New Family of Line Scan Cameras for Machine Vision Applications from Teledyne DALSA

Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision, today introduced a new family of low-cost, high-value line scan cameras - the Linea™ series. The feature-rich Linea cameras address the mainstream market for machine vision applications by delivering high speed and flexibility in an affordable package.

New Shaft Protected Position Sensors

Designed for extremely harsh environments

igus® to present over 100 new products at Hannover Messe Fair

114 new products and line extensions will be unveiled at the world's largest industrial fair, running April 7-11 in Germany.

TURCK HL Receptacle Extension Simplifies Connections in CI D1 Areas

TURCK introduces the HL (Hazardous Location) receptacle extension providing users with a connectivity solution for Class I Division 1 (CI D1) locations without the need to install conduits and poured seals.

Introducing Glide-Line Multi-Strand Pallet Handling Conveyor System.

Glide-Line ™ offers the most versatile multi-strand panel and pallet-handling conveyor solution available for PV panel handling technology that takes in consideration the demands of the solar industry.

Freescale Kinetis V Series MCUs Streamline Next-Generation Motor Control and Digital Power Conversion Applications

Based on ARM® Cortex®-M processors, Freescale's new Kinetis V series MCUs and Kinetis Motor Suite help to make motor control application development flexible, faster and more cost-effective

Moflon Introduces Slip Rings As a Practical Solution to Help Automate Industrial Manufacturing Process

Slip rings are an important part of robots to be used for the automation of the manufacturing process. Now, China based Moflon International has introduced slip rings that can be used in robots to increase the efficiency of industries.

Piab updates its piCOMPACT range

Amazing uptime with the world's fastest integrated controls ejector

Intelligrated to feature scalable material handling solutions and software at BrewExpo America 2014

Booth #1716 to highlight automated solutions that help brewers and distributors keep up with production volumes and expedite orders

Anaheim Automation Expands VFD Product Line with Addition of Accessories

In order to heighten safety, functionality, and versatility, Anaheim Automation has introduced a line of conduit boxes as a supplement to their line of AC Variable Frequency Drives.

3 Phase Motor Specialists, Neutronic Announce Record Sales and Expansion Plans

Sales have reached record levels and are 30% up on the previous year. Expansion plans include moving to larger premises and the recruitment of extra staff.

International Paper Saves Labor Costs, Improves Reliability, Quality and Work Flow

Downtime near zero vs. extended downtime of former gantry system.

Hamrick Manufacturing Unveils New "Soft-Set Case Packers" at Herbalife's Facility in Winston-Salem, NC

Hamrick Soft-Set Case Packers are a hit with Herbalife.

Industrial Innovations Acquires Advance Products Automation Division

Leading lubrication management supplier with strong footprint in metalforming and stamping expands its capability in die casting industry.

Amazing uptime with the world's fastest integrated controls ejector

By working at low feed pressure and maximizing the utilization rate of the compressed air, the COAX® ejectors reduce energy consumption for manufacturers while increasing productivity and reliability.

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IDS NXT is the future: One platform, countless possibilities

IDS NXT is the future: One platform, countless possibilities

IDS NXT: a platform for a new generation of vision systems for industrial applications. It lays the groundwork to provide easy-to-use yet flexible complete systems that can be used to implement all steps of a vision solution. With IDS NXT ocean, a complete solution especially for AI-based image processing is now available. It allows to solve tasks where classic, rule-based image processing has reached its limits - without any programming effort.