IDS has expanded its software support to allow users of LabView and the LabView Vision Development Module from National Instruments to quickly implement image processing applications using the uEye camera series.
The iNEXIV VMA-2520 is a simple-to-use video measuring system for 3D work pieces, provided by Nikon Instruments. It is inexpensive and requires minimal bench space.
Dalsa has announced its new line of frame grabbers - the X64 Xcelera Series. Building on the Dalsa's X64 frame grabbers, the new Xcelera Series uses the PCI Express platform.
Imperx has added two new members to its Lynx digital camera line, the IPX-16M3-G and the IPX-16M3-L. Both cameras offer fully programmable resolution, frame rate, and exposure control.
Lumenera has launched the Lm family of cameras - a mini CCD USB 2.0 camera line aimed at industrial markets that offer the same performance as Lumenera's USB 2.0 cameras.
The TM-4200 series from JAI are high-resolution, high-performance progressive scan cameras featuring four Megapixel resolution with possible dual tap (at 15fps) or single tap (at 8fps) modes.
Pleora Technologies has introduced a new version of its iPORT software that provides iPORT IP Engine users with a low-risk and immediate solution for GigE Vision and GenICam standards compliance.
Eastman Kodak Company has released the Kodak KAI-16000 Image Sensor, a high-resolution interline transfer CCD image sensor. It is a 35mm optical format 16-Megapixel CCD targeted at the industrial, scientific, aerial, and security markets.
The Grablink Quickpack CFA (Colour Filter Array) is a flexible and high-performance image acquisition and pre-processing board dedicated to area scan colour inspection.
IDS has made two new additions to its uEye camera family: the high-accuracy 5-Megapixel UI-1480-C, and the cost-effective uEye LE, suitable for microscopy and medical applications.
XenICs has introduced two new digital, NIR, software-configurable cameras - XEVA-FPA-2.5-320 and Cheetah, based on a thermoelectrically stabilised sensor array in a compact housing.
Nikon's new NIS - Elements V2.3 is set to speed up image acquisition with enhanced, user-friendly software for bioresearch and industrial professionals.
Greg Blackman asks what it takes to commercialise new imaging technology
Embedded vision, deep learning, and Industry 4.0 could all have a big impact on the machine vision sector in the future. Three experts give their opinions
Andrew Williams explores the production and automation markets in China, India and other fast-growing nations
Pierre Cambou, imaging activity leader at Yole Développement, analyses the merger and acquisition landscape for machine vision
Following a successful European Machine Vision Forum, which brought together representatives from industry and research, Professor Bernd Jähne at the HCI, Heidelberg University and a board member of the European Machine Vision Association, argues collaboration between industry and academia is now more important than ever