October 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.

Kind regards,
Thomas Lübkemeier
EMVA General Secretary

International Vision Night and VISION show
VISION show again industry highlight

4-6 October 2022 the VISION, leading world trade fair for machine vision and the industry’s most important international meeting point again offered a unique platform in Stuttgart.

Already the eve before the show started, more than 100 vision professionals joined EMVA’s International Vision Night for networking in a casual setting.
During the show days the booth on International Machine Vision Standards offered insights to the most recent developments on MV Standards – a proposal well accepted by international visitors.

The EMVA looks forward to the next VISION show from

8 – 10 October 2024.

High international participation in the 30th version of VISION

A total of 6,505 visitors and 378 exhibitors in Stuttgart/High-quality meetings distinguish the trade fair

Two fully booked exhibition halls and two high-calibre lecture forums: The 30th VISION was held with an excellent atmosphere in the Alfred Kärcher Halle (hall 8) and Paul Horn Halle (hall 10).

Visitor and exhibitor numbers on the rise again!

VISION 2022 recorded a total number of 6,505 trade visitors. This made the world’s leading trade fair again the centre of the machine vision industry.

“VISION 2022 was a complete success and vastly exceeded our expectations – both in terms of visitors and exhibitors. It was also nice to see that, following the limitations caused by the pandemic last year, the event once again had a high international presence. This means that VISION once more developed along established structures also in terms of information procurement”, said Roland Bleinroth, President of Messe Stuttgart. Read more › *

* in case link doesn’t work go to: https://www.messe-stuttgart.de/vision/en/journalists/press-material

EMVA welcomes new member
Dotphoton AG

Dotphoton is a Swiss technology company that delivers innovative image compression solutions for big image data. Dotphoton’s unique set of algorithms and cutting-edge approach to camera calibration enables file size reduction by a factor of 5-8, preserving the raw quality of images.

By combining the flexibility of lossy formats with the reliability and quality of lossless technologies, Dotphoton enables scalable data-centric AI and ML analysis. Its compression results in 5-8x faster image data transfer and remote access at 200MB/sec/core, as well as a 5-8x reduction in data storage costs and CO2 emissions.

Dotphoton’s deep understanding of the latest insights from the quantum information field ensures it stays ahead as a highly reliable partner, trusted by the European Space Agency, Bosch, leading life-science camera manufacturers and biomedical centres.
Read more ›

EMVA welcomes new member
Oversonic Robotics Srl

Oversonic Robotics is a leading company in cognitive humanoid robotics founded in 2020 with an entrepreneurial vision and goal of progress and well-being: make the benefits of the future available to all by developing and improving the cognitive capabilities of artificial intelligence and creating innovative solutions and applications in industry and healthcare. Our mission is to support people who perform the most repetitive, dangerous and strenuous jobs by providing technological solutions that complement people’s daily lives while being environmentally friendly. Read more ›

IWR, Heidelberg University
82. Heidelberg Image Processing Forum

The 82nd Heidelberg Image Processing Forum on November 8th, 2022, again takes place at a top location for application-oriented research.
Experience an up-to-date survey of 3-D imaging techniques and a lab tour of the Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM in Freiburg, Germany. Read more ›

Closing €50M C Series round with new investment from Prosperity7

Prophesee, the inventor of the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision systems, announced the completion of its Series C round of funding with the addition of a new investment from Prosperity7 ventures. The round now totals €50m, including backing from initial Series C investors Sinovation Ventures and Xiaomi. They join an already strong group of international investors from North America, Europe and Japan that includes Intel Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, 360 Capital, iBionext, and the European Investment Bank. Read more ›

Vision-Based Sports Analytics, Soccer Training and Player Assessment

Compare and Develop players

All professional soccer clubs face similar tasks: how do you evaluate the performance of a soccer player, how do you objectively compare different players, how can you measure progress, and how do you correctly assess potential of future stars? In the past, clubs relied on the statements of talent scouts and coaches. Today, empirical, objective comparison criteria is in great demand.

The solution: skills-lab.com
Under the skills.lab brand, Anton Paar SportsTec GmbH has designed and implemented various training systems for this purpose: The Arena, The Studio and The Cube. Read more ›

Teledyne DALSA
Extending its Falcon area scan camera series with new 37M and 67M models

Teledyne DALSA is pleased to announce its new Falcon™4-CLHS M6200 and M8200 cameras, based on Teledyne e2v’s Emerald 37M and 67M monochrome sensors.
The new Falcon4-CLHS models deliver higher resolution, added functionality and ease of use with a CLHS interface that has been engineered for industrial imaging applications requiring high-speed data transfer. These models can reach multiple thousands of frames per second in either partial scan mode, or when using the Multi-ROI mode, with up to 32 distinct region of interest. Read more ›

Teledyne FLIR
New Ladybug6 cameras for high accuracy 360-degree spherical image capture

Teledyne FLIR Integrated Imaging Solutions is pleased to announce the all new Ladybug6— the latest addition to its field proven Ladybug series. Ladybug6 is the leading high-resolution camera designed to capture 360-degree spherical images from moving platforms in all-weather conditions. Its industrial grade design and out-of-the-box factory calibration produces 72 Megapixel (MP) images with pixel values that are spatially accurate within +/- 2 mm at 10-meter distance.
“The new Teledyne Ladybug6 is designed for mobile mapping and all-weather inspection projects requiring excellent image quality and high resolution,” said Mike Lee, Senior Product Manager at Teledyne FLIR. Read more ›

Protective enclosure for industrial cameras

GeT Cameras has developed and produced a second machine vision camera enclosure. Protect your industrial camera against humid and dusty environments for €395,-.

Our MVEC267-XL camera enclosure:

  • is designed to meet the IP67 standards but does not require expensive IP67 cables and connectors.
  • supports larger machine vision cameras up to 44x44mm from multiple camera manufacturers. Large lenses with a diameter up to 74mm will fit thanks to the modular concept.
  • has an excellent price / quality ratio.

Why protect your industrial camera?
Machine vision cameras and lenses are a crucial part in machine vision applications. Read more ›

IP65 Waterproof Computer with Intel® Atom® x6425E, 2x 2.5GbE and Isolated COM Ports

POC-465AWP is a new segment of Neousys fanless computers featuring an IP65 rating based on Intel® Elkhart Lake Atom. The acronym AWP stands for affordability, waterproof, and protection. In short, the POC-465AWP is designed to solve your everyday environmental challenges. With IP65 waterproof protection in a stainless steel and aluminum chassis, the air-tight system prevents internal PCBA corrosion in high salinity or humidity situations. Secondly, the hermetic enclosure can be deployed into grimy or dusty air-polluted environments such as a farm or mining site without being affected. Read more ›

AI-ready Imaging Modules for Biomedical and Life Science Microfluidics Applications

Droplet-based or digital microfluidics is a screening method used in various applications in practice. It creates serial sequences of droplets that are considered as self-contained reaction vessels. Microfluidic setup with Opto’s Imaging Module profile M, Fluigent pumps and IPHT chip. The Software tracks flow, measures volume and speed and tags the specimen. It runs on OptoViewer 2.0. all plug and play all embedded, all in one. Advantages for the customer are the pure all in one digital microscope with open software architecture, the nano /pixel resolution with large FoV, high contrast and color stability, the repeatability of the image and the ultra compact design for easy machine integration. Read more ›

Modular Embedded Ecosystem

STEMMER IMAGING has been an expert in machine vision technology for 35 years. In its anniversary year, the company is now presenting its new embedded vision concept “STEMMER IMAGING Modular Embedded”. Setup as a comprehensive ecosystem, Modular Embedded relies on a powerful hardware selection combined with a wide range of state-of-the-art cameras, the best software tools and individual service packages.
Everything from a single source and with expert knowledge that customers can rely on to realise sophisticated machine vision solutions on modern embedded technology quickly and without major development effort. Read more ›

OEM laser profiler with integrated 3D image processing

Vision Components launches the new OEM laser profiler VC picoSmart 3D with integrated processors for 3D profile data analysis and further image processing tasks. All components are designed to function together perfectly: a miniaturized embedded vision system with a 1-megapixel image sensor, an FPGA and a high-end FPU processor and a line laser module with a blue high-power laser. The system is enclosed in a compact industrial-grade housing measuring only 100 mm x 40 mm x 41 mm and featuring a clear control panel and display. Read more ›

New XUV and Soft X-ray camera models of sCMOS cameras

As part of its xiLAB initiative, XIMEA expands the xiJ family of cooled sCMOS cameras with models for XUV and Soft X-ray imaging.
For a long time, the diffraction limit defined by Ernst Abbe defined the natural barrier that restricts the resolution of small objects. To overcome this limitation multiple techniques like STED, STORM, PALM, TEM or others were developed, using advanced illumination and detection technologies.
In its original sense, the Abbe limit states, that the shorter the wavelength of the particle, the higher the resolution. Therefore the observability to resolve small structural features in the image is also higher. Read more ›

Upcoming Highlights
82 Heidelberg Image Processing Forum

8 November 2022
Freiburg, Germany
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29 November – 1 December 2022
Online Conference
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European Machine Vision Association , Gran Vía de Carles III 84 (planta 3ª), 08028 Barcelona, Spain

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