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NEWSLETTER
SEPTEMBER 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

Excellent combination of technology event and networking opportunity
Embedded VISION Europe offers already 20 showcases

The upcoming Embedded VISION Europe conference supplementing table-top exhibition already counts on 20 well known brands representing their various product & service portfolios within the embedded vision technology segment:

Active Silicon ++ Allied Vision ++ Alkeria ++ Avnet Silica ++ Baumer ++ Framos ++ Gidel ++ Goopax ++ Hema electronics ++ IDS ++ iniVation ++ Laser2000 ++ Midwest Optical ++ OptoMotive ++ Phytec ++ Pleora ++ Sedeco Imaging ++ SVS Vistek ++ The Imaging Source ++ Vision Components

Event organiser EMVA and conference supporter Messe Stuttgart are looking forward to a well attended 2nd edition of the Embedded VISION Europe, taking place 24-25 October in Stuttgart, Germany. Don’t miss this highlight technology and networking event and confirm the again highly attractive Conference Programme and the impressive list of EVE-2019 Speakers.

Embedded VISION Europe 2019 targets developers and users of embedded (vision) systems from all industries. The conference will be supplemented by an exhibition where all participating companies are invited to show their embedded vision expertise through products and applications.

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Member News

HTW Chur becomes the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons

Image Since 3 September 2019, the name ‘HTW Chur’ has been a thing of the past. On this day, ‘University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons’ was launched in the presence of the President of the Cantonal Government and Head of the Department of Education, Culture and Environment Protection (EKUD), Dr Jon Domenic Parolini, as well as the President of the University Council, Brigitta M. Gadient. The objective of the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons is to broaden the brand’s appeal and communicate its innovative and, in some cases, unique offering. Read more ›


VISION COMPONENTS – New standard for embedded vision

Image Vision Components will exhibit and give a talk at Embedded VISION Europe in Stuttgart, Germany. Company founder and CEO Michael Engel will speak about MIPI cameras as the new standard for embedded vision. Vision Components is the market leader, offering the widest available variety of MIPI camera boards, with image sensor resolutions ranging up to 13 MP. These high-end boards meet industrial standards and are available in large quantities at consumer prices.
The showcase will include MIPI boards that connect to various CPU boards from Raspberry Pi, NVIDIA, and other manufacturers. Attendees will also be able to find out all about fully integrated embedded vision systems. Read more ›

 

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Pleora Technologies and Mission Control Space Services enter strategic partnership

ImageCombining real-time sensor networking with advanced driver assistance AI software increases battlefield awareness for military ground vehicle crew.

Pleora Technologies and Mission Control Space Services today announced a strategic partnership that combines their respective expertise in real-time sensor networking and artificial intelligence (AI) for robotic control and automation to enable advanced driver assistance in local situational awareness (LSA) and C4ISR military imaging systems. Read more ›


Case Study

TELEDYNE IMAGING – What Hides Beneath

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Securing borders and places with Comm Port Technologies’ under-vehicle surveillance systems

Comm Port Technologies, based in Cranbury, New Jersey, USA has been providing technology-based security solutions to their customers for over two decades. Their product range includes multiple designs and models of Under-Vehicle Surveillance and Inspection Systems (UVSS/UVIS). In 2015, Comm Port introduced their state-of-the art CPAS UVIS to meet the growing need for securing premises by checking vehicles at points of entry.Read more ›

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Products

AEON
Accurate measurements according to EMVA 1288 – easy and affordable

Image Based on more than a decade of experience, AEON has developed a new EMVA 1288 camera tester, the compact ACC4 for C-mount and S-mount cameras for simpler, faster, and more affordable EMVA 1288 measurements. Four-color VIS-NIR and SWIR models are available.

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ACTIVE SILICON
Harrier SDI Adapter extends capability for challenging vision applications

Image Active Silicon is pleased to announce the launch of its newest addition to the Harrier range – the Harrier SDI Adapter. This is a single channel host-end acquisition solution for 3G and HD-SDI video streams. The interface is designed to work with a variety of cameras to capture high-definition images and transfer these at extremely high speed in challenging environments.
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EURESYS
Increasing Vision Performance by Preprocessing on the Frame Grabber

Image Today’s cutting edge machine vision and video monitoring applications are taking on much more difficult requirements than ever before, such as identifying a small number of cancer cells in a patient’s blood and tracking which items customers leave a store with so their accounts can be charged without having to check out. Camera manufacturers are addressing these applications with sensors that offer dramatic increases in image quality and frames per second. Vision interface standards have kept pace by offering higher connection bit rates such the new CoaXPress 2.0 standard which offers data rates up to 12.5 Gigabits per second (Gbps).
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FRAMOS
Sony® Launches the 8.4 MP CMOS STARVIS™ Imager IMX485 for Industrial Surveillance

Image Sony Semiconductor Solutions has launched a new image sensor for surveillance cameras, factory automation applications, and industrial environments. The IMX485 provides Sony’s STARVIS™ technology for excellent visibility in low light. It combines high sensitivity with high-speed, which makes the IMX485 a great solution in challenging environments for industrial inspection systems.
This new 1/1.2-type CMOS sensor is available from Sony’s decades-long partner and vision expert, FRAMOS®. Read more ›


PROPHESEE
World’s first event-based vision sensor

Image Prophesee introduces the first Event-Based Vision sensor in an industry-standard, cost-efficient package Company’s Metavision® sensor is first mass production chip to allow commercial-scale adoption of breakthrough machine vision technology in Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT.
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SILICON SOFTWARE
Neuronal Networks (CNN) on FPGAs in Industrial Applications

Image If tasks can be solved exclusively, more easily or with better results with deep learning, this displaces classical image processing – especially with complicated variables such as reflective surfaces, poorly illuminated environments, varying lighting or moving objects.
With machine vision’s special conditions surrounding rapid execution (inference) of CNNs with very low latencies, are the various processor technologies equally well suited for it? High bandwidth, low heat output, and long-term availability are in demand, along with speed and real-time demands. How can you save resources without reducing the quality of classification.
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Teledyne E2V
New CMOS Sensor Family, targeted at 3D Laser Triangulation Applications

Image Teledyne e2v announced its Flash CMOS image sensor family, specifically tailored for 3D laser profiling/displacement applications and high speed, high resolution inspection.

The new Flash sensors feature a 6μm CMOS global shutter pixel which effectively combines high resolution and fast frame rate. They are available in a 4k or 2k horizontal resolution, with respective frame rates of 1800fps and 1500fps (8 bits), and respective readout speeds of 61.4Gbps and 25.6Gbps (the best Gbps/price ratio in the market). The sensors come in a µPGA ceramic package fitting in standard optical formats, APS-like optics in the 4k and C-Mount in the 2k.. Read more ›

Job offers


EMVA

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AIT

Senior Research Engineer for Machine Vision (m/f/o)



EURESYS

FPGA Gigabit Design Engineer (m/f/o)



FRAMOS

Business Development- and Portfolio Manager (m/f/o) ›

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



IDS IMAGING DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS

Ingenieur für Bildsensor- und Kameratechnik (m/f/o) ›

Produktmanager Kamera (m/f/o) ›



KAPPA OPTRONICS

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

FPGA Entwicklungsingenieur (m/f/o) ›

Hardware Entwicklungsingenieur (m/f/o) ›



SILICON SOFTWARE

Support Engineer (m/f/o)



Events

Upcoming Highlights



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Fall’19 International Vision Standards Meeting

7 – 11 October 2019
Stresa, Italy
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Embedded VISION Europe

24 – 25 October 2019
Stuttgart, Germany
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ITE 2019

4 – 6 December 2019
Yokohama, Japan
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