, aluminium can be recycled and consequently is more sustainable than plastic, which is not gas-tight and also cannot be classed as harmless from a health point of view, due to the addition of plasticisers. The aluminium cans are also coated, so that the foodstuffs do not have any direct contact with the aluminium. Read more ›


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Products

ACTIVE SILICON launches its Vision Processing Unit

Image Active Silicon’s latest embedded vision product is the Vision Processing Unit (VPU), designed to acquire image data from USB3 Vision cameras, process the image stream in real-time and provide several options for data output, including 3G-SDI.

The unit has been developed for industrial and medical use, typically embedded into an OEM machine, and satisfies various medical and quality standards. It is an easy to integrate product, which connects to USB3 cameras in systems with high expectations of reliability and longevity.
Read more ›


ADLINK introduces Ready-to-Go Smart Camera with
MVTec MERLIC

Image ADLINK Technology announced the release of its new NEON-1021-M Intel® Atom™ E3845 processor-based ready-to-go smart camera with MVTec MERLIC. Equipping its state-of-the-art quad-core smart camera with an easy-to-use machine vision software, the NEON-1021-M significantly increases competitive advantage, exceeding basic smart camera advantages for machine vision development.
“MERLIC’s ease-of-use and its powerful machine vision software tools, combined with ADLINK’s state-of-the-art imaging hardware, provide quick deployment of solutions with minimal configuration effort. Read more ›


COGNEX introduces its newest Vision System, delivering unprecedented modularity and integration

Image Cognex Corporation introduced the new In-Sight® 7000 series, a suite of ultra-rugged, highly modular standalone vision systems. The second generation In-Sight 7000 series represents a breakthrough in performance, flexibility and ease of integration. This powerful new vision system performs fast and precise inspections that keeps pace with increasing line speeds, while its compact form factor easily fits into space-constrained production lines. The In-Sight 7000’s unique, modular design offers over 400 different field configurations making it the most flexible vision system available. Read more ›


FUJIFILM – An upgrade to 5 megapixels:
Fujinon HF-5M lens series

Image FUJIFILM Europe GmbH has announced the upgrade of formerly 3 megapixel series “HF-XA” to officially 5 megapixel series “HF-5M”. In 2016, the HF-XA series was released with “3 megapixel” resolution but in fact, the resolution of the majoritiy of all lenses is able to support 5 megapixel cameras easily.
To guarantee a 5 megapixel resolution with every single Fujinon HF-5M lens being produced, Fujifilm implemented new unique test equipment within the production line. Read more ›


FRAMOS: Small, fast, feady for design-in – Latest 2nd Gen SONY CMOS GS sensors accelerate machine vision

Image The new SONY image sensors have been specifically developed for industrial applications and are available from FRAMOS, the image processing specialists. The IMX287 achieves maximum speed with a resolution of 0.4 megapixels and up to 437 fps at 10 bit. Global Shutter together with high sensitivity and a pixel size of 6.9 µm provide high sensor performance at a faster shutter speed, boosting inspection speed and enabling a high degree of sensitivity in the near-infrared range with high quantum efficiency. Read more ›


LMI launches two new Structured Light 3D Snapshot Sensors

Image LMI Technologies announced the official launch of the Gocator 3210 and 3506, the latest additions to the Gocator line of smart, all-in-one structured light 3D snapshot sensors.
The Gocator 3210 achieves 3D snapshot scans at 35 μm. With a large FOV (100 x 154 mm) for picking up multiple features at once, and onboard hardware acceleration to achieve 4 Hz scan speeds, the 3210 is ideal for high-speed, high-resolution inline inspection of large parts such as automotive components and body assemblies. The Gocator 3506 achieves an industry leading 12 μm resolution 3D snapshot scan at a 3 Hz acquisition rate. Read more ›


SMART VISION LIGHTS’ new diffuse large light panels deliver 10 times the power

Image Smart Vision Lights announced that it is launching the LLPX and the LLPX-H Series — second generations of the LLP backlight and LLP-H diffuse ring light panel, respectively — that allow for more intensity with the same familiar ease of mounting, along with a MultiDrive™ controller that delivers up to 10 times the power versus continuous wave (CW) operation.

LLPX backlight and LLPX-H diffuse ring lightWith the LLPX and the LLPX-H Series’ new optically clear internal light dispersion grid and matte white–finished backing plate, more light is reflected up and out through the diffusion acrylic. Read more ›


Teledyne DALSA Introduces Infrared Camera Series for Industrial Vision Applications

Image Teledyne DALSA launched its Calibir GX series of long wave infrared (LWIR) cameras for industrial vision applications. Built to achieve frame rates of up to 90 fps, the shutterless and small form-factor GX series are ideal for non-destructive testing in applications that include food inspection, parts and packaging, and electronics inspection. The Calibir GX series of thermal cameras are available in 320 x 240, and 640 x 480 resolutions and feature shutter-less operations. Read more ›


XENICS presents latest Tigris-640 cooled midwave infrared (MWIR) camera

Image As a successor to the Onca MWIR camera, the Tigris-640 is a cooled MWIR camera equipped with a state-of-the-art InSb or MCT detector with 640 x 512 pixels and pixel pitch of 15 µm. Both detectors also have BroadBand (BB) versions optionally which allow their spectral sensitivity to be extended into the shortwave infrared band (SWIR). A motorized filter wheel is standard and the cameras are equipped with a variety of interfaces including GigE Vision, CameraLink, analog out, HD-SDI and a configurable trigger in-output, for maximum flexibility. The Tigris-640 (or its camera version XCO-640) can be used in a variety of security, R&D and industrial applications. Read more ›

Job offers


Active Silicon
Software Developer (m/f) ›Junior Software Engineer (m/f) ›


Allied Vision

Build & Release Manager (m/f) ›

Firmware Verification Specialist (FPGA/µC) (m/f) ›

Events

Control ShowLogo

9 – 12 May 2017
Stuttgart, Germany
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OAGM 2017

10 – 12 May 2017
Vienna, Austria
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Parma Vision Night

22 May 2017
Parma, Italy
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EMVA Business ConferenceLogo

22 – 24 June 2017
Prague, Czech Republic
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Laser World of Photonics

26 – 29 June 2017
Munich, Germany
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European Machine Vision Forum

6 – 8 September 2017
Vienna, Austria
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New
Embedded VISION Europe

12 – 13 October 2017
ICS Stuttgart, Germany
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Stemmer Technology Forum

17 – 18 October 2017
Munich, Germany
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