Products and Press Releases

Point Grey Research has launched version 1.8 of its FlyCapture software development kit, which provides a common software interface to control all Point Grey digital imaging products.

Dalsa has introduced its latest Sapera Processing software, including a new colour tool – a suite of colour image processing classes for machine vision applications.

Multipix Imaging supplies and supports MVTec's software product Halcon, which is ideal for a large variety of application areas, including the semiconductor industry, inspection applications, medicine, and surveillance.

Resolve Optics has introduced a rugged miniature varifocal zoom lens, enabling the development of a multiplatform Head-Up Display (HUD) camera.

Edmund Optics has released the Telecentric Backlight Illuminator, combining the advantages of backlighting an object with the benefits of a telecentric lens design.

JAI has introduced a 5 Megapixel camera with GigE Vision digital interface as part of the Basic tier of the company's three-tier C3 Camera Suite.

Instrument Systems has launched the LumiCam 1300, with integrated LumiCam Software 4.0, for fast and reliable measurement display in the field of production.

A number of new variants have been added to the uEye Gigabit Ethernet cameras from IDS, available from Firstsight Vision.

Alrad Imaging has introduced the VDS Vosskuhler NIR-300, an infrared camera with a spectral range of 0.9–1.7µm. The digital camera incorporates a 320 x 256 InGaAs sensor with a 14-bit readout at 50fps.

Andor Technology has introduced a set of optimised drivers for Luca R and Luca S imaging EMCCD cameras within the Meta imaging series of acquisition and analysis software.

Point Grey Research has launched the Chameleon line of USB 2.0 digital cameras, generating high quality 1296(W) x 964(H) monochrome or raw Bayer colour images at 18fps.

Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) 9.0 features several enhancements to the image processing platform. MIL 9.0 takes advantage of today's high-performance graphics processor units (GPUs) and high-performance computing (HPC) clusters.