Products and Press Releases

Cognex has launched the In-Sight Micro vision system, a complete vision system the size of a remote-head camera. The system is suitable for mounting in tight spaces.

Toshiba Imaging Systems Division has introduced the remote-head IK-TF7H7U camera. The progressive scan model delivers crisp, true colour video output of 1024 x 768 pixels.

Firstsight Vision offers a new image processing capability. The latest version of the Common Vision Blox (CVB) imaging toolkit makes use of the GPU processor on the PC's graphics card.

Matrox Imaging has launched Matrox Concord, a family of interface cards that are pre-licensed for use with the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) and pre-configured to minimise application setup time.

Dalsa has launched a GigE Vision-compliant version of its Spyder 3 line scan camera. The Spyder 3 product family uses Dalsa's dual line scan sensor technology.

Olympus has announced the addition of the new Optigrid M structured illumination system to its life science microscopy range. Optigrid M yields ultra-rich, multi-channel fluorescence using standard illumination.

The Domino Symphony boards are high-performance frame grabbers for industrial applications.

MVTec Software has announced the launch of version 3.2 of ActivVisionTools. The easy-to-use software for machine vision is now faster and comes with a robust barcode reader.

Specialised Imaging has announced the introduction of SIM-D, an ultra-fast framing camera. The new compact system combines ease of use, ease of maintenance and high performance.

Euresys has released the Domino Symphony boards, a set of new high-performance frame grabbers for industrial applications. They offer an affordable interface to four single-tap monochrome analog cameras.

PCS Industries has announced the addition of the Checker 232 vision sensor model to its Checker 200 series. The model provides reliable inspection results on rapid production lines.

Vitronic has launched Vicode Basic, a new camera system providing solutions for basic reading tasks. The camera identifies text and codes with up to 99.9 per cent accuracy.

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