Machine vision is a dynamic field: STEMMER IMAGING and our suppliers are the world´s leading manufacturers for machine vision components and solutions, introducing many brand new developments several times a year.
Six new models featuring 2 and 5 megapixel resolution ON Semiconductor Python CMOS sensors have been added to the Genie Nano range of GigE Vision industrial cameras from Teledyne DALSA. Using burst acquisition and patent pending TurboDrive technology, these cameras can operate at much higher frame rates with faster data transmission than normally possible using GigE Vision. This means they can be used in faster applications.
The new TrueChrome Metrics camera from STEMMER IMAGING provides fully integrated digital image capture and measurement for micro and macro scientific and industrial imaging applications with no need for a PC.
As a supplier of machine vision technology, STEMMER IMAGING is an important partner for many manufacturers of machine vision components. We often have a very close collaboration with these manufacturers and make our own and our customer's experience available to them so it can be used as input for future developments. As a user of this technology, you may be interested to know what trends our partners have identified and where they see their strengths. In this interview, Frank Grube, founder and CEO of Allied Vision, presents his visions.
With new camera locations added to the Bloodhound vehicle, video transmission successfully tested at speeds up to 650 mph and the camera selection for rocket monitoring finalised, the STEMMER IMAGING’s contribution the Bloodhound-SSC project is right on track.