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IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc.

IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc.

IDS is a leading manufacturer of industrial cameras "Made in Germany" with USB or GigE interfaces. Equipped with state of the art CMOS sensors, the extensive camera portfolio ranges from low-cost project cameras, to small, powerful models with PoE functionality or robust cameras with housings that fulfill the prerequisites for protection code IP65/67. For quick, easy and precise 3D machine vision tasks IDS offers the Ensenso series. With the novel vision app-based sensors and cameras of IDS NXT the company opens up a new dimension in image processing. Whether in an industrial or non-industrial setting: IDS cameras and sensors assist companies worldwide in optimizing processes, ensuring quality, driving research, conserving raw materials, and serving people. They provide reliability, efficiency and flexibility for your application.


Mailing Address:
400 West Cummings Park, Suite 2050
Woburn, MA 01801
United States of America

Tel: (781) 787-0048

Fax: (781) 287-1258

Email: usasales@ids-imaging.com

Website: https://www.ids-imaging.us/home.html

Company Category: Industrial Robotics

Geographic Region: USA - North East

Company Sector: Manufacturing

Keywords: Industrial Automation, Factory Automation, machine vision

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Products

IDS NXT - Novel Vision app-based sensors and cameras

IDS NXT - Novel Vision app-based sensors and cameras

App Your Sensor®! What would smartphones be without apps? They would be mobile phones that can't do much more than make phone calls and sending SMS. Apps turn smartphones into intelligent assistants with any number of different tasks. Transferred into the world of image processing, this app-based approach transforms cameras and sensors into customised, smart vision sensors.


Articles

Furniture Assembly – with Ensenso N35

As part of a research project, scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a robot that can independently assemble the individual components of an IKEA chair without interruption in less than ten minutes.

Case Study: The Flying Eye

Embedded vision solution with USB 3.0 board-level camera.

Adaptive Automation

Using 3D data for the autonomous robot.

White Papers

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Press Releases

Tiny camera with useful auto functions available from May

XS: Mini USB camera with fast autofocus

From AI to 3D vision: IDS cameras and solutions help with automation projects

Held once every two years in the United States, Automate is the broadest automation solutions event in North America, aiming to give an overview of the automation industry. The IDS Inc. team is available at booth 9528 and explains how IDS cameras and solutions help with automation projects.

uEye CP camera family to be expanded

New industrial cameras from IDS: IMX226 sensor offers excellent image quality

IDS integrates Sony sensor IMX273 into all uEye camera families

Excellent image quality, even under difficult conditions

Focus industrial cameras conveniently from the distance

Board-level cameras with liquid lenses and "Active Focus"

IDS reports sales increase far above industry average

The company is planning numerous investments for 2019, including at the headquarters in Obersulm.

Use IDS NXT devices with "Smart GenICam App" vision-compliant

Self-programmed camera functions, that meet the vision standardThanks to "Smart GenICam" vision app, self-programmed camera features become standard-compliant

Camera for robot vision calculates 3D point clouds itself

Ensenso XR creates 3D data twice as fast thanks to on-board processingEnsenso XR calculates 3D point clouds twice as fast as other models

Standard camera and artificial intelligence combined in one device

AI-ready thanks to vision app These IDS NXT models redefine industrial cameras Artificial intelligence opens up new application fields for camera technology and image processing.

IDS industrial cameras as "robot eyes" in potentially explosive environments

In certain industrial areas, working under extreme conditions is essential. Robots are increasingly being used to minimize the risk for employees.

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