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Basler (#8328) will give general information about the CoaxPress 2.0 standard, set to be released in June 2019. Thomas Karow, the company’s product market manager, will give a presentation about this upcoming interface on 10 April at 8:00am, while visitors will have one of the first previews of Basler’s CoaXPress 2.0 camera.

Visitors will also be able to explore Basler’s embedded vision portfolio and new models in the Ace series: four 20 megapxiel Ace U models based on the IMX183 sensor from Sony's Exmor R series; and the new Ace U camera enabling a 1:1 replacement of cameras based on Sony's discontinued ICX618 CCD sensor.

The Med Ace, Basler's first camera series designed for medical and life sciences applications and produced under the DIN EN ISO 13485:2016 quality management system, will also be featured at the booth. This series brings CMOS technology to this industry, which is just starting its transition from CCD to CMOS.

Silicon Software, which was acquired by Basler last year, will showcase its latest frame grabber technology at a separate booth (#8533).

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