Alkeria

An Illustration of the surface of PAN fibres (left) and carbon fibres after spreading (right). Credit: Fraunhofer IGCV and Chromasens

Carbon fibre inspection takes flight

Work is underway to build a vision system to detect defects in webs of composite materials

Alkeria

Aria, a USB3 board-level camera from Alkeria (1C26), will be introduced at the show. The camera, which weighs 5 grams, has on-board image processing, I/O interfaces, and a wide choice of image sensors including Teledyne e2v Sapphire and Ruby sensors, and Sony’s Pregius IMX sensors. The cameras can reach 520fps frame rate.

Celera One

Celera One, originally developed on specific request for OEM customers, is now available for standard sales

Alkeria

For more than 20 years, Alkeria has been developing and manufacturing high-performance USB3 machine vision cameras for life-science and industrial applications. Our expertise gained with OEM projects continues today within our camera range: long-time experience with image processing; great competence on motion control and vision synchronization; continuous and direct customer support. All these values allow Alkeria to offer a wide range of performant and versatile machine vision cameras, also tailored to our customers’ needs.

Celera

Alkeria has introduced the Celera camera series for machine vision, which was previewed in a demo at SPS IPC Drives 2016 in Nuremberg

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