Machine vision is a dynamic field: STEMMER IMAGING and our suppliers are the world´s leading manufacturers for machine vision components and solutions, introducing many brand new developments several times a year.
The latest in Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) imaging technology from STEMMER IMAGING is helping manufacturers to perform advanced inspection, non-destructive testing or sorting tasks. Allied Vision’s Goldeye and Xenics’ Bobcat and Lynx SWIR cameras and a new range of high resolution lenses from Computar extend machine vision capabilities beyond the visible spectrum.
With resolutions up to 5 Megapixels, inspections up to 80 parts/second, enhanced embedded measurement and processing software, and a variety of I/O and mounting options, the versatile new Boa 2 smart camera from Teledyne DALSA can automate identification, measurement, guiding and verification processes in a host of applications.
STEMMER IMAGING is extending its machine vision software library Common Vision Blox (CVB) with the new CVB Polimago tool, which enables robust recognition rates at high speed. During the teaching phase, CVB Polimago automatically generates thousands of training images thus significantly reducing the effort for the user.
The JAI GO-2400-PGE is the latest camera in STEMMER IMAGING’s camera portfolio to benefit from the outstanding imaging qualities of Sony’s IMX174 CMOS sensor. Characterised by high sensitivity, low noise, and dynamic range performance that exceeds even traditional CCD cameras at comparable resolution, this camera also offers size and weight advantages.
Industrial camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems and STEMMER IMAGING, IDS partner of many years, are putting their collaboration on a new basis. For many years, STEMMER IMAGING has played an important role in the success of IDS being retail partner for Great Britain, France and Scandinavia.
Europe’s largest imaging technology provider STEMMMER IMAGING has successfully increased its total turnover by 20 percent to 76.6 million euros in the last financial year which ended on 30 June 2015. The establishment of four additional subsidiaries in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Poland reflects the company’s commitment to pursue its European growth strategy.
LMI Technologies has introduced the firmware 4.2 update for the entire range of Gocator displacement, profile, and snapshot 3D smart sensors, in order to further enhance the ease, efficiency and productivity of the 3D inspection process. New features include part matching, a profile mode, emulator and a suite of 2D measurement tools.
US manufacturer Smart Vision Lights (SVL) has developed new high speed strobe lights in addition to LED based modules to replace fluorescent illumination methods for machine vision. The new products are now available from STEMMER IMAGING.