BitFlow Partners with NVIDIA to Bring Power of GPUDirect for Video Technology to its Frame Grabbers

Streamlined, simplified BitFlow software extension eliminates integration steps

VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference program and events will present a variety of machine vision applications

The regional show VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference held from 17th to 18th of June 2015 in Moscow, Expocentre

Perception Neuron Wraps Up Silicon Valley Tour After Attending Maker Faire and SVVR 2015

The world's first fully adaptive and affordable motion capture system made a guest appearance at Maker Faire Bay Area, and offered virtual reality demos and joined industry luminaries in a panel about the future of Virtual Reality input devices during SVVR in San Jose

New BOA2 Vision System Offers Greater Accuracy and Detects Smaller Defects

Now with more pixels, power and integration flexibility for automating parts and assembly inspection.

EPSON Announces New CV2 Vision Systems

Epson CV2 Vision Systems - Increased Performance with Faster Processing, More Cameras, Higher Resolution Support and much more

Photron Introduces Compact and Affordable, High-Speed, 4-Megapixel HD Camera - FASTCAM Mini WX 50

Photron's new, compact Mini WX high-speed camera family features standard F-mount and C-mount lens mounts for easy integration into new and/or existing systems.

Micro/sys Releases New PC/104 ARM SBC with Dual MIPI Camera Ports Plus FPGA to Enable Heavy Video Processing

The COTS SBC1654 with fully integrated vision firmware in a Linux BSP saves valuable time to market on embedded vision applications.

Photron Introduces Compact, High-Definition, High Speed, 4-Megapixel Camera - FASTCAM Mini WX 100

Photron's new lightweight, single-body camera is specially designed for operation in high shock and vibration environments.

ST Robotics Announces New Vision System

ST Robotics offers an excellent, low-priced, yet highly accurate vision system that can measure to 0.1mm and send precise coordinates of an object to the robot.

Innovative 3D Scanner Relies On Manta Camera From Allied Vision

8tree's portable 3D scanner enables easy, fast surface inspection in the automotive and aerospace industries. A Manta digital camera from Allied Vision contributes to rapid and accurate measurement.

Microscan Machine Vision Cameras Chosen for UR5 Inline Robotic Inspection System

Cross Company's Automation Group chooses Microscan for an integrated robotic inspection solution using the Universal Robots UR5 robotic arm and Microscan Vision HAWK Smart Camera.

Low Cost Vision System

The vision system sends coordinates to the robot so it can be gripped by the robot regardless of position.

XIMEA GMBH honored by Vision Systems Design 2015 Innovators Awards Program

XIMEA GmbH announced today that its Smallest Hyperspectral Cameras Based on USB3 Vision was awarded one of the best in the industry by the Vision Systems Design 2015 Innovators Awards program.

Teledyne DALSA Introduces New 2k and 4k GigE Vision Line Scan Cameras

Compact and feature-rich, Linea cameras deliver high speed and flexibility, and help lower the cost of inspection for an ever-widening array of applications.

Leading Vision Integrator, Integro Technologies, Announces Partnership with Mitsubishi Electric

Integro Technologies, a leading machine vision company, announces a partnership agreement with Mitsubishi Electric.

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