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 28th VISION trade fair, November 6 to 8 2018 was a record event: Over 11,100 trade visitors came to Stuttgart to see the innovations of more than 460 exhibitors from all over the world. STEMMER IMAGING and its partners once again took centre stage at the world's leading trade fair for machine vision with the "STEMMER City" stand concept.
STEMMER IMAGING will be replicating a pick and place application by integrating industrial imaging capabilities into an Industry 4.0 environment using the new OPC UA communication standard. Also on show will be a 3D system using a machine learning method to read braille characters on boxes. In addition, 2D smart cameras and 2D vision sensors will be set up various configurations for OCR and code reading.
STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe's leading machine vision technology providers, has signed an agreement with Odos Imaging for the distribution of Time-Of-Flight (TOF) 3D cameras. The cameras will be available through STEMMER IMAGING’s entire distribution network of 19 different countries in Europe. Odos Imaging is a Rockwell Automation company.
In April, STEMMER IMAGING held its first CVB User Group Meeting at its headquarters in Puchheim near Munich. More than 50 registered participants had the opportunity to find out more about the latest developments in the Common Vision Blox (CVB) the machine vision programming library from STEMMER IMAGING. With over 80,000 deployed licenses, CVB is one of the most used software platforms for machine vision.
STEMMER IMAGING is member of the future oriented PRIMEPULSE group. It’s worth looking on the new website www.primepulse.de, what PRIMEPULSE stands for and who is also part of the strong network of companies. The English version is soon to come.
20 years ago, within a month of each other, Mark Williamson and David Hearn set up Pinnnacle Vision and Vortex Vision respectively. Within 4 years they had joined forces and continue to work together to present day within STEMMER IMAGING, with Hearn as Managing Director of STEMMER IMAGING Ltd in the UK and Williamson as Director - Corporate Market Development at group level. Although they did not officially become part of the STEMMER IMAGING group until 2004, Willi Stemmer had contributed in a variety of ways in their early days.
For the third time, experts and users got together in five countries on our ‘Machine Vision Technology Forum’ European tour 2017”. The STEMMER IMAGING team went on tour through Germany, France, the Netherlands, UK and Sweden in October and November 2017, accompanied by more than 35 manufacturers following the machine vision showcases.