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Computar Optics introducing new telecentric lens at Automate 2019

The TEC-V0345165MPY-WI 12 MPixel C-Mount 0.345x telecentric lens is designed for 1.1" sensors and compatible with 12 MPixel sensors. The lens is specialized for the Sony IMX253 3.45 µm image sensor, designed for 165.2 mm working distance, features low TV distortion up to the outermost corner (-0.024%), and can view …

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Netradyne and HYUNDAI MNSOFT partner on HD map development

Netradyne, developer of driver- and fleet-safety AI technology, and HYUNDAI MNSOFT, a Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary that specializes in location-based services, cloud-based navigation software, and HD maps for autonomous vehicles, have announced a global partnership for the development of HD maps in next-generation Hyundai vehicles. Non-Industrial Vision

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AIA announces 2013 Board of Directors

The 2013 Automated Imaging Association’s (AIA) Board of Directors election results were announced during the AIA Business Conference in Orlando, FL. Robotics

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Mobileye and Ordnance Survey partner to advance autonomous vehicle safety

Mobileye, an Intel Company, has partnered with Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s national mapping agency, to bring location data to U.K. agencies and businesses, with the aim of advancing smarter cities and safer roads for autonomous vehicles and more. Boards & Software

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LUCID Vision Labs showing 3D and GigE cameras at Automate 2019

At the Automate 2019 conference, LUCID Vision Labs will show two cameras, the Helios 3D and 5GBASE-T Atlas models. The Helios 3D 0.3 MPixel camera features Sony’s IMX556PLR back-illuminated Time of Flight NIR image sensor with 640 x 480 array, 10 µm pixel size, and the ability to produce depth data …

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Webcast to highlight benefits of USB3 Vision

On March 12, 2013, Vision Systems Design will host a webcast presented by Eric Gross, chair of the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) USB3 Vision Committee. Robotics

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Baumer showing CX and LX series cameras at Automate 2019

Baumer Optronic will be showing two series of cameras, with a spotlight on three specific models, at Automate 2019. The 10 GigE interface version of the LX series camera features between 3 and 12 MPixels based on Sony Pregius sensors, providing up to 216 fps, with mono or color models. …

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FLIR Systems provides thermal cameras for anti-poaching efforts in Kenya

The Kifaru Rising Project, a collaboration between FLIR Systems and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), will deploy thermal imaging technology to combat illegal rhino poaching across 10 locations in Kenya. FLIR has pledged $ 3 million in thermal imaging technology, engineering assistance, and training. The goal is the elimination of …

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Developing machine-vision and image-processing systems requires expert knowledge of disciplines such as physics, optics, computer science, and mechanical engineering. In many companies, this expert knowledge is shared by the team tasked with developing the machine-vision system. To build such systems, these engineers must keep abreast of the latest technologies, standards, …

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Industry 4.0: Machine vision’s role in the smart factory

In recent years, the "smart factory"concept that arose from Industry 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) topics has become an increasingly popular term. Smart factories, via IIoT-enabling technologies, have the potential to improve productivity, reduce waste and downtime, and optimize manufacturing processes. During a free webcast on February 27, Tom …

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Automation Technology showing 3D compact sensors and smart infrared cameras at Automate 2019

The MCS series of compact 3D sensors from Automation Technology, to be shown at Automate 2019, are built with IP67 protection and tailored to user specifications. Current sensor modules support output up to 2,048 points per profile and a profile speed up to 200 kHz. Scan width ranges from 130 …

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FLIR delivers first batch of Black Hornet nano-UAV units to U.S. Army

FLIR Systems has delivered the first batch of Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance Systems for duty in the U.S. Army. These tiny helicopters, referred to by FLIR as nano-unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) were developed as part of the Soldier Borne Sensor (SBS) Program and will be used by platoons and small …

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Boston Dynamics buys a better brain for its robots – MIT Technology Review

Boston Dynamics buys a better brain for its robots  MIT Technology Review The world’s most agile robots are about to get a lot smarter thanks to the purchase of a startup focused on computer vision and machine learning. “machine vision” – Google News

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Robots and More Robots at Automate/Promat 2019 – Machine Design

Robots and More Robots at Automate/Promat 2019  Machine Design Growth in the robotics market has spurred an increase in the availability of a wide range of systems for large and small applications. At Automate/ProMat 2019, … “machine vision” – Google News

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