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Basics in cost optimization for camera selection

Gabriele Cobelli

GET Cameras



How to choose the best and most convenient camera for the project, covering camera main characteristics and features, selecting the connection type, choosing resolution.

GigE Cameras – The growth in Speed and Application Areas

Julian Parfitt

Alrad Instruments



The growth of Gigabit Ethernet Camera applications with the increase in bandwidth and speed from the standard or 10 Gigabit Ethernet , through 25, 50 to the latest 100 Gigabit Ethernet camera technology with high resolution and high frame rates. This presentation also explores the corresponding development of image acquisition technology and data transmission methods for lower system cost whilst increasing performance.

How Hybrid TDI technology can benefit customers with case studies

Janice Lee

Vieworks Co



– Advantages of Hybrid TDI Line scan cameras and successful case studies – Comparison between single/dual line scan and TDI line scan – Introduction of Hybrid TDI technology combining CCD + CMOS sensor structure – Real-world applications and case studies

New High-Resolution, High-Speed Cameras with CoaXPress-over-Fiber Outputs

Andrew Searle

IO Industries Inc.



The Redwood™ family of industrial video cameras from IO Industries Inc. push the boundaries for high-resolution industrial and scientific imaging, wide area observation, virtual reality content creation and special effects.  The first model released is the 654G71-CX, based on Gpixel’s GMAX3265 65.4MP global shutter CMOS image sensor.  Maximum output of this camera is 9344H x 7000V @ 71fps over a quad CoaXPress 2.0 coaxial interface or the new CoaXPress-over-Fiber interface. Following this is the 447X52-CX model, based on the 44.7MP ON Semiconductor XGS 45000 sensor. This again features global shutter capability, with 8192H x 5468V resolution and up to 52fps output over either quad CoaXPress 2.0 coaxial or CoaXPress-over-Fiber interface.  This presentation will review the specifications and capabilities of these new products, discuss surrounding infrastructure requirements and recommendations, as well as explain how these cameras can make a big impact in several application areas.

Customized multispectral cameras: Making spectral imaging viable for mainstream machine vision

Paritosh Prayagi




Multi-sensor prism cameras offer significant advantages for color imaging. Bayer, multi-line color line-scan and hyperspectral sensors featuring color filters on top of each single pixel block-out most of the light falling onto the sensor. In contrast, multi-sensor cameras don’t block but separate the light by use of dichroic prisms: Thus (almost) no light gets lost. Advantages of prism design include better signal-to-noise ratio, higher color contrast, much lower crosstalk between color channels, lack of color interference effects as often seen in Bayer images as well as lack of halo effects as often seen in images taken with multi-linear line scan cameras. With the traditional machine vision industry merging with intricate measurement technologies; consistent, reliable, high-fidelity colour and spectral imaging are playing key roles in industrial quality control. In the midst of this convolution, high speed prism-based technology realizes the true potential of imaging metrology due to its unique advantages and capability of the prism block to spectrally adapt to the needs of an application.

The Importance of Syncing Camera, Software and Lighting in High-Speed Imaging Applications

Steve Kinney

Smart Vision Lights



High-volume, mass-consumed products, such as packaged food, are subject to both government regulation and stringent quality assurance requirements that, in turn, demand high-speed performance from the components comprising machine vision inspection systems. Camera components must deliver sufficient frame rate or acquisition speed; image processing software requires a computing platform able to execute fast commands; and the LED lighting must trigger and come to full power quickly to freeze inspection images at the precise time. Additionally, all components of the machine vision system (camera, software, and LED lighting) must work in unison to achieve the accuracy, consistency, and performance required for these challenging applications. This presentation will discuss these challenges in detail and showcase advancements that are helping to enhance high-speed automated imaging applications.


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