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NEWSLETTER
SEPTEMBER 2018

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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

EMVA Standards Manager died at age 39
EMVA mourns the loss of Arnaud Darmont

Image The EMVA Board of Directors and the entire EMVA staff mourn the sudden and unexpected death of Arnaud Darmont who died on September 12th after a tragic accident in the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico/USA.

“With the death of Arnaud, the EMVA and in more general the entire imaging industry lost a bright and driven person who contributed significantly to both educating and advancing the industry” said EMVA President Jochem Herrmann. “Arnaud will be terribly missed. Our thoughts are with his parents and his brother”.

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EMVA appoints Marketing Manager

Image With Henning Staerk, EMVA has gained an experienced marketing expert to further expand its growth course.

The European Machine Vision Association, EMVA, strengthens its marketing and appoints Henning Staerk as Marketing Manager. This will continue the growth course of the European Machine Vision Association. With the transfer of responsibility for marketing to Henning Staerk, the strategic importance of association marketing is also underlined.

Henning Staerk looks back on global experience in brand development and brand communication gained in management positions at well-known B2B and B2C companies such as Yamaha Electronics, Hitachi Consumer Electronics, Dell Computer, Hagenuk Telecommunications and Info AG (today: QSC). He was responsible for global marketing and European sales for Allied Vision, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial cameras, and thus has many years of experience in the field of industrial image processing. Read more ›


Free Webinars on EMVA 1288 Standard

Image EMVA offers a series of four free 30 min webinars including interactive questions and answers on the EMVA 1288 standard to characterize cameras in an objective way.
The webinars are given by the standard working group chair, Prof. Dr. Bernd Jähne and provide the necessary knowledge to select the best possible camera for a given application using the EMVA 1288 summary data sheet.
The first webinar will be on Monday, October 22, 16:30. Read more ›

 

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Member News

30 Years Active Silicon

Image What were you doing in 1988?
In West London, Colin Pearce and Chris Beynon were busy creating Active Silicon, initially as an FPGA design consultancy.

The company, with Colin and Chris still at the helm, is now a leading manufacturer of specialist imaging products and embedded vision systems.
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SILICON SOFTWARE
Move into the new company headquarters in Mannheim

Image In September Silicon Software’s Headquarter relocated to a newly put up building in the business park Eastsite in Mannheim. Due to a steady growth of the employees up to meanwhile more than 50 colleagues the company fulfilled the wish for bigger facilities with flexible room partitioning.

After the 20 years‘ company jubilee last year another reason to celebrate. Read more ›

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Case Study

FRAMOS
A New Approach to E-Learning and Shared-Working: 3D Imaging Permits Gesture Control in Virtual Worlds

Image The interaction through gesture control in E-learning environments, virtual teams, and in remote conferences, is based on 3D imaging and increases the focus and attention of participants though innovative applications.

Knowledge is more easily conveyed, exchanged, and retained when a high level of natural user interaction is employed. E-learning providers are developing novel interactive applications based on this principle. In addition, teams working in different locations benefit from the improved clarity and perspective in virtual meetings; for example, a user can turn objects 360° by simply pointing at them. Read more ›

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Products

ACTIVE SILICON
Launch of our new cost-effective CoaXPress frame grabber

Image Active Silicon reveals their latest frame grabber – the FireBird Single CoaXPress Low Profile board. Maintaining all the industry-leading features of a high-performance FireBird board, this newest arrival has been optimized for cost so it has wider appeal for a greater range of applications.
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BAUMER
New GigE cameras with integrated JPEG image compression

Image aumer is enhancing the LX series with 2, 4 and 25 megapixel cameras with integrated JPEG image compression and frame rates of up to 140 fps. With the GigE cameras, you can save all down the line: from bandwidth through CPU load to storage space – this simplifies the system design and reduces integration costs. Serial production will start in Q4/2018.
These new models are particularly well suited for applications that require long image sequences, but do not have to transfer and save the complete original images, for example in process monitoring or motion analysis in sports. Read more ›


EDMUND OPTICS
TECHSPEC® Hard Coated OD 4,0 5 nm Bandpass Filters offer deep blocking and high transmission

Image Edmund Optics introduces new TECHSPEC® Hard Coated OD 4,0 5 nm Bandpass Filters. These versatile filters provide the high transmission and deep rejection necessary to isolate narrow spectral regions for use in a wide variety of applications.
TECHSPEC® Hard Coated OD 4,0 5 nm Bandpass Filters exhibit a narrow 5 nm Full-Width Half Max (FWHM), making them ideal for laser line clean-up applications. They allow for improved signal-to-noise ratio when compared to those achievable with wider band filters and may also be used in elemental or laser line separation, chemical detection, or fluorescence applications. Read more ›


FRAMOS
Bounding Box Developer Script for Intel RealSense on GitHub

Image Python script supports multi-cam 3D measurements to facilitate automated logistic and postal solutions based on Intel® RealSense™ cameras.
The FRAMOS engineering team shares Python sample script on GitHub that works directly with multiple Intel® RealSense™ cameras to create bounding boxes for any kind of item.
Intel®’s RealSense™ cameras provide hands-on solutions to integrate high-quality 3D technology in embedded devices, or stand-alone solutions. Read more ›


SONY unveils new polarised category of machine vision camera based on new IMX250MZR sensor

Image XCG-CP510 GS CMOS GigE camera with 4-way polarised light detection delivers 5.1MP, 23 fps images. Simplifies stress inspection, contrast improvement, scratch detection, object detection/removal/ enhancement.
Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions today announced the XCG-CP510, the first in a new category of machine vision cameras.
The camera and category is based on Sony’s newly developed IMX250MZR global shutter CMOS sensor, which uses monochrome quad polarised filters to capture polarised light in four different angles. Read more ›


TELEDYNE DALSA expands its area camera series with the industry’s first 5 Gigabit, GigE Vision models

Image Teledyne DALSA introduces its newest Genie Nano cameras with eight new monochrome and color models built around the industry’s best performing SONY® image sensors. These industry-first 5-Gigabit GigE Vision cameras feature resolutions from 3.2Mpixels to 12Mpixels with more models to follow before the end of the year – including a 5Mpixel Polarized model.

Engineered for imaging applications that require high-speed data transfer, these new Nano models are an easy replacement for cameras built into current vision systems that rely on the existing GigE vision interface standard. These new Genie Nano models feature the brand new 5GBASE-T link speed. Read more ›


ZEISS
New Industrial Lenses ZEISS Dimension for C-Mount Cameras

Image ZEISS is expanding its range of industrial lenses with its new ZEISS Dimension lens family, which was specially designed for C-Mount industrial cameras. “Sensors for image processing systems are getting bigger all the time, and they have a higher resolution and pixel density,” says Michael Pollmann from ZEISS. “The six focal lengths between 8 and 50 millimeters were designed for cameras with a sensor size of up to 4/3 inches and generate pixel sizes of two micrometers.” This means greater efficiency for customers: the lenses enable precise, fast measurements, which help shorten process times. Read more ›

 


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Events

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Photonex Europe

10 – 11 October 2018
Coventry, United Kingdom
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ENOVA

23 – 24 October 2018
Paris, France
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International VISION Night

5 November 2018
Stuttgart, Germany
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VISION 2018

6 – 8 November 2018
Stuttgart, Germany
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