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Technical article: GenICam 3.0 for standardized 3D cameras

  3D machine vision made easy GenICam 3.0 for standardized 3D cameras With the new 3.0 release the GenICam standard hosted by the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) receives a multiplicity of new functions. One special feature therein is the ... read more

London Brings Vision Standards to the Fore

London was uncommonly chilly this April, as delegates to the Spring 2015 International Vision Standards meeting will testify. But inside the conference rooms at the St. Giles Hotel in London, the temperature was somewhat warmer, as engineers from around the ... read more

EMVA on the podium at opening press conference of Control 2015

Importance of international trade show for quality assurance rises for the machine vision industry Barcelona, 28 April, 2015. With EMVA General Secretary Thomas Lübkemeier, this year for the first time an Executive member of the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) ... read more

Call For Papers: EMVA Young Professional Award

Barcelona, 24 February, 2015. The EMVA Young Professional Award is an annual award to honor the outstanding and innovative work of a student or a young professional in the field of machine vision or image processing. It is the goal ... read more

Fast, precise, objective: 3D surface analysis

Multi-dimensional imaging is one of the most powerful instruments in the field of automated quality assurance. However, to a growing extent, complex object geometries and varying material properties are imposing limits on conventional optical test methods. For example, if the ... read more

Polterluchs – A permanent eye on the timber

Camera manufacturer visiosens has developed the “Polterluchs” camera system, which was awarded the KWF Innovation Medal in 2012 for the digital collection of data on timber stacks. Closing the gap in the measurement chain In order to accelerate timber logistics ... read more

SINTEF: Using robots to get more food from raw materials

Can an industrial robot succeed both at removing the breast fillet from a chicken, and at the same time get more out of the raw materials? Researchers have now built a fully-functional robot in the lab to automate the process ... read more