November 2022




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.

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Thomas Lübkemeier
EMVA General Secretary

21. Edition of EMVA Annual Highlight Conference
Early-Bird Registration Open for
EMVA Business Conference 2023 in Seville, Spain

The EMVA is pleased to annouce that the registration platform for the 21st EMVA Business Conference is open at

Taking place May 4 – 6 in Seville, Spain, the EMVA Conference unites business leaders and technical experts within the machine vision industry from Europe and around the world to present and discuss the trends and challenges of our business. It provides a unique platform in Europe for networking, establishing contacts and exchanging ideas. The EMVA Business Conference sets the course for developing and strengthening our industry in Europe.

Meet CEOs, managing directors, corporate strategists, marketing directors, technical managers and other executives of our business to exchange market intelligence and news of innovative technologies.

EMVA Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The Business Conference in Seville will also be the perfect place to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the leading European Vision Tech association – the EMVA.

In good tradition the conference days will start at Thursday afternoon, May 4th, 2023, with the member-exclusive EMVA General Assembly.

Currently the EMVA offers reduced ‘Early-Bird’ rates
to its members and non-members.
Don’t miss to get your seat right now!

inVISION Days Conference is running

The inVISION Days – Digital Conference for Machine Vision – is back and is just now running online.

From November 29 to December 1, 2022, 36 presentations, three keynotes, six EMVA Vision Pitches and three panel discussions will present the latest trends in Cameras & Optics, Embedded Vision & AI and Robot Vision & Bin Picking. Registration for inVISION Days is free and also provides access to all videos of the presentations after the conference (video-on-demand). Read more ›

EMVA welcomes new member
Heliotis AG

Heliotis provides cutting edge industrial 3D cameras. The white light interferometry (WLI) principle used assures reliable measurement with extreme accuracy down to a few nano meters height resolution. Heliotis’ proprietary smart-pxiel CMOS image sensor enables sub-second cycle time. This allows integration into production lines for industrial quality control.
Located in the central Switzerland, Heliotis supplies the worldwide market. Leading manufacturers of semiconductors, consumer and automotive electronics as well as medical technology rely on the precision and reliability of Heliotis products.
Read more ›

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Intelligent robotics for laundries closes automation gap

The textile and garment industry is facing major challenges with current supply chain and energy issues. The future recovery is also threatened by factors that hinder production, such as labour and equipment shortages, which put them under additional pressure. The competitiveness of the industry, especially in a global context, depends on how affected companies respond to these framework conditions.
One solution is to move the production of clothing back to Europe in an economically viable way. Shorter transport routes and the associated significant savings in transport costs and greenhouse gases speak in favour of this. On the other hand, the related higher wage costs and the prevailing shortage of skilled workers in this country must be compensated. The latter requires further automation of textile processing. Read more ›

New Tamron AF-zoom camera with additional output options

The Tamron MP3010M-EV AF-Zoom camera is the successor to the very popular MP1010M and MP1110M cameras, and we have stock ready for shipping today.

The MP3010M-EV is extremely light and compact, measuring only 59 x 33 x 43mm. The Full HD camera features a 10x zoom, a 5MP sensor, simultaneous LVDS/HDMI/CVBS image output, and an enhanced electronic image stabilizer. 3G-SDI, USB 3 or Ethernet IP video output solutions are available, using Active Silicon’s Harrier interface technology. Read more ›

New Harrier 4K Camera with Ethernet IP video output

We have a new 4K autofocus-zoom camera in our expanding Harrier range! It gives even more choice and flexibility to find the best block camera whatever your application and requirements.

The Harrier 23x AF-Zoom IP 4K Camera is a compact autofocus-zoom Ethernet camera with real-time 4K video output and 23x optical zoom. It features a 8.3MP Sony CMOS sensor and provides low-latency H.265/H.264 video output. Read more ›

AT Enables Up to Ten Times Faster 3D Scans Than Existing Sensors

Fast, faster, fastest. AT – Automation Technology has recently developed its own sensor chip that turns the 3D sensors of the new C6-3070 series from the northern German technology company into the fastest in the world. In terms of the combination of resolution and speed, the new product is currently unmatched and sets completely new standards in the image processing industry with its new WARP (Widely Advanced Rapid Profiling) technology. Read more ›

Teledyne DALSA
Expanding its Genie™ Nano portfolio with new 10GigE cameras

Teledyne DALSA is pleased to announce the all-new Genie Nano-10GigE M/C8200, and M/C6200, based on Teledyne e2v’s 67M and 37M monochrome and color sensors. The new Genie Nano-10GigE series delivers a futureproof and scalable solution with significantly higher interface speeds and resolutions, offering system designers an easy integration path for application upgrades requiring higher speed data capture and transfers.
“The new Teledyne e2v Emerald 67M global shutter CMOS image sensor provides excellent performance and image quality for high-end optical inspection,” said Manny Romero, … Read more ›

Introducing 127.7 MP 25GigE Camera Featuring Sony IMX661 CMOS Sensor

Emergent Vision Technologies, introduces the 127.7 MP HB-127-S, the latest addition to its award-winning Bolt 25GigE cameras. Through its 25GigE SFP28 interface, the camera captures full resolution (13400 x 9528) images at 19.9 fps.

Available in monochrome and color versions, the camera features Sony’s IMX661 CMOS image sensor — a 127.7 MP, 56.7 mm CMOS image sensor with 3.45 x 3.45 µm pixel size. Both GigE Vision and GenICam compliant, the camera reaches 19.9 fps in 8-bit, 10-bit, and 12-bit modes. Read more ›

New THULITE Large Format Lenses

A set of high-end lenses for APS-C sized 2” sensors and typical machine vision applications.

These high resolution lenses for sensors up to 32 mm diagonal are compact and robust and therefore ideal for demanding imaging applications even in harsh environment. The optical design prevents shading with CRA sensitive sensors and the special broadband AR coating enables the use either in the visible 400 to 700 nm or in the NIR 700 to 1000 nm range. Read more ›

New PYRITE LF – Liquid Focus Lenses

The ideal solution for imaging applications requiring rapid focusing, high throughput, and depth of field.

These lenses are combining an approved Schneider-Kreuznach lens and one of Optotunes Focus Tunable Lenses EL-16-40-TC. They come in two versions for C-Mount and TFL-Mount. To achieve a wide range of working distance the lenses can be combined with extension tubes of 5 mm or 8 mm so the liquid lens can always be used in its optimal operating range. Read more ›

Upcoming Highlights

29 November – 1 December 2022
Online Conference
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21. EMVA Business Conference

4 – 6 May 2023
Seville, Spain
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