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Many machine-vision component vendors now offer what has become known as a "smart camera" in response to changing markets and new customers that demand the accuracy and capabilities of vision but need to keep down the cost of deploying such a system.
Datalogic has released the latest generation of their vision-based Lanehawk loss prevention solution – the LaneHawk LH4000 unit, which monitors the bottom of the basket area of checkout lines to look for items left on the bottom of the cart.
MVTech’s complete HALCON 11 machine vision software library has been ported to run on cameras from Vision Components.
As a result of the automatization trend in Asian factories, new capital expenditures in the semiconductor industry, and the emergence of new low-end applications, machine vision sales are expected to reach $2 billion by 2018.
At Pack Expo 2013, Teledyne TapTone will display its TotalVu vision inspection system which enables a variety of inspection applications, include label inspection, closure inspection, and fill level inspection
Microscan’s new Microscan Link connectivity provides vision engineers, programmers, and other users with additional options for communicating with Microscan smart cameras.
This year’s Pack Expo, which will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from September 23-25, will bring together more than 26,000 attendees from 127 different countries. The event will feature the latest advances in machinery, materials, and methods for packing and processing across a number
At Pack Expo 2013, Datalogic will showcase its A30 and T4x smart cameras, which are suited for use in pharmaceutical and food and beverage inspection applications.
Mobiserv semi-humanoid robots are equipped with cameras, sensors, and a touch screen interface, and can interact with users in a number of ways, including reminding them to take their medicine, suggest they have their favorite drink, or prompt them to go for a walk or visit friends if they haven’t
The In-Sight vision system from Cognex ensures envelope insertion accuracy by reading the print and 2D data matrix codes on envelopes and adjusting errors by redefining the position of the codes using In-Sight Explorer vision software.