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IDS will showcase solutions for robot vision and AI-based vision applications. Ease-of-use is becoming more important, which is why the recently launched AI vision system, IDS NXT Ocean, was designed to train and execute neural networks on industrial cameras, even by non-experts.

IDS’s Ensenso XR stereo vision cameras process 3D data directly in the FPGA. The models are robust thanks to IP65/67 protection class, feature 1.6-megapixel Sony sensors, and can detect objects at working distances of up to 5 metres. At the UKIVA show, IDS will explain how customers can make best use of these 3D cameras, for example, for applications such as robot pick and place or quality assurance.