Standards

Ten years of GenICam

GenICam is now 10 years old. Christoph Zierl, technical director at MVTec Software and vice-chair of marketing and operations of the GenICam standard group, discusses the achievements and future development of the machine vision standard

Cabling conundrum

Greg Blackman on the advances being made in machine vision cabling solutions, including the technology that forms the basis of the Camera Link HS interface standard

Setting standards

The number of machine vision standards available has grown considerably since Camera Link was introduced 13 years ago. We asked those on the various standards committees for an update on their standards

SuperSpeed interface to be adopted super fast

Carlton Heard at National Instruments says USB3 Vision, the new machine vision standard based on USB 3.0, can only lead to more industrial cameras embedded in machinery. And, he says, its uptake could be faster than all other vision standards that have come before it

Factors limiting performance in Camera Link connections, and how to get around them

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Camera Link is a universal standard for the transmission of high speed digital images over medium distances (around 10 metres). The standard is well-established in the machine vision industry, and it is broadly adopted. A large number of Camera Link cameras are available. It is therefore important to identify and analyse the factors limiting the performance of Camera Link connections; and to consider methods aimed at compensating those limiting factors, to increase the performance of Camera Link connections.

Setting standards

The buzz at last year's Vision show in Stuttgart concerned USB3 Vision, a new machine vision standard based on USB 3.0. Greg Blackman looks at how it will fit into the connectivity landscape

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