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
Monthly free-of-charge online meetings introducedEMVA Spotlight Series
Expert insights on topics from the inner track of Vision Tech
Machine vision as a vertical industry has numerous facets and constantly adapts technological innovation. The EMVA with its brandnew Spotlight Series has set up an interactive webinar format highlighting one specific aspect in our industry in each of the events. Each Spotlight event will include a keynote talk, one or several impulse talks, as well as ample time for discussion and exchange with the speakers.
Before and after each of the one-hour meetings, the participants are invited to meet their peers for networking by means of pre-scheduled 1:1 video meetings.
Starting in September 2021 with the kick-off event featuring Volkswagen; further spotlights will be put once a month on how AI and Embedded Vision influence Machine Vision Technology; what the trends are everyone needs to be aware of in our industry; the important role of standards in the penetration of existing and new markets, and machine vision technology applied at Continental.
Vision 2021 | 5 – 7 Oct. in Stuttgart, GermanyVisit us at booth 8B50
EMVA presenting international vision standards at 2021 Vision show.
In Hall 8, stand 8B50, machine vision experts present the most commonly used digital interface standards in the industry in their current versions and stand by for advice on which standard should be used best for a certain application. Furthermore new standards initiatives will be introduced. Read more ›
EMVA welcomes new memberBizerba Luceo
Bizerba Luceo, a French specialist in inspection solutions for industry for over 30 years, has been part of the Bizerba Group since April 2015. Bizerba Luceo designs, manufactures and installs vision solutions dedicated to 100% quality control of processed products and individual packages.
Combining seamless food safety with increasing automation of industrial processes leads food manufacturers to implement 100% quality control and traceability. We offer you innovative solutions for the on-line and continuous inspection of the conformity of your products. Read more ›
EMVA welcomes new memberShenzhen Dongzheng Optical
Shenzhen Dongzheng Optical Co. Ltd (DZO in short) is a leading manufacturer of industrial lenses as well as optical and mechanical components for machine vision applications. Read more ›
EMVA welcomes new memberOptotune Switzerland AG
Optotune develops and manufactures industry shaping active optical components that allow customers around the globe to innovate.
Founded in 2008, we started out with our core technology of focus tunable lenses, which was inspired by the working principle of the human eye. Laser speckle reducers, 2D mirrors, tunable prisms and beam shifters are further additions to our product lines. Read more ›
Excelitas Technologies Completes Acquisition of PCO AG
Excelitas Technologies® Corp., leading industrial technology manufacturer focused on delivering innovative, market-driven photonic solutions, completed the acquisition of PCO AG, based in Kelheim, Germany on Friday, September 3, 2021. PCO is a leading manufacturer and innovator in digital imaging for a wide range of scientific and industrial applications. Read more ›
Automatic photo portal for the documentation of intralogistics processes
Due to digitalisation in Industry 4.0, internal logistics is subject to constant change. Internal traceability, i.e. the tracking of goods in the warehouse or production facility, is increasingly playing a key role. Manufacturers and consumers are placing more and more emphasis on the safety and quality of products. Costly and image-damaging complaints must therefore be avoided. Automation systems can help to optimise goods control here and at the same time facilitate and accelerate the work of the operators – saving time and costs. Read more ›
New flexible and compact autofocus-zoom camera with 4K resolution
The Harrier 18x AF-Zoom HDMI 4K Camera is a compact autofocus-zoom camera with real-time 4K video output and 18x optical zoom. Fitted with a 8.4MP Sony CMOS sensor, the camera provides HDMI video at a maximum of 3840x2160p 30/25 fps and simultaneous CVBS analog output.
The camera also offers sophisticated camera features including Real-time True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), Day & Night mode – Infrared Cut filter Removal (ICR), Digital Noise Reduction (2D + 3D DNR) and Digital Image Stabilization. Read more ›
AT AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY
Infrared Camera with Microscope Optics from AT: Cost-effective Alternative to Cooled Infrared Cameras
High-precision result images, micro-precise detection options, detailed analysis capability: Specially developed for use in non-destructive testing, the infrared camera with microscope optics from AT – Automation Technology offers numerous advantages when it comes to inspecting the smallest components. Probably the most popular application for the camera is the inspection of electronic components. Since these are often so tiny that normal infrared cameras reach their limits in terms of resolution, the infrared camera with microscope optics from AT is the optimal solution for reliably checking the functionality of the mini object to be inspected and thus for quality control.Read more ›
The industry’s smallest 2MP & 1.5MP CMOS sensors, featuring a low-noise global shutter pixel
Teledyne e2v has introduced its Topaz series of industrial CMOS sensors with new 2MP and 1.5MP resolution devices. These new 1920 x 1080 and 1920 x 800-pixel format sensors use state-of-the-art low noise, global-shutter pixel technology to offer powerful solutions and enable compact mobile designs for many applications.
Housed in a tiny 4.45 mm wide Chip Scale Package (CSP), the Topaz sensors have an optical array centre which precisely matches the mechanical centre of the package, allowing for a slim camera design.
Sony to Release Two Types of Stacked Event-Based Vision Sensors with the Industry’s Smallest*1 4.86μm Pixel Size for Detecting Subject Changes Only
Sony Semiconductor Solutions announced the upcoming release of two types of stacked event-based vision sensors. These sensors designed for industrial equipment are capable of detecting only subject changes, and achieve the industry’s smallest*1 pixel size of 4.86μm.
These two sensors were made possible through a collaboration between Sony and Prophesee, by combining Sony’s CMOS image sensor technology with Prophesee’s unique event-based vision sensing technology. Read more ›
Global Shutter with 127 Megapixel – shr661: the fat boy in machine vision
More resolution! More image quality!
With high-resolution machine vision systems, the smallest object structures are classified in the highest quality. However, all sensors available on the market with resolutions with 100 megapixel and above only use a rolling shutter.
The new shr661 CMOS camera from SVS-Vistek can confidently be called a milestone in machine vision, because it offers an enormous resolution of 127 megapixels and, despite this extremely high resolution, works with a global shutter. It thus enables new applications in numerous fields of use. Read more ›
As the organization of and participation in events in the near future are currently subject to significant disruption in the context of Covid-19, we monitor the situation closely and we will inform you of any cancellation, necessary arrangements, planned postponement, or alternative forms of holding our EMVA events.
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