3D Imaging Sensor for Machine Vision from FSI Technologies Inc.

FSI Technologies adds a new 3D imaging sensor into its machine vision product line. The GS Family of 3D imaging sensors provides support to a whole new range of robot control and inspection applications.

FSI Technologies adds a new 3D imaging sensor into its machine vision product line. The GS Family of

3D imaging sensors provides support to a whole new range of robot control and inspection applications.

According to Fred Turek, FSI's COO, "This represents a nice addition to FSI's 3D machine vision technologies. The GS 3D images larger objects at longer distances and does so in milliseconds without the cycle time and motion required by scanning-based methods."

The GS 3D sensors, when used in conjunction with the PowerEye machine vision system, can be used in applications such as bin picking, robotic manipulation, sorting products, mold clearance checking, and space monitoring and object recognition. In addition, the 3D technology will aid in determining spatial positions and measurements.

For more info and specifications about the GS Family of 3D imaging sensors, visit: http://www.fsinet.com/3dgs.html . For more information about the PowerEye tm machine vision systems, powered by Eye Vision Technology software, visit http://www.eyespectorus.com/powereye.html

FSI Technologies is located in Lombard, Illinois and has been a trusted manufacturer of factory automation products since 1959. For more information about FSI, visit their website at http://www.fsinet.com.

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