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AUGUST 2016

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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

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European Machine Vision Forum

EMVA’s brand new annual two-day event, where machine vision industry and academic research meet to learn from each other, get an understanding of the newest research results, of open problems from applications, learn about new and emerging application fields, and to discuss new research cooperation between industry and academics. The first forum will take place from Thursday, September 8 to Friday, September 9, 2016, at Heidelberg University, Germany, and focus on image processing algorithms – from low level to deep learning.

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Member News

EMVA welcomes new member:
Continuing Education Institute-Europe AB

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For more than three decades, CEI-Europe has developed, organized and held short technology courses all over Europe, and beyond. We supply education
on the recent advances in the following topics: Digital Imaging and Sensors, Microelectronic, Semiconductor Technology and Devices, Circuit Design, Signal Processing and Telecommunications.
CEI-Europe is internationally renowned for the quality of its continuing education programs for engineering professionals and we use only the very best lecturers available. Not only are our instructors internationally recognised in their respective field, they also have the pedagogic ability to impart technological expertise to a professional audience. Founded in 1980, CEI-Europe has educated over 33 000 participants at open and in-house courses.
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EMVA welcomes new member:
Fujifilm Europe GmbH

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Tapping into optical technologies and precision processing / assembling technologies nurtured over many years, Fujifilm offers a wide variety of
Fujinon lenses. The Fujinon brand is world-renowned for its innovative and reliable products in the field of broadcast & cine lenses, binoculars, CCTV lenses, machine vision applications as well as for special custom made optical products, for example those used in digital projectors, automobiles and in many other applications.
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XIMEA adds Framos as new distributor for North America

XIMEA, the globally acknowledged camera innovator and market leader for small form factor cameras, has selected FRAMOS as their North American distributor.

Both FRAMOS and XIMEA are known for their technology affinity in conjunction with the ability for developing imaging solutions. Solutions for challenges others considered unsolvable. Together, these two companies have the ideal skill set to enhance their customers’ experience: jointly supporting device OEMs, plant equipment OEMs, system integrators with a team of researchers that are continually producing best of breed solutions for demanding imaging applications. Read more ›

Case Study

STEMMER IMAGING – No two loaves of bread are alike

Image The Dutch company Niverplast is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of machines for inspecting bakery products. These machines are supplied all
over the world and use image processing technology from STEMMER IMAGING for the reliable detection of faulty loaves of bread and bread rolls.
It all began with plastic bags: Niverplast was founded in Rijssen in 1986 and initially sold plastic bags, such as those frequently offered in supermarkets
for carrying home one’s purchases. That soon became too little for the Dutch, however, and machines followed that could automatically open such bags, machines that could place the bags in cartons or erect cartons, and devices
for welding and folding plastics.
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Products

ADVANTECH – New AIIS product series

Image Advantech launched new AIIS product series aimed at automation-related machine vision applications. Powered by an 6th Gen Intel® Core™ i/Celeron® SoC processer with rich I/O and flexible extendibility, Advantech’s AIIS series enhances operations by providing outstanding machine vision performance, state-of-art computing, and flexible expandability. The AIIS series products also support PoE/USB 3.0 camera interfaces equipped with a dedicated controller for maximizing the image acquisition bandwidth and preventing frame losses.
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BAUMER – New EX series

Image The new industrial cameras of the Baumer EX series focus on essential standard-compliant functions and therefore are ideal for varied typical machine vision applications. Integrating the latest generation of CMOS sensors in their robust metal housing, they provide long-term stability. With resolutions up to 2 megapixel and up to 217 frames per second, the cameras are available with both Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 interface to meet many resolution and bandwidth requirements in the same form factor.
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EURESYS – Coaxlink Quad G3 DF

Image PCIe 3.0 four-connection CoaXPress frame grabber with Data Forwarding. At a glance:
– Four CoaXPress CXP-6 inputs and 4 Data Forwarding outputs:
2,500 MB/s camera bandwidth
– PCIe 3.0 (Gen 3) x4 bus: 3,300 MB/s bus bandwidth
– Feature-rich set of 10 digital I/O lines
– Extensive camera control functions
– Memento Event Logging Tool.
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SVS-VISTEK – The “HR” with the “PYTHON” CMOS sensor is entering series production

Image Maximum resolution combined with maximum data rates – SVS-Vistek is offering nothing less than this with its enhanced HR series. With the new 25-megapixel “PYTHON” CMOS sensor sourced from On Semi featuring image rates of up to 31 fps via the Camera Link Interface, the hr2500CL is entering series production in a color and a mono version. In this way, precise resolution and high speeds are no longer conflicting terms, thus broadening the scope of applications. In a further milestone, the CoaXPress interface with a transfer rate of up to 80 fps will also be available in the near future.
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SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH – Xenon- Ruby lenses for a wide range of industrial applications with 1/1.8” sensors

Image These cost efficient lenses are designed for sensors with an image circle diameter of 1/1.8″ (9 mm). The robust mechanical design with lockable iris and focus is resistant to vibrations and guarantees an extremely high and uniform image quality over the entire sensor. With a magnification range from ß´ = 0.1 to infinite, the lenses can resolve a pixel size of 4.65 µm on the camera with a 1/1.8″ sensor. The broadband transmission covers the range from 400 to 1000 nm.
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TELEDYNE DALSA – Newest Genie Nano Cameras Feature Sony Pregius 12M Image Sensor

Image Teledyne DALSA today announced the addition of four new high resolution models to its high-value Genie™ Nano GigE Vision camera series. Powered by Sony® Pregius’ IMX 255 and IMX 253 LL and LQ image sensors, the new 9 (4KHD) and 12 Megapixel monochrome and color cameras deliver both speed and high quality imaging. With the addition of these four models (M4060, M4040, C4060 and C4040) systems designers can choose from a growing number of Genie Nano cameras powered by 31 industry-leading CMOS image sensors. Read more ›

Job offers

Allied VisionBuild & Release Manager (m/w) ›

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

Firmware-Entwickler C/C++ (m/w) ›

Ingenieur (m/w) Testautomatisierung Verifikation und Validierung für Hard- und Software ›

Testingenieur (m/w) Verifikation und Validierung für Hard- und Software ›

Events

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European Machine Vision Forum

8 – 9 September 2016
Heidelberg, Germany
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Enova

14 – 15 September 2016
Paris, France
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Heidelberg Image Processing Forum

4 October 2016
Renningen, Germany
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VISION 2016

8 – 10 November 2016
Stuttgart, Germany
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SPS IPC Drives

22 – 24 November 2016
Nuremberg, Germany
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ITE

7 – 9 December 2016
Yokohama, Japan
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