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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.


The EMVA welcomes new members:

Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Mitsubishi Electric is one of the world’s leading names in the manufacture and sales of electrical and electronic products and systems used in a broad range of
fields and applications. As a global, leading green company, we’re applying our technologies to contribute to society and daily life around the world.

 
Mitsubishi Electric Contact Image Sensors (CIS) provide an optimum solution for the design of compact, high-speed optical image readers. With a 20-year history in the development and manufacturing of CIS, Mitsubishi Electric offers its long experience and self-developed, dedicated key components to meet all its customers’ needs.

Sensor Technologies
Sensor Technologies Europe (Sentech) is a digital industrial camera manufacturer based in Rodermark, Germany.

Sentech Specializes in the development of digital and OEM cameras for machine vision, industrial, medical, microscopic and military applications. Sentech prides itself on having excelltn hardware, easy to use software, and an industry leading support staff.


Member News

STEMMER IMAGING is successfully expanding its European strategy

Europe’s largest imaging technology provider STEMMMER IMAGING has successfully increased its total turnover by 20 percent to 76.6 million euros in the last financial year which ended on 30 June 2015. The establishment of four additional subsidiaries in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Poland reflects the company’s commitment to pursue its European growth strategy. Read on…

Responsibility for international sales activities at STEMMER IMAGING

Peter Keppler, previously employed as Director of Sales at STEMMER IMAGING in Germany, has been appointed Director of Corporate Sales with effect from 1 July 2015. Read on…

Mettler Toledo
Understanding Food Label Regulations

Including the Impact of the New BRC Global Standard Food Safety Issue 7

This white paper examines the impact of the recent BRC Food Safety Issue 7 changes on global legislation standards and regulations in respect of the statutory information displayed on packaging and labels. It details all relevant labeling information a manufacturer needs to know to minimize the threat of product recalls and potential end customer serious health issues cause by mislabeling. Read on…

Adimec evaluates new applications including white light metrology for high full capacity camera (2,000 kel)

Accurately measure low contrast structures in bright scenes at high speeds

Adimec, a world leader in application-specific, leading-edge industrial camera solutions, announces they are exploring white light interferometry applications for their extreme high full, high speed camera, such as (non-destructive) interferometric optical microscopy, defraction based contrast imaging, 2D shot noise limited bright scene imaging, and more. Adimec developed this camera for non-invasive optical imaging for cancer assessment as part of the FP7 funded CAReIOCA consortium. Read on…

 


Products

Teledyne DALSA:

Large Format CMOS X-Ray Detector Series for Non-Destructive Testing completed

High speed, high resolution, tiled Rad-icon 2022 detector delivers real-time imaging for Non-Destructive Testing and Industrial X-Ray applications.
Teledyne DALSA today announced its Rad-icon 2022 CMOS X-Ray detector. The Rad-icon 2022 will be showcased at the upcoming American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Digital Imaging Conference, July 27-29th in Warwick, Rhode Island. Read on…

 New Xtium Frame Grabber Delivers Universal Support for all Camera Link Configurations

 Maximum Line Rate, Color Images, and Longer Cable Lengths enabled by Xtium-CL MX4. Teledyne DALSA announced the Xtium™-CL MX4 frame grabber, a Camera Link® compatible image processing board based on the industry-standard PCI Express™ Gen 2.0 expansion bus to deliver high speed images to host memory. Read on…

CMOS Line Scan Family with new 16k Camera Link model
 

New 16k Linea sets new benchmarks for price/performance with improved responsivity, lower noise and high throughput.
Teledyne DALSA released its high resolution 16k line scan camera – the latest addition to its LineaTM series of low-cost, high-value cameras. Linea cameras address the mainstream market for machine vision applications and deliver high speed and responsivity at an exceptional price point. Read on…


Allied Vision introduces new Goldeye G-008 SWIR camera offering unbeatable value for money

One sensation at the Laser World of Photonics 2015 show in Munich, Germany, was Allied Vision’s new entry-level Goldeye model for the short wave infrared spectrum (SWIR). The Goldeye G-008 SWIR is packed with all the features and benefits of the current Goldeye camera family, combined with a smaller resolution sensor. As a result, its attractive price lowers the entry barrier into short wave infrared image processing. Read on…

FRAMOS
The New Generation of SONY Global Shutter CMOS image sensors: SONY Pregius IMX250/252

5 MP and 3.2 MP CMOS image sensors with 3.45 µm pixels for industrial applications

Industrial applications require precise image acquisition for fast-moving objects. In order to solve this problem, Sony has developed the next generation of CMOS image sensors with global shutter function. At just 3.45 µm, these pixels are the smallest available for this spectrum in the industry. They are also more sensitive and generate less noise than the existing IMX174/249 sensors (5.86 µm pixel), as well as boasting higher image quality, high resolution and high-speed imaging. Read on…

Case Study

Allied Vision’s Prosilica GC1290C camera used in combination with other systems gives a blind driver enough information to drive a vehicle independently

Located in Blacksburg, Virginia, TORC Robotics is doing just that.  TORC Robotics, LLC is a company founded by engineers driven with an enthusiastic passion to change the influence of technology on the way we all work, live, and interact.  Engrained in this passion, is the belief many problems in the industry can be solved through the application of advanced technology and robotics. Read on…

 


Job offers

Allied Vision

Process Improvement Manager (m/w) – Operations

Business Intelligence Entwickler

Globaler Produktionsingenieur (m/w)

Vertriebsingenieur / Sales Manager (m/w)

 

Xenics

Sr. Analog Design Engineer

 

Euresys

Experienced GUI Software Developer

Hardware Design Engineer

Sales and Support Manager DACH

 

VIDI Systems

Support & Application Engineer

Regional Sales Manager

 

Pleora Technologies Inc.

Application Support Engineer – Hardware

 

Active Silicon

Imaging Application Support Specialist


Events

 

MOTEK
5 – 8 October 2015
Stuttgart, Germany

 

Logo Motek

 

Vision China
14 – 16 October 2015
Beijing, China

 

Vision China

 

Compamed
16 – 19 November 2015
Düsseldorf, Germany

 

Logo Compamed

 

sps ipc drives
24 – 26 November 2015
Nuremberg, Germany

 

Logo SPS Germany

 

ITE Yokohama
02 – 04 December 2015
Yokohama, Japan

 

ITE Show


 

EMVA Business Conference
09 – 10 June 2016
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

 

EMVA Logo

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