Vision Topic Updates - Jun 13th, 2024
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June 13, 2024
Camera simulation tools speed up the machine vision validation process, saving time and money.

The SWIR industrial cameras of the CX.XC series are GigE Vision short-wave infrared cameras. With highly sensitive Sony SenSWIR sensors, these cameras feature image acquisition both in the spectrum of visible and non-visible light from 400 to 1700 nm. The technology opens up new application potentials with high precision requirements, for example in the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industry.

OptiMa detects protruding filaments, lint, and similar foreign bodies and distinguishes the types of defects in carbon fibers.
Machine vision system deploys YOLOv8 algorithms to analyze images of sweet potatoes.
The vision system is used to automate the alignment process and prevent errors. The improvement provides a much quicker and less wasteful method for aligning the printheads.
SnappArt uses machine vision and deep learning to quantify and assess the quality of live feed used in hatcheries.
When using short, high-intensity light pulses to reduce pixel blur during high-speed inspections, understanding LED behavior and how controllers deliver the prerequisite precision to overdrive LEDs for maximum performance and reliability is key.
System features ring buffers for pre/post triggering of video recording, slow motion playback, and compatibility with a wide range of cameras and frame grabbers using industry-standard GigE Vision (including at 10 and 25 GigE), USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link interfaces.NorPix has developed a portable high-speed recording system capable of ...