June 2017

 

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JUNE 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
Boaz Arad receives EMVA Young Professional Award 2017

The EMVA Young Professional Award 2017 goes to Mr. Boaz Arad, for his work “Sparse Recovery of Hyperspectral Signal from Natural RGB Images”.

Arad, age 32, obtained his Computer Science B.Sc. (cum laude) from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in 2012. Continuing towards a fast-tracked Ph.D. at the BGU Interdisciplinary Computational Vision Laboratory (ICVL), he received an M.Sc. in 2014 and expects to complete his Ph.D. by 2018.
In addition to his studies, Boaz currently serves as CTO of the startup company “HC-Vision”.

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

100+ attendees and guests enjoyed the three conference days offering presentations, panel discussion and networking events. In more than 80 prescheduled bilateral face-to-face meetings conference attendees used the opportunity for exchanging ideas, finding new cooperation partners or simply renew and strengthen existing business relations.

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Embedded VISION Europe 2017
Early-Bird registration ends July 7 –
Already 16 table-top-exhibitors confirmed

The first Embedded VISION Europe targets developers and users of embedded (vision) systems from all industries.
The conference will be supplemented by an exhibition where all participating companies are invited to show their embedded vision expertise through products and applications.

Embedded VISION Europe 2017, the only conference in Europe having the focus exclusively on this disruptive technology, will show the capability of hardware and software platforms; will present applications and markets for embedded vision and will create a platform for the exchange of information. The conference will be held in English language and is organized jointly by the EMVA and Messe Stuttgart which organizes and hosts the biannual international trade show VISION.

Find all the details at www.embedded-vision-emva.org

Follow us at #embeddedVISIONeurope

Member News

EMVA welcomes new member:
Hipperos S.A.

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HIPPEROS S.A. is a leading provider of High Performance Embedded software solutions and in particular the developer of real-time & embedded High Performance Computing software designed to improve performance, reliability, efficiency and security for smart embedded systems. HIPPEROS was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium. The company is a spin-off of the Parallel Architectures for Real-Time Systems (PARTS) Research Center at the prestigious university Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). As an European software house, its technology is 100% independent and ITAR-free.
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EMVA welcomes new member:
xVision Automation S&T Shanghai Inc.

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Located in Shanghai, China, xVision provides automation solutions for manufacturers, focusing on 3C (Computer, Communication, Consumer Electronics) customers. They have a powerful team that includes Structure Design, Robotic Application and Machine Vision Application. xVision provides a one of a kind 3D sensor that outputs Depth image, RGB images and Point Cloud data and wants to be one of the leading Machine Vision companies in China.


EMVA welcomes new member:
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Meccanica e Industriale – DIMI

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The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (DIMI) of the University of Brescia includes more than 70 professors and researchers, divided into 14 research groups. Chemistry for Technologies, Design and Methods for Industrial Engineering, Basic and Applied Nuclear Physics, Industrial and Environmental Technical Physics, Industrial and Mechanical Plants, Economic and Managerial Engineering, Fluid Machines and Systems for Converting Energy, Applied Machine Mechanics, Metallurgy, Mechanical and Thermal Measures, Mechanic Design and Machine Construction, Science and Technology of Materials, Sociology of Economic and Work Processes, Technologies and Work Systems.
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TATTILE products are now distributed by FRAMOS

“With FRAMOS we now cooperate with one of the strongest distribution partners in the machine vision industry. Both Tattile and FRAMOS are very dynamic companies with an impressive success stories in last few years”, says Tattile CEO Corrado Franchi. He is adding: “Following the FRAMOS approach ‘From Sensors to Systems’, the Tattile product line is a great match, enabling synergies for customers to bundle Tattile cameras, software and/or vision controllers with third party lenses and lighting from the FRAMOS portfolio. We are looking forward to a long and prosperous cooperation. Our endeavor is to respond to the needs of our customers by offering the most suitable technology for each individual application.”
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Case Study

STEMMER IMAGING:
For safely rolling tyres

Image Carl Zeiss Optotechnik GmbH, headquartered in the Upper Bavaria region of Neubeuern, generates about one third of their annual sales with systems for the non-destructive inspection of tyres. The company, which has been known as Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH until 2015, is one of the world’s leading suppliers in this segment and has already implemented inspection systems for tyres with diameters of up to 4300 mm. Such enormous tyres are used in huge mining vehicles, but also new and retreaded pneumatic tyres of passenger cars, trucks, aircraft, motorcycles. Even the racing tyres of all current Formula One teams are tested for defects by the Carl Zeiss Optotechnik inspection systems. . Read more ›


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Products

EURESYS: New frame grabber for high speed 3D profiling

Image The Coaxlink Quad 3D-LLE frame grabber is a faster alternative to 3D inspection.
It enables users to build higher-performance 3D vision measurement systems at a lower cost by selecting the camera, lighting, optics and image processing solutions that are best suited for their application.
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FRAMOS
ON Semiconductor Launches RGB+IR Version of AR0237 Image Sensor for Surveillance

Image Designed especially for the requirements of the surveillance sector, ON Semiconductor has launched its successful AR0237 sensor in an RBG+IR version that is designed for applications needing both visible and near infrared light. With an optical format of 1 / 2.7 inch and full HD resolution, the rolling shutter CMOS sensor is very well suited for monitoring under low light conditions. All ON Semiconductor image sensors are available through the global imaging expert, FRAMOS.

The image sensor AR0237 comes with an active-pixel array of 1928 (H) x 1088 (V) and captures images in 2 megapixel Full-HD resolution for high-quality video surveillance. Read more ›


FRAMOS
New pixel technology in the SONY IMX385 doubles low light sensitivitynterface

Image ONY’s new 1/2” IMX385 sensor with 2 megapixels delivers high image quality even in low light conditions. Using their super high conversion gain technology, Sony has doubled the sensitivity compared to the IMX185. Available from the image processing specialist, FRAMOS, it boasts, together with its excellent SNR1s* value, the best performance among Sony’s Full HD sensors for industrial and safety applications. Precise analysis and efficiency requires image processing applications to deliver high-quality color images even in dark conditions. Read more ›


SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH
High-resolution Xenon-Topaz lenses for 1.1” sensors

Image The new Schneider-Kreuznach Xenon-Topaz lenses are now available to buy. These low-weight compact lenses are fitted with a C-mount and are suitable for modern 1.1” CCD and CMOS sensors with 12 megapixels and a pixel size of up to 3.0 µm. The image circle has a 17.6 mm diameter. The optimized imaging performance for distances from 1 m to infinity makes these lenses ideal for applications in the areas of traffic monitoring, surveillance systems as well as robot and machine vision. Thanks to their robust mechanics, the iris and focus are not sensitive to vibrations. This enables a high and even imaging performance across the entire sensor, even in unfavorable conditions.
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Teledyne DALSA expands its Xtium Frame Grabber Series with new CoaXPress Model

Image Teledyne DALSA announced the expansion of its Xtium series with a new half-length CoaXPress frame grabber. Teledyne DALSA frame grabbers combine industry-leading performance and feature sets, great value, and extensive camera support.

The Xtium-CXP PX8 is fully supported by Sapera™ LT SDK and Teledyne DALSA’s Trigger-to-Image-Reliability™ platform. Like other models within the series, the Xtium-CXP PX8 takes full advantage of the PCIe Gen 2.0 platform using PCIe x 8 slots to deliver bandwidth of up to 2.5 GBs from four input channels (6.25 Gbps per channel). The Xtium-CXP PX8 is in full production now. 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) ›



Edmund Optics

Senior Imaging Engineer (m/f) ›


Teledyne Dalsa

Key Account Manager – Mid-Market Area Scan Products (m/f) ›

 

Events

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European Machine Vision Forum

6 – 8 September 2017
Vienna, Austria
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Enova

19 – 21 September 2017
Paris, France
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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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sps ipc drives

28 – 30 November 2017
Nuremberg, Germany
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