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MARCH 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
Sony Kapoor to give Opening Keynote at EMVA Conference

In his current role as Managing Director of the international think tank
Re-Define Sony advises key policymakers in the EU and in emerging economies. He also runs Court Jesters, a boutique consultancy that specialises in tackling groupthink in corporate boards and investment committees.
In addition, he is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Asset Management and Insurance. Part of his current work focuses on the future of technology and its interplay with productivity and future of labour.

In his keynote Sony takes the challenge to look at Europe’s economical development under the actually volatile conditions. The UK declares Brexit giving example for other regions and states within Europe strengthening separation trends. And across the Atlantic the Trump administration introduces a new style of leading the United States.

How will this reflect Europe’s economies and industries?
Do we find some answers enabling us to consider adjustments and to be prepared?

Don’t miss it and register right now!

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

Young Professional Award

In good tradition the 2017 winner of the Young Professional Award will be announced at the conference. For the first time the award is endowed with € 1500 besides of the opportunity to present the awarded work at the conference. Download the Call for Papers.


New conference format “Industrial Vision Conference” with EMVA support

EMVA has been cooperation partner of the 1. Industrial Vision Conference from 8-9 March in Ludwigsburg/Germany with well over fifty conference participants. The two-day conference put a focus on application driven machine vision tasks and problems and was moderated by Prof. Dr. Michael Heizman, Head of the Institue for Industrial Information Technology (IIIT) at the KIT in Karlsruhe.
Speakers and participants came from industrial customers of vision technology as well as from vision manufacturer and research side. A keynote was given by Harald Strehle from Daimler AG addressing the demands placed on machine vision systems from the perspective of a car manufacturer. Other focal topics with several high-level presentations each were “methods of image acquisition”, “sensor technology and hardware components”, and “methods of quality control”. The conference closed with a session on machine vision and safety which included a panel discussion on the status quo of safety and security in machine vision addressing future topics such as data safety and safety at work, secure human-robot collaboration, and monitoring of sensitive production areas.

 

Member News


FRAMOS Image Sensor Tech Days 2017 Presents the Latest News and Innovations for Camera Developers

With technical news, comprehensive research and measurement results from current image sensors, the second FRAMOS Image Sensor Tech Days conference, held from April 25 to 26, will offer the ideal platform for camera developers to share information and exchange ideas. This workshop will feature exclusive presentations by SONY Japan, ON Semiconductor and e2v on current developments and future sensor innovations. The conference will focus on Machine Vision, Intelligent Traffic Surveillance (ITS), security and scientific applications, as well as talks on effective equipping, suitable lens solutions and 360° imaging.
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65. Heidelberg Image Processing Forum
„Embedded Vision Systems: Performance and Programming”

ImageMannheim University and Silicon Software GmbH, July 4, 2017.

Key for the Heidelberg Forum is a unique mix of speakers from research and industry. The German language event gives an overview and well-funded answers on the hot topic of embedded vision systems: What is the best computing architecture? How powerful are various architectures? How to program them? What are new application areas?

Each participant can exhibit hardware, software or a poster for free including a one-minute teaser talk to the plenum. EMVA Members get 10% discount!
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EMVA 1288 Course Standard 3.1 –
Foundations, Usage, and Applications

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FRAMOS, Taufkirchen-Germany, 28 – 29 June 2017
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Bernd Jähne

Does this sound familiar to you? You would like to objectively compare cameras and find out which camera fits best into your application. Unfortunately, data sheets more than often are not
compatible with each other and thus you are forced to conduct your own cumbersome investigations. Read more ›

Case Study

SICK:
Maximum Performance Thanks to Additional Height Monitoring

Image scanware electronic GmbH in Bickenbach, Germany, develops and manufactures inspection systems for the 3D quality control of pharmaceutical products during the packing process. Nowadays, 2D cameras are no longer up to the inspection tasks set by packaging machine manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies. That’s why, for ten years now, scanware has relied on the high-resolution, versatile Ranger 3D vision camera from SICK when it comes to developing custom solutions. Read more ›


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Products

MIKROTRON presents new family of high–resolution high-speed Machine Vision cameras

ImageMikrotron has introduced its new line of extremely compact high-resolution high-speed CoaXPress® and CameraLink machine vision cameras. All three new camera models, namely EoSens® 25CXP+, EoSens® 12CXP+ and EoSens® 25CL+ are powered by an advanced OnSemi PYTHON CMOS sensor. The high resolution of the CMOS global shutter camera models, combined with a precise trigger and synchronization, a high frame rate and short integration times , give a perfect image quality and allow, for example, capturing even the smallest details of components in PCB assembly in high speed. Read more ›


SONY announces availability of 5.1 MP 154 fps GS CMOS Camera Link modules, XCL-SG510

Image Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions has announced it has begun shipping its range of 5.1 MP, 154fps Camera Link V2.0 modules based on its global-shutter CMOS technology – XCL-SG510.
The camera series, which has been shortlisted for Elektronik’s Product of the Year Awards is suited to a wide range of sectors to capture high-speed moving objects in low (0.5 lx), imperfect or changing lighting conditions including intelligent transport (ITS), factory automation, food / drink inspection and pharmaceutical applications. Read more ›


SVS-VISTEK’s brand new EXO304 Tracer opens up possibilities for entirely new applications

Image The EVO Tracer sets standards as an industrial camera with
controllable Micro Four Thirds lens systems. With the new EXO304 Tracer, SVS-Vistek is taking this successful system one step further towards greater resolution in industrial machine vision, once again widening the scope for possible applications for industrial machine vision.
The new EXO304TR combines the advantages of an imaging system featuring completely controllable lenses (zoom, focus, aperture) with the outstanding image quality of the Sony IMX sensors. Read more ›


TATTILE introduces brand-new Smart Camera

ImageIn the wide range of products dedicated to Machine Vision, Tattile’s monochrome and color Smart Cameras stand out as ‘all in one’ systems mainly developed for industrial applications where space limitations don’t allow the installation of a conventional camera and the relevant cabling to the processing unit. Tattile Smart Cameras are perfectly designed for application fields such as online inspection, robotics, 3D measurement systems, and others. The range of these compact, high performance Tattile Smart Cameras now includes the brand-new ‘off the shelf’ S12MP. Read more ›

 


Teledyne DALSA adds 16k CLHS model to its low-cost line scan camera series

Image Teledyne DALSA announced the extension of its Linea family of low-cost, high-value line scan cameras with a new 16k CLHS model.
The new Linea™ 16k CLHS camera delivers the exceptional performance and features found in the current lineup of high-end cameras at an unprecedented price point. Based on the most advanced CMOS line scan technology, the camera employs a 16k single line, 3.52 µm x 3.52 µm pixel array at a 71 kHz maximum line rate. The new model offers cost-effective solutions for flat panel display, printed circuit board, web inspection and general purpose machine vision applications. Read more ›


XIMEA releases new camera models with Sony CMOS sensors and USB3

Image It started with models based on IMX174, IMX252 and IMX250, and now XIMEA has made accessible to the general public the first units with Sony CMOS IMX255 sensor providing 8.9 Mpix at 43 Fps, as well as cameras using the Sony IMX253 sensor with 12.4 Mpix at 31 Fps. These newcomers are part of the xiC line of cameras enhanced with the ever popular USB3 interface. Read more ›


ZEISS – Out of the environmental lab and into the world

Image ZEISS lenses need to operate perfectly in extreme conditions, withstanding everything from scorching heat and bitter cold to sandstorms and severe vibrations. At its test laboratory in Oberkochen, Germany, ZEISS conducts comprehensive experiments to see how ZEISS lenses respond under these conditions, and to more extreme external influences. The following video shows how ZEISS researchers systematically submit lenses to extreme stresses in order to arrive at findings that can help in future lens design and development.
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Job offers


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Events

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Automate

3 – 6 April 2017
Chicago, IL, United States
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Hannover Fair

24 – 28 April 2017
Hannover, Germany
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IS Auto Europe 2017

25 – 26 April 2017
Düsseldorf, Germany
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FRAMOS Image Sensor Tech Days

25 – 26 April 2017
Aschheim, Germany
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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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