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PPMA Show 2018

25/09/2018 - 27/09/2018

Trade fair for processing & packaging machinery

Venue: NEC, Birmingham
Exhibitor: STEMMER IMAGING
Booth: A44

Meet the STEMMER IMAGING team at PPMA Show

NEC, Birmingham I 25-27 September 2018

The PPMA Show is the UK's largest processing & packaging event with a three decade history of attracting a high quality audience.

Serving manufacturers within the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care and FMCG industries to contract packers and more, the PPMA Show offers visitors a chance to see new machinery in action, find inspiration, new ideas and solutions, gain access to potential new suppliers and evaluate and purchase the latest technology as well as talk face-to-face with the industry’s leading technical experts.

Industry 4.0 environment using the new OPC UA communication standard

The goal of Industrie 4.0 is the creation of a "smart factory", which amongst other things should have properties such as flexibility, the ability to learn and resource efficiently. Ultimately, it is intended to enable the automatic exchange of data between the various production systems.

The STEMMER IMAGING team shows you how our Common Vision Blox (CVB) programming library communicates with the controller via OPC UA, which supports the central interface in the digital factory of tomorrow.

We look forward to working with you on new automation opportunities that embrace these latest innovative standards.

OCR and code reading with 2D smart cameras and 2D vision sensors

A conveyor-belt demonstration featuring a Boa 2 smart camera and Boa Spot IDE vision sensor from Teledyne DALSA will show barcode, 2D Datamatrix code and OCR capabilities on a variety of boxes.

This highlights DALSA’s brand new high speed, high performance code reading algorithm and the cameras will also be individually filtered to read only from boxes of a specific colour.