14 Mar 2012
MACH 2012, NEC, UK, 16-20 April, 2012
BOA smart cameras from Teledyne DALSA are robust, compact, fully integrated intelligent vision systems designed for harsh environment factory floor deployment. The BOA IDR version combines 1D barcode, 2D matrix and character reading and verification with pattern recognition capabilities in a single unit for checking barcodes, ‘best before’ dates, lot numbers and even logos. The BOA Pro version has the powerful Sherlock machine vision software on board, previously only available on PC-controlled systems. Sherlock machine vision software offers maximum design flexibility and can be applied to a wide variety of automated industrial vision inspection applications. It provides a rich suite of capabilities that include reader identification tools for reading and verifying 1D and 2D codes as well as alphanumerics.
For simultaneous label inspections at different locations, the powerful GEVA dual core industrial vision controller can easily support up to eight mono or colour, area and line scan GigE machine vision cameras in a range of resolutions. On show with multiple Genie GigE area scan industrial vision cameras, GEVA will also be running the Sherlock label inspection application.
High resolution label inspection systems using industrial linescan cameras will also be on show. Again utilising Sherlock machine vision software, this can be configured to read multiple regions of the label simultaneously. High resolution linescan camera technology gives enhanced response and fast line rates to allow OCR and bar code reading on labels at rates over 1200 parts per minute.
The smart camera display is completed with the Gocator smart 3D machine vision camera from LMI Technologies Inc. Now featuring whole part feature measurement capabilities, Gocator can perform volumetric measurements such as volume, centroid, orientation, etc to provide information on dimensions, location, and orientation, as well as offering 2D surface imaging.
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STEMMER IMAGING has been leading the machine vision market since 1987. It is Europe's largest technology provider in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 40,000 imaging applications in various industries.