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OCTOBER 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

Last Seats Available – Register Now!
International Vision Night

The Restaurant Plenum located right in the city centre of Stuttgart in the State Parliament building welcomes the machine vision community for a pleasant evening in a casual setting. Come and enjoy the recently reopened restaurant to meet and talk with customers, partners, colleagues and friends.
In good tradition exhibitors and visitors of the 2016 VISION show will meet the evening before the trade show opens its doors. The EMVA team and the premium sponsor of the evening MaxxVision are looking forward to welcome our previously registered guests on 7 November at 7 pm.

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Visit us at hall 1, B11:
International Vision Standards booth at VISION

Standardization is a key issue in the development of the machine vision industry. There are over two decades between the first de-facto digital interface standards supported by only a few manufacturers and the latest truly global developed machine vision standard. During that period the machine vision industry, supported by the leading industry associations has learned how to manage the development and dissemination of existing and new standards jointly and efficiently.

At the special exhibition International Machine Vision Standards the EMVA together with its partner organizations AIA based in North America, Japan Industrial Imaging Association (JIIA), and the VDMA presents the most commonly used digital interface standards in the industry in their current versions.

“Experts from the industry standards EMVA1288, USB3 Vision, GigE Vision, CoaXPress as well as for standardization in lighting and embedded vision stand by for specific questions during all three show days”, says Thomas Lübkemeier, EMVA General Secretary. Special attention will be given to the EMVA hosted programming interface GenICamTM which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.

In addition, exhibitors and visitors alike are invited to finish the first two show days with an happy hour at 4.00 pm each at booth B11 in hall 1 on the International Machine Vision Standards booth. The networking get-together on Tuesday 8 November is supported by the EMVA member Edmund Optics. On Wednesday 9 November (4 – 5pm) we will celebrate “10 Years GenICam”.
The event is supported by Basler AG, one of the main drivers and long years contributor
to the development of GenICam. Read more ›

Member News

EMVA welcomes new members:

ISORG

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ISORG is the pioneering company in Organic and Printed Electronics devices for large-area photodetectors and image sensors with a paradigm shift in the industry. ISORG converts plastic and glass surfaces into smart surfaces. ISORG offers a new generation of high performance imagers with 3D product integration capability recognizing any shapes and form factors.
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Smart Vision Lights

Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, Mich.) is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-brightness LED lights for industrial applications, including machine vision. Smart Vision Lights products come with universal internal current-control drivers, offering constant or strobed operation, reduced wiring requirements, and easy installation. Smart Vision Lights products also are the safest on the market thanks to the company’s in-house IEC 62741 light-testing laboratory, guaranteeing conformity and compliance for your lighting systems, regardless of where they are installed around the globe. Read more ›

Case Study

FRAMOS
Digital, High-Speed and Under Full Control:
High-precise mounting of flexografic printing plates with imaging-based surveillance.

Image The In-Sight 5613 vision system with high read rates is the heart of an inspection and identification module for track-and-trace solutions from Bosch Packaging Technology.
In late 2016 a new European counterfeiting directive is coming into force prohibiting the sale of prescription medicines without clear labeling. The pharmaceuticals industry is under pressure, since the new rules require manufacturers and distributors of medicines to use end-to-end track & trace solutions to ensure traceability along the entire supply chain.
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Products

E2V – new CMOS sensors feature the world’s smallest true global shutter

Imagee2v has launched its ground breaking new Emerald family of Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors. This new product family features the world’s smallest true global shutter pixel available on the market today (2.8µm). With a smaller optical format and higher resolutions, the new sensors lead to improved performance and reduced system costs for customers.
This new generation of image sensors marks a significant improvement of Dark Signal Non Uniformity (DSNU), that is 10 times improved when compared to other CMOS products. Read more ›


FRAMOS – New AR0136 image sensor

Image Our test of the new Onsemi Rolling Shutter Sensor, the AR0136 as successor of the AR0132, has shown an improved fit for the automotive, security and surveillance industries.
Thanks to the backside-illuminated (BSI) production technology, the performance of the AR0136 sensor has been improved compared to the AR0132, and the sensor demonstrates, improved quantum efficiency of red pixels.
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FRAMOS – SONY offers new high resolution sensors from the PREGIUS range

Image With 8.9MP and 12.3MP, SONY is expanding its PREGIUS range with two new high resolution sensor groups.
The sensors IMX253/255 and IMX304/305 as well as IMX267 are characterized by a pixel size of 3,45µm, which is the smallest available in the market today.
Thanks to the same casing and pin layout, they are compatible. These different sensor versions focus on industrial applications, ITS (Intelligent Traffic Systems) and security and are available in a variety of price ranges.
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PLEORA – GigE Vision over NBASE-T video interface brings bandwidth boost to imaging industry

Image Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, unveiled the first solution that brings the bandwidth and Cat 5e cabling advantages of NBASE-T technology to the vision industry.
Leading X-ray flat panel detector (FPD) and camera manufacturers are already designing Pleora’s GigE Vision over NBASE-T video interface hardware into advanced imaging devices for medical and machine vision applications..
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SMART VISION LIGHTS launches new additions to its backlight and linear light series product line

Image Smart Vision Lights announced that it will introduce several new machine vision LED lights — including new additions to its backlight and linear light series product line — at VISION 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany in November. Smart Vision Lights can be found at booth #IE51. Read more ›


TELEDYNE DALSA – New low-cost ID Vision Sensors enable faster, more accurate inspection

Image Teledyne DALSA announced its new BOA™ Spot ID vision sensors; the latest in its series of low-cost and easy-to-integrate vision solutions for the factory floor. BOA Spot ID combines 1D/2D code reading with OCR and verification tools for a number of product identification and verification applications, including quality control, traceability and logistics management, and product validation..
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TELEDYNE DALSA – Low-cost GigE camera series now includes 16 and 25 MP models

Image Teledyne DALSA today announced the addition of two very high resolution models to its high-value Genie™ Nano GigE Vision camera series. Powered by ONSEMI’s Python® image sensors, the new 16 and 25 Megapixel monochrome cameras deliver fast, high-quality imaging. The addition of these two new models (M4090 and M5100) gives systems designers even more choice from a growing number of Genie Nano cameras powered by 33 of the industry’s leading CMOS image sensors.
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XIMEA – 8K camera with 47 Mpix, 64 Gbits high speed models and more

Image The PCIe interface allows camera to stream data at speeds from 20 Gbit/s to as high as 64 Gbit/s over a distance of up to 300m using Fiber and without the need of expensive framegrabbers or special, complicated software. Resolution range from 4K to 8K is enhanced with integrated interface compatible with Canon EF-mount lens that allows remote control of aperture, focus and image stabilization. First 4K model called CB120 is equipped with CMV12000 sensors from CMOSIS. With the help of new generation of PCI Express referred to as PCIe 3.0 this 12 Mpix sensor is able to reach the remarkable speed of over 330 Fps at full resolution. Read more ›

Job offers

Allied Vision

Build & Release Manager (m/w) ›

Business Intelligence Developer (m/w) ›

Electronics Designer (m/w) ›

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

Sachbearbeiter (m/w) Auftragsbearbeitung Vertriebsinnendienst ›

Events

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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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A3 Business Forum

18 – 20 January 2017
Orlando, FL, USA
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SPIE Photonics West

28 January – 2 February 2017
San Francisco, CA, USA
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Vision China

14 – 16 March 2017
Shanhai, China
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Israel Machine Vision Conference

28 March 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Hannover Fair

24 – 28 April 2017
Hannover, Germany
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Control

9 – 12 May 2017
Stuttgart, Germany
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