August 2017


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Dear Reader,

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


Embedded VISION Europe 2017
Full program has been published

After having announced and introduced several top-notch speakers during the last weeks, the full conference program packed with presentations that really matter has been published.

In four blocks the topics Embedded Vision Processors, Image Acquisition, Software Tools and Standards & Applications will be addressed.

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

All details as speakers and their bios, exhibiting companies and more may be found at

Stay informed and get all speaker and program announcements first hand at or follow #embeddedVISIONeurope



Member News

EMVA welcomes new member:
VST Europe B.V


VST Europe is a subsidiary of VS Technology, a Japanese developer and manufacturer of sophisticated imaging equipment with a focus on lenses and lighting solutions. VST Europe supports the machine vision market with advanced optical know-how to meet the customers’ various requirements. With the growth of IT and electronics industries, we are seeing high performance yet light and compact machine vision products.
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SVS-Vistek GmbH celebrating its 30th anniversary

ImageUlf Weißer established Vis-Tek 30 years ago on July 13, 1987. SVS-VISTEK GmbH arose in 1998 as the culmination of a long-standing partnership with Walter Denk.
Originally a distributor of opto-electronic components and a systems integrator, SVS-Vistek started designing and producing industrial cameras for machine vision in 1999. Andreas Schaarschmidt joined the company as its third shareholder in 2009, supporting the increasingly international marketing activities.
SVS-Vistek owes its success to its dedication to providing customers with the best possible solution and this philosophy has remained a driving force behind the company to this very day. More than 50 employees develop, advise and implement customers’ requirements to assemble high-quality products.
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Teledyne Cameras Power Award-Winning UAV from University of Toronto Aerospace Team

ImageTeledyne Technologies congratulates the University of Toronto Aerospace Team’s (UTAT) UAV and Aerial Robotics Divisions on their recent success at Unmanned Systems Canada’s national competition. Both teams were honored with awards for the design and performance of their custom-built unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) which flew autonomous search patterns while capturing images at approximately 200 feet above ground.
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Case Study

Process and Quality Optimized Foil Manufacturing

Image When it comes to the manufacturing of band material such as foils it is essential to deliver an error-free quality to the end customers to avoid returns and expensive reworking. To achieve this, it is required to analyze the foil’s surfaces dependably on defects already in the production and to initiate quality-ensuring activities in time. With the inspections system by R.A.M. GmbH, Germany, in which frame grabbers and software by Silicon Software are integrated, foils can be analyzed area-wide with
high resolution, detected defects be differentiated reliably and analyzed in real-time and therefore the processes in the production be optimized. Read more ›

Recent case studies

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Now available: Allied Vision’s high-resolution Prosilica GT with ON Semi PYTHON sensors

Image With three new models of the high-performance Prosilica GT camera family, equipped with latest ON Semi PYTHON CMOS sensors, Allied Vision further expands its leading position in the high-value, high-resolution camera segment. These latest additions to Prosilica GT Large Format housing lineup incorporate the 12K, 16K and 25K families of the high-resolution ON Semi PYTHON sensors with In-pixel Correlated Double Sampling (IP-CDS) global shutter technology.

The Prosilica GT5120 incorporates the ON Semi PYTHON 25K sensor, offering a resolution of 26.2 Megapixel. The Prosilica GT4096 is equipped with the ON Semi PYTHON 16K sensor delivering a resolution of 16.7 Megapixels. And the third new Prosilica GT4090 model has the ON Semi PYTHON 12K sensor and offers a resolution of 12.5 Megapixels. Read more ›

Compact 48 megapixel Global Shutter CMOS cameras: The LX series captures even the finest details fast

Image Now offering the LX series also with CMV50000 CMOS sensor by ams Sensors Belgium (previously CMOSIS), Baumer opens the way to applications placing the highest demands on resolution, frame rates and image quality. The new LX cameras in compact 60 × 60 mm housing, deliver up to 15 fps at the full resolution of 7920 × 6004 pixels.
Therefore highly-dynamic processes such as inspection of PCBs, wafers, surfaces and displays as well as track & trace applications can benefit from high-resolution images with reliable detection of even the finest details and the slightest deviation. Where previously several high-resolution cameras were required to fulfill demanding accuracy requirements, now a single 48 megapixel LX camera will suffice.
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Job offers

Edmund Optics
Senior Imaging Engineer (m/f) ›

Silicon Software

FPGA HDL Developer – Platform-, Operator Design and CNN Development (m/f) ›

Software Developer – Hardware-related Programming in Linux and Windows (m/f) ›

Teledyne Dalsa

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



European Machine Vision Forum

6 – 8 September 2017
Vienna, Austria
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19 – 21 September 2017
Paris, France
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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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6 – 8 December 2017
Yokohama, Japan
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