LUCID Showcases its Latest 3D Time-of-Flight Cameras for Enhanced Logistics and Automation Efficiency at MODEX 2024

LUCID Vision Labs, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative industrial vision cameras, is set to showcase its latest advancements at MODEX 2024, the nation's premier material handling, logistics, and supply chain event taking place in Atlanta from March 11 to 14, 2024.


Show Highlight: Helios2 Wide and Helios2+ 3D ToF Camera Family

One of the highlights of LUCID’s exhibit will include variants of the popular 3D Time-of-Flight camera family. The Helios2 Wide ToF camera integrates Sony’s DepthSense™ IMX556PLR back-illuminated image sensor paired with a wide-angle lens, providing an expansive 108º angle-of-view. Specifically designed for applications with a close working distance and large operational area, such as full-size palettizing applications, the camera delivers a depth resolution of 640 x 480 at up to an 8.3 meter working distance and operates at a frame rate of 30 fps.

Additionally, LUCID will demonstrate the Helios2+ Time-of-Flight camera, offering two on-camera depth processing modes: High Dynamic Range Mode (HDR) and High-Speed Mode. The HDR Mode combines multiple exposures in the phase domain, ensuring accurate depth information in high-contrast, complex scenes. The High-Speed Mode enables depth perception using a single-phase measurement, allowing for faster acquisition speed and higher frame rates suitable for moving object perception.

 

More Industrial Cameras at Display

LUCID offers a wide range of industrial GigE Vision cameras tailored for applications in automation, robotics, autonomous vehicles, and emerging technologies. LUCID will showcase the flexible Phoenix GigE PoE camera module designed for easy OEM integration. Due to its small form factor and unique transformable design, the Phoenix camera can be easily configured for the ultimate custom fit.

 

Join Us at MODEX 2024

Visit us at MODEX 2024 from March 11 to 14, 2024, in Atlanta, at booth #C4771 and explore the latest in industrial vision technology.


About Us

LUCID Vision Labs, Inc. designs and manufactures innovative machine vision cameras and components that utilize the latest technologies to deliver exceptional value to customers. Our compact, high-performance GigE Vision cameras are suited for a wide range of industries and applications such as factory automation, medical, life sciences and logistics. We innovate dynamically to create products that meet the demands of machine vision for Industry 4.0. Our expertise combines deep industry experience with a passion for product quality, technology innovation and customer service excellence. LUCID Vision Labs, Inc. was founded in January 2017 and is located in Richmond, BC, Canada with local offices in Germany, Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, please visit www.thinklucid.com.

 

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