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MAY 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
Only very few last seats available!

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

Get one of the last available seats and benefit from hihly attractive conference presentations and outstanding networking opportunities. Booking of bilateral face-to-face meetings is open.

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

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Embedded VISION Europe 2017
Early-Bird registration is open

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

Member News


CHROMASENS: New member of Lakesight

The company group’s aim is to build up a world-leading provider of industrial image processing solutions. The Constance based company remains an independent GmbH with the two managing directors Martin Hund and Markus Schnitzlein, who are both also represented in the Board of Directors of Lakesight. The integration was made possible by Ambienta, the largest European private equity fund specialising in environmental investments.

Members benefit from extensive synergy effects such as a broader product portfolio, expanded sales, and more resources for the development of innovative products. Read more ›

XIMEA honored by Vision Systems Design magazine

XIMEA GmbH, the camera innovator of small size and high speed cameras, announced that its xiB-64 camera line was recognized by the judges of the annual Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards program. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrator and end-user companies.

XIMEA was honored with a Platinum-level award for Fast speed camera based on PCI Express interface.

Besides the extremely high bandwidth of up to 64 Gbit/s, PCIe interface also allows to aggregate different interfaces and camera models. Read more ›


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Case Study

TELEDYNE DALSA:
Undersea Visionaries: How the Mantis Shrimp is Changing the Way We See the World

Image Humankind has often looked to nature for inspiration. Many species have developed extraordinary ways of surviving, sometimes over millions of years. Studying them can help us find solutions a lot faster and without as much experimentation. Scientists have been looking at the mantis shrimp for inspiration and have discovered that it could change the way we see everything. Read more ›


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Products

ALLIED VISION brings machine vision performance to the embedded world with innovative camera platform

Image Allied Vision, a leading manufacturer of digital cameras for
industrial and scientific image processing, presents a groundbreaking new camera platform on www.embeddedrevolution.com.
The new Allied Vision 1 product line is a full range of digital cameras designed for embedded vision applications but fulfilling the high standards of industrial and scientific image processing also referred to as “machine vision”.
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BAUMER
CX series – more speed and flexibility with firmware
release 2

Image Baumer continues to upgrade the successful CX series with the latest CMOS sensors and up to 12 megapixel resolution. Now, firmware release 2 is speeding up image processing to greater than 1000 fps by ROI selection (Region Of Interest). The new standard-compliant sequencer in conjunction with the existing burst mode open up virtually unlimited possibilities in dynamic applications.

Thanks to ON Semiconductor PYTHON sensors, partially selected pixels are being read out not only vertically but also horizontally at increased speed, which results in significantly higher ROI frame rates. Read more ›


COGNEX introduces Introduces the In-Sight Laser Profiler

Image Cognex Corporation introduced the In-Sight® Laser Profiler, an easy-to-use measurement system that verifies part dimensions. Cognex vision tools, accurate object detection and the EasyBuilder® interface make the new profiler an intuitive and highly reliable tool for obtaining height, gap, position, and angle measurements and detecting defects on the factory floor.

Part profile verifications are used across a wide range of industries, including automotive, electronics, consumer products, and food and beverage, to ensure parts are manufactured within specified tolerances.
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FRAMOS: Compact, high-resolution 12 megapixel lens from Computar for 1.1” sensors

Image Computar has brought the “MPY” lens series with 12 megapixel resolution onto the market specifically to work with the SONY Pregius IMX253 and IMX255 image sensors.
The 1.1” C-Mount series enables the high image quality of the high-resolution SONY sensors to be fully utilized in machine vision, life science and ITS applications.
The Computar MPY series and all other Computar lenses are available through the image processing specialist FRAMOS.

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SVS-VISTEK
Hot: EXO with a specified temperature range of -10 to +60°C

Image In industrial machine vision, cameras and components are frequently exposed to very rough conditions. In such conditions, equipment specified for use in a standard temperature range of between 10 and 45°C frequently meets its limits, meaning that secure operations can no longer be guaranteed. SVS-Vistek has responded to the request of many customers from industry and is now building all EXO models featuring the Sony IMX sensor to operate in temperatures from -10 to +60 °C, thus setting new standards for industrial cameras. Read more ›


STEMMER IMAGING
Mitsubishi Electric Line Scan Bar: The scanner for industry

Image They’re already widely used in offices or at ticket vending machines, but they’re only known to insiders within the industry: documents, cards or bank notes are often read and checked by scanners. Mitsubishi Electric has responded to the needs of the industry and has made this technology available for production, with the launch of a high-speed version of its Contact Image Sensor (CIS), distributed under the name Mitsubishi Electric Line Scan Bar.
Scanners have long been the standard tool in the office and in private use to digitize printed material, nearly every printer provides this function these days. The method behind it’s operation is known: traditional scanners capture the images line by line and combine these individual “image strips” in order to produce an overall image.
Read more ›


Teledyne DALSA
New high-speed cameras feature Camera Link interface and industry-leading SONY and ON-Semi image sensors

Image Teledyne DALSA lhas expanded its high value Genie™ Nano camera series with new Camera Link models built around the industry’s best performing CMOS image sensors from SONY® and ON-Semi®. The first monochrome and color Camera Link® models will feature On-Semi’s 16 and 25M Python image sensors with more on the way.

Engineered for industrial imaging applications that require high-speed data transfer, these new Nano models are an easy replacement for cameras built into current vision systems that rely on the AIA’s Camera Link interface standard. Read more ›


Teledyne E2V
New OctoPlus line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography

Image Teledyne e2v, the global innovator of imaging solutions, has developed a new range of line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) applications in healthcare and industrial markets. The new OctoPlus range will have an immediate impact in ophthalmic OCT by reducing patient examination times and increasing the field of view available to practitioners when carrying out non-invasive eye examinations.

OctoPlus was developed following discussions with doctors and medical industry professionals. It is based on new image sensor pixel architecture and is specifically tuned to provide users with the most accurate images of the retina and cornea; mapping tissue structure, measuring thickness and visualising blood flow dynamics for diagnostics. Read more ›


XENICS
XLIN detector series, the XLIN-FC SQ series and the XLIN-FC R series at Laser Photonics

Image Two of the latest additions to the XLIN detector
series, the XLIN-FC SQ series and the XLIN-FC R
series, will be announced during the four-day exhibi
tion. Both are ultra-high speed SWIR line scan
detectors, suitable for applications in machine vision and spectroscopy.
Xenics exhibits in booth 303 in Hall B3, at the International Congress Center. 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) ›


Teledyne Dalsa

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

 

Events

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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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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