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Coaxlink Quad CXP-12 and Open eVision

Highlights at Euresys’ booth at the Vision show in Stuttgart included demonstrations of the latest CoaXPress frame grabbers, the Coaxlink Quad CXP-12, a new four-connection 12-Gbps CoaXPress 2.0 frame grabber. CXP-12 is the top speed of the latest version of CoaXPress 2.0. It operates at exactly 12.5 Gbps! So it is twice the existing speed of the CXP Standard. We also demonstrated the Coaxlink Octo, a 8-connection CXP-6 frame grabber. Both support CustomLogic: custom on-board FPGA processing for Coaxlink.

The latest two libraries of Open eVision was also demonstrated: EasyDeepLearning, a Convolutional Neural Network-based image classification library. EasyDeepLearning has been tailored, parametrized and optimized for analyzing images, particularly for machine vision applications. EasyDeepLearning has a simple API and the user can benefit from the power of deep learning with only a few lines of code.

Easy3D is a set of software tools to build 3D inspection applications. Easy3D is able to generate a depth map from a series of images that contain a laser line projected on the inspected object and computes a calibration model applied to depth maps to transform them into calibrated 3D point clouds. It provides functions to generate such ZMaps.

Also on display was the new Camport video converters. This new generation of video converters makes it possible to update a wide range of existing cameras and other image sources to support the latest vision interface standards. So they can improve performance and range of a camera that perfectly fits the application’s requirements.

And finally, the HD1 video server was shown. It streams video from one Full HD (1080p60 or 1080i60) source over an IP network.

Sensor to Image was presented at Euresys’ booth and featured its new products. As specialist for GenICam compliant machine vision interfaces, we demonstrated the latest versions of the GigE Vision 2.1, USB3 Vision and CoaXPress 2.0/CXP-12 IP cores. On the frontend side, we demonstrated solutions to interface sensors with output according to the MIPI CSI protocol and Sony IMX Pregius imagers.


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