Basler's Pilot series of CCD cameras is now commercially available. The Pilot family consists of 10 camera models from VGA to 5 Megapixels in resolution and up to 210fps in speed.
MVD has launched the new FOculus family of compact and cost effective CMOS cameras from NET, with a variety of resolutions from 752 x 480 up to 3 Megapixels and fast frame rates.
The EPSG (Ethernet Powerlink Standardisation Group) supplies component manufacturers with a complete Power Link solution to speed up developments.
AnaLogic Computers has released InstantVision ISE 3.0, an integrated image processing software environment with tools and libraries specially optimised to run at extremely high speeds on embedded vision systems.
Firstsight Vision can now offer GigE versions of the popular A10, A70 and M9 cameras, manufactured by JAI at its Japanese facility.
Lumenera has released the Lw570 and Lw575 series of colour Megapixel USB 2.0 cameras, designed for use in a variety of industrial and scientific applications where high resolution and low-light performance are required.
Toshiba Imaging Systems Division has released a small high-definition camera head and ultra-compact control unit, the IK-HD1 3CCD HDTV Camera.
Schott has introduced a new addition to its ColdVision family of products, the MaVi-S, a machine vision strobe light source for use in industrial image processing.
Pacer has launched the TVS range of professional CCTV video displays. The TVS portfolio includes a diverse range of unique professional video displays designed for the surveillance industry.
A new software tool is available from Firstsight Vision, which will greatly simplify the programming of field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for image processing applications.
NET has released the latest addition to the FOculus IEEE1394a camera line.
Leutron Vision is providing an extensive range versatile digital camera with the PicSight digital camera series. The modular nature of the PicSight series enables cameras to suit the user's requirements.
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