Products and Press Releases

Sensors Unlimited has introduced the NIR/SWIR imaging capability for UAV and UGV (unmanned aerial and ground vehicle) applications. The KT camera family features night vision and laser detection capabilities.

Northwire has introduced the Endurance, a cable assembly product line including cable assemblies for vision system applications. Endurance cable assemblies are engineered with top-quality connectors and Northwire's advanced, industrial-grade cables.

Matrox Imaging has announced Matrox Design Assistant 2.0, a new version of the intuitive, flowchart-based software package for the Matrox Iris E-Series smart camera.

Matrox Imaging has announced the release of MIL 9.0. This is the latest version of the Matrox Imaging Library, the field-proven application development toolkit for image analysis, machine vision and medical imaging.

HGH Infrared Systems, a supplier of optronics and infrared technology for security and surveillance, has launched the IR Revolution 360, a 360° line-scan panoramic infrared camera.

Thermoteknix has released the Miricle range of thermal imaging cameras. The cameras are available in 384 x 288 or 640 x 480 resolution versions.

Schott Advanced Optics, the optics division of the international technology company, has launched an improved version of its LASF35 glass, which is particularly well suited to miniaturised lens systems.

Advanced Micro Peripherals, a supplier of form factor products and embedded solutions, has launched the microMPEG4, a four-channel MPEG4 codec on a mini PCI form factor.

Multipix Imaging now supplies Cognex Micro In-sight vision sensors. These latest sensors include five models covering a range of price, performance and resolutions.

4DSP has introduced the FM577 FPGA platform aimed at the next generation of vision systems. The PMC is based on dual Altera Cyclone III FPGA device architecture.

BitFlow latest digital and analogue frame grabbers and NorPix's StreamPix digital video recording software can now be combined to build system level solutions for high-speed and/or multi-camera streaming video applications.

A ready-reference guide to direct part marking (DPM) technology has been published by Sick, a manufacturer of intelligent sensors and sensor solutions.