Helios is a high-precision 3D camera featuring Sony’s DepthSense IMX556PLR sensor. It delivers 640x480 depth resolution at a 6m distance using four 850nm VCSEL laser diodes. On-camera processing provides range, intensity and confidence data. Buy now!
Built around the Sony Polarsens IMX250MZR global shutter 5 MPixel CMOS sensor, that incorporates an on-chip four-directional polarization filter, the PL-D755MU-POL camera has a 2/3' optical format, 3.45 µm pixel size, and is available in board level or enclosed configurations.
Mobile Industrial Robots' new MiR1000 model can transport loads up to 1000 kg (2200 lbs), which is double the maximum payload of MiR's previous model, the MiR500. The new robot is equipped with LiDAR for 360° of obstacle awareness and a front-facing 3D camera that can 'see' between 30 and 2000 mm above floor level. The MiR1000 also has two sensors at each corner for further environmental awareness.
The Mako G-508B POL camera is built around the Sony Polarsens 5 MPixel IMX250MZR global shutter CMOS sensor, that incorporates an on-chip four-directional polarization filter, can provide 23.7 fps, and comes equipped with a C-Mount.
The Sweep+ SW-4000Q-10GE camera from JAI features four prism-mounted CMOS sensors that can simultaneously capture red, green, blue, and near infrared wavebands. The camera has a maximum resolution of 4096 pixels per channel, and RGB + NIR output up to 72 kHz over dual 10 GigE streams.
Epson has announced the IntelliFlex Feeding System, that incorporates IntelliFLex Software and Vision Guide, is integrated with Epson RC+ Development software, and features a point-and-click interface to speed up development time for applications.
The 12.3 MPixel and 31.4 MPixel cameras from LUCID Vision Lab's Atlas series are now in serial production, the company has announced. The new Atlas models are shipping with color and monochrome versions of the 12.3 MPixel Sony IMX253 1.1' C-mount sensor, that features 4096 x 3000 at 42 fps, and the 31.4 MPixel Sony IMX342 APS-C 4/3' global shutter CMOS sensor, that features 6464 x 4852 at 17.9 fps.
On Monday, April 8 at Automate 2019, Vision Systems Design hosted its fifth annual Innovators Awards presentation, judged by a panel of fourteen judges including systems integrators, consultants, and academics who are experts in the fields of image processing and machine vision systems. Awards were given in Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum categories. Submissions were judged on originality; innovation; impact on designers, integrators, and users; whether they fulfilled a fresh market need; whether