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Vision Components

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Vision Components (A2, Booth 113/4) will present its line-up of hardware and software solutions for image processing OEMs. New VC-MIPI camera modules, for instance, are designed to connect to Raspberry Pi, 96Boards and many other makes of CPU boards. These ultra-compact, industrial-standard PCBs enable efficient implementations of multi-camera set-ups, for example in smart city or other novel applications. The products are available for delivery with short lead times, in large quantities, and at consumer prices.

High-performance CMOS sensors from Sony's Pregius series have been integrated in VC-Z embedded vision systems, enabling them to achieve 88fps at resolutions up to 3.2 megapixels, or 174 fps at 1.6 megapixels. In addition, all VCnanoZ cameras are optionally available with application-specific LED lighting integrated in the standard housing.

The latest embedded laser profiler is also on exhibit. With this product, Vision Components’ ambient light suppression technology enables measurements even under difficult lighting conditions up to 100,000 lux, making the laser profiler very reliable. Like all VC-Z products, the laser profiler also features a Xilinx Zynq module, a system-on-chip with an integrated FPGA that handles all 3D data computations. A 2x866MHz Arm processor is also part of the system for free programming to cover application-specific tasks such as grey value analysis. This enables additional testing tasks to be performed in 2D.