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Mono3D system

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Isra Vision has released the Mono3D system, allowing all six degrees of freedom of a three-dimensional object to be determined precisely with only one camera. The system, which has been proven in many applications, is now available with GigE technology. This shows even greater benefits for compact systems, especially in network uses, and provides compelling cost advantages.

The Mono3D system provides, among other things, the ability to be deployed for a growing variety of automotive industry parts applications, offering safe and extremely economical solutions for robotic applications.

Using only one camera, the 3D/6D position recognition technology makes it possible to determine the position of even complex components. Only three object features are needed to determine this. This makes it possible to determine 3D position data even in high production cycles for individual parts as well as complete manufacturing lines. Additional measurement features increase accuracy.

The compact system is now available with GigE technology. The ability to connect to a network allows easy operation of several cameras within one system. By using Ethernet TCP/IP-based standards, the cameras can be connected easily to existing network systems. This supports data rates of up to 1,000Mbit/s. It is possible to transmit assignments and transfer the results directly to the robot via Gigabit Ethernet. The system's high degree of flexibility leads to significant cost advantages.

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