Intelligent traffic systems rely on vision technology

TRAFFIC, RAIL & TRANSPORT

Intelligent traffic systems rely on vision technology

The traffic and transport market

Intelligent traffic systems rely on vision technology for vehicle classification and ANPR in road pricing and speed enforcement applications. Advanced cameras are used to capture and analyse 2D and 3D data in infrastructure monitoring on railways and roads.

Expanded camera portfolio with powerful USB3 cameras from Teledyne Lumenera

01/09/2020

STEMMER IMAGING extends its camera portfolio to include a new series of powerful USB3 cameras ideal for outside environments due to features such as advanced P-Iris functionality.

Machine vision opens up new markets

20/07/2020

Over the years, "machine vision" has become a well-established term describing the technology's main area of application in the manufacturing industry. However, the components and systems originally developed for the industrial sector are increasingly being used in non-industrial applications.

Innovative solution for detection of elevated body temperature

20/05/2020

STEMMER IMAGING AG has signed an agreement with Automation Technology for the distribution of it’s FebriScan systems - complete LWIR camera solutions for detecting elevated human body temperatures.

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Machine vision opens up new markets

20/07/2020

Over the years, "machine vision" has become a well-established term describing the technology's main area of application in the manufacturing industry. However, the components and systems originally developed for the industrial sector are increasingly being used in non-industrial applications.

Formula Student: autonomous driving using 3D imaging

09/04/2020

Universities from all over the world participate in the Formula Student Driverless, a challenging engineering competition to develop the best driverless racing car. The municHMotorsport team relies on machine vision from STEMMER IMAGING to identify and evaluate track markings.

Direct interfacing of smart 3D vision system with robots

28/08/2019

The use of small to medium-sized collaborative robots for factory automation applications is growing at a rapid rate. Many of these applications are pick-and-place, so the robots require machine vision to visualize the scene, process information to make control decisions and execute precision-based mechanical movements.

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