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NOVEMBER 2019

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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

Flashback on Embedded VISION Europe
APIs for Accelerating Vision and Inferencing: an Industry Overview of Options and Trade-offs

Neil Trevitt, Vice President Developer Ecosystems at NVIDIA and President of Khronos Group, gave a talk about how the landscape of SDKs, APIs and file formats for accelerating inferencing and vision applications evolves rapidly.
Low-level compute APIs, such as OpenCL, Vulkan and CUDA are being used to accelerate inferencing engines such as OpenVX, CoreML, NNAPI and TensorRT, being fed by Neural Network file formats such as NNEF and ONNX.
Some of these APIs, like OpenCV, are vision-specific, while others, like OpenCL, are general-purpose. Some engines, like CoreML and TensorRT, are supplier-specific, while others such as OpenVX are open standards that any supplier can adopt. Which ones should you use for your project?

Neil’s persentation may be downloaded here.
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34. Control show in Stuttgart
Control Vision Talks 2020

Forum for Machine Vision & Optical Metrology at Control 2020

From 5-7 May 2020 the EMVA in partnership with trade show organizer P.E. Schall and supported by media partner inVISION will organize the forum ´Control Vision Talks´ again.

The forum aims to educate the trade show visitor on benefits, applications and methods of machine vision and optical metrology solutions for factory automation. It is composed by contributed company presentations and the respective ‘Call for Presentation’ will be distributed soon. Read more ›


Member News

ADIMEC
Adimec and Tegema line up for advanced sensor alignment

Image Adimec has entered into a partnership with Tegema, a multidisciplinary system integrator with 40 years of experience in applied precision engineering and mechatronics for production automation, to develop a machine that automatically aligns camera lenses to state-of-the-art CMOS image sensors.
Building on 40 years of system integration experience in applied precision mechanics and mechatronics for factory automation, Tegema is taking care of the design and manufacturing. Adimec brings to the equation its 25-year history in high-end industrial imaging solutions. It plans to use the resulting modular system in a broad range of projects requiring high volumes and ultra-high accuracies. Read more ›


iiM
LUMIMAX® Knowledge Base with background information on LED lighting technology

While the human eye can adapt itself to a wide range of environments and situations, the camera only sees what is actually made visible to it by the lighting conditions. Accordingly, the image quality of your Machine Vision application is entirely dependent on the right choice of lighting.
The idea behind the LUMIMAX® Knowledge Base is to give you some background knowledge of LED lighting technology, to simplify your choice of the right lighting and to inform you about the kinds of applications for which our LUMIMAX® LED lighting can be used.
All in all, you will receive a compact lighting encyclopaedia, which will advise you in your daily work. Access Knowledge Base ›


EURESYS
New logo & reinforcing role in empowering computer vision

Euresys announced new logo and corporate design as part of the ongoing evolution! With the recent 30 year anniversary celebration and successful acquisition of Sensor to Image, it is the perfect time to refresh our logo as well as our tagline to clearly highlight our purpose.
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VDMA
Machine Vision Pavilion at the automatica 2020

automatica is the world’s leading trade fair for smart automation and robotics. It offers the world’s largest range of robotics, assembly solution systems and machine vision systems and will take place from 16 to 19 June 2020 in Munich. VDMA Machine Vision is organising a joint booth for machine vision companies. Read more ›

Case Study

LMI
Automated Rivet Hole Inspection in Aircraft Section Assembly

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Aircraft production presents various technical challenges, such as large product dimensions, complex joining processes, and the need for proper organization of assembly tasks. Overcoming such challenges while enforcing tight tolerances and managing small batch sizes is often difficult to achieve with a high degree of cost efficiency. Read more ›

 

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Products

BAUMER
VeriSens vision sensors control Universal Robots

Image The new smart VeriSens vision sensors XF900 and XC900 control the collaborating robots (cobots) of Universal Robots within only a few minutes of setting up. The robot-compatible vision sensors are mounted directly on the cobot or above it. Thanks to the SmartGrid (patent pending), calibration in terms of image distortion, conversion into world coordinates, and coordinate alignment between the vision sensor and robot take place automatically and extremely easy. This eliminates the conventional required elaborate manual “hand-eye” calibration of the robot and vision sensor. Read more ›


EURESYS
Reduce time to market with transport layer IP Cores

Image The core competency of engineers designing machine vision cameras and systems is usually configuring the core camera features to provide the best possible image while meeting size, weight, power budget and other requirements. But they also have to devote considerable time and effort to successfully streaming the image from the camera to the host. Leading edge vision transport layer standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision and CoaXPress (CXP) are complex and are evolving, so several months of work by experienced protocol engineers is typically required to design the interface.
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JAI
Newest multi-spectral prism cameras: up to 146% more resolution at up to 7.5X higher frame rates

Image JAI has launched a new generation of prism cameras in its Fusion Series of multi-spectral imaging solutions. The new FS-3200D-10GE and FS-1600D-10GE cameras have two-channel dichroic prisms that divide the incoming light to two precisely-aligned CMOS area scan imagers. One channel captures light from the visible spectrum (approximately 400 nm to 670 nm) and delivers it to a Bayer color sensor, while the second channel directs light from the near infrared (NIR) portion of the spectrum (approximately 740 nm to 1000 nm) to a monochrome, NIR-sensitive sensor. Read more ›


LUCID VISION LABS
Launch of 2K Triton Line Scan Camera Featuring IP67 Protection for Industrial Applications

Image The Triton line scan camera is the newest addition to the Triton series, featuring the “2K AMS Dragster DR-2k-7” monochrome line scan sensor with a 7 μm pixel size and a resolution of 2048 x 1 at a line rate of 60 kHz. Additional features such as IP67 protection, a robust M12 Ethernet GPIO connector, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and a temperature range (0°C to 55°C ambient), ensure a reliable operation in demanding industrial environments. Due to its lightweight, compact 29 mm x 29 mm size, the Triton line scan camera is smaller than most line scan cameras on the market and can easily fit in nearly any application. Read more ›


SILICON SOFTWARE
VisualApplets 3.2 Released

Image Silicon Software GmbH, manufacturer of frame grabbers and intelligent image processing solutions, has released version 3.2 of its VisualApplets graphical development environment, with a scalable operator for JPEG compression of grayscale and color images, and further developed the automation of the software by a Tcl console and additional features.
The JPEG application with its encoding performance of up to 7.2 GB/s on the current microEnable 5 marathon frame grabber series represents the most powerful market solution. By combining it with further image processing steps, high-quality color reconstructions from Bayer CFA cameras can be latency-free pre-connected.
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Teledyne DALSA
Newest LWIR camera excels in machine vision applications

Image Teledyne e2v announced its second-generation Calibir DXM640 camera. The compact and uncooled Calibir LWIR platform offers outstanding shutterless performance and is optimized for Size, Weight and Power (SWAP). This higher performing version will be useful for both machine vision, where synchronization is required in an active inspection system, and in defense and security applications requiring low NETD and networked cameras.

The Calibir DXM640 features both shutter and shutterless operation and rapid image output on power up while delivering uniform response over the entire operating temperature range. Read more ›


Teledyne E2V
Introducing industry’s first 1.3MP Time-of-Flight sensor

Image Teledyne e2v announced its new Bora™ Time-of-Flight CMOS image sensor, tailored for 3D detection and distance measurement to support the latest industrial applications, including vision guided robotics, logistics and surveillance.

Based on an innovative 10µm pixel design and incorporating a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels, the Bora image sensor offers excellent sensitivity and a unique on-chip gated global shutter mode, which enables gating times of up to 42ns.

Bora’s highly flexible design allows: Read more ›


VISION COMPONENTS
New embedded vision systems with quad-core processors

Image Vision Components premiered the first prototype of its latest generation of embedded vision systems offering a substantial performance boost at Embedded VISION Europe in Stuttgart, Germany, on October 24, 2019. The onboard quad-core processor, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 410, is clocked at 1.2 GHz. The board camera features a Gbit Ethernet interface, 12 GPIOs, 1 GB RAM, and 16 GB flash memory. Two optional add-on boards provide the embedded system with an SD card slot and more interfaces:
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Job offers


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FPGA Gigabit Design Engineer (m/f/o)



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Production Manager in Electronics (m/f/o) ›



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Verification & Validation Engineer (m/f/o) ›

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Events

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4 – 6 December 2019
Yokohama, Japan
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A3 Business Forum

13 – 15 January 2020
Orlando, FL, USA
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SPIE Photonics West

1 – 6 February 2020
San Francisco, CA, USA
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Hannover Fair

20 -24 April 2020
Hannover, Germany
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Control Vision Talks

5 – 7 May 2020
Stuttgart, Germany
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