3D vision system and new recording camera from odos imaging to be showcased at Automate
odos imaging will present its real.iZ VS-1000 time-of-flight 3D vision system, as well as its newest product, the SE-1000 high-speed recording camera, at Automate 2015 in Chicago.
odos imaging will present its real.iZ VS-1000 time-of-flight 3D vision system, as well as its newest product, the SE-1000 high-speed recording camera, at Automate 2015 in Chicago. The VS-1000 (pictured) remains the highest resolution time-of-flight 3D system on the market, and is suitable for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications, including logistics, automation, and agricultural analysis.
The company will also showcase its newest product, the SE-1000 high-speed recording camera. The SE-1000 is a full-featured and cost-effective high-speed recording camera, with recording capability of 450 fps at full resolution and up to 17,000 fps with reduced image size. The SE-1000 has high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, and a highly calibrated pixel response. Low latency trigger IO, 2 GB of internal memory, and complete user flexibility over image acquisition and transfer are core features of the camera. With a GeniCam GigE Vision interface (like the VS-1000), the camera is suitable for integration in applications such as failure analysis, sports and motion studies, intelligent transportation, medical imaging, high speed component inspection, and materials analysis.
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Headquarters: Edinburgh, UK
Product: real.iZ-1K vision system
Key Features: 1.3 MPixels, pulse-based time of flight sensor, 0.5m – 10m range, 50 fps frame rate (real.iZ VS-1000), Recording capability of 450 fps at full resolution, high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, and a highly calibrated pixel response (SE-1000).
What odos imaging says:
View more information on the real.iZ-1K-VS vision system.
View more information on the SE-1000.
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