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 introduction of new Gocator® laser line profilers, snapshot sensors and the GoMax plug and play smart vision accelerator by LMI Technologies transforms inline quality inspection capabilities. The 2500 series of smart sensors are the fastest, most compact, and advanced Gocator® 3D laser line profilers to date. The Gocator 3504 is the highest XY resolution 3D snapshot sensor on the market today. GoMax® can accelerate any Gocator® by adding massive GPU-driven data processing power to the sensor (or sensor network).
STEMMER IMAGING has developed a GenICam Transport Layer (GenTL) for the innovative Intel® 400 Series of RealSense™ stereo cameras and depth modules to make them GenICam compliant. This greatly enhances the use of Intel® RealSense™ imaging technology in machine vision systems by providing connectivity to all GenTL-compliant software packages for further processing and analysis.
The new Genie Nano-5G GigE Vision cameras from Teledyne DALSA provide exceptional data transfer capabilities using industry-standard Ethernet technology at an extremely attractive price point. With data transfer rates in excess of 5 Gb/s possible over cable lengths up to 100 metres, and a choice of high performance Sony sensors, these new cameras open up a host of new applications in a wide range of industries.
The LightBridge 2 ACL is the latest stand-alone CameraLink frame grabber from Silicon Software. This compact unit can readily be deployed on the factory floor to acquire and pre-process images. These can then be transferred over distances up to 60 metres to a remote PC for analysis.
The new Bonito PRO camera family from Allied Vision achieves 25 Gigabits per second with quad CXP-6 CoaXPress for high-speed, high bandwidth applications. These include automated optical Inspection, flat panel display inspection, printing inspection, 2D/3D surface inspection, and aerial surveillance.
The Supervisory Board of STEMMER IMAGING AG today appointed Arne Dehn as Executive Board member of STEMMER IMAGING AG effective from 01 January 2019. After two months of transition, he will take over the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) position from Christof Zollitsch, who asked the Supervisory Board to terminate his contract early as of 28 February 2019. The Supervisory Board has accepted his request today. Christof Zollitsch intends to provide his experiences and expertise to STEMMER IMAGING in an advisory capacity and to remain closely linked to the company.
The latest release of the HALCON machine vision software from MVTec Software GmbH features new AI technologies, enhanced options for embedded vision and updated USB3 Vision interfaces. HALCON 18.11 also includes a wide range of new features and improved usability for developers.
Systems with an extremely high performance are required in order to inspect labels or other printed web goods and detect faults with 100% reliability at speeds of up to 350 metres per minute. AB Graphic produces such machines and in doing so uses image processing from STEMMER IMAGING.
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.
The Ricoh SC-10 camera inspection system is designed to both provide assembly instructions to operators and verify each step has been completed correctly. The simple, self-contained camera system is having a major impact in many different manufacturing environments in Japan is now available in Europe exclusively from STEMMER IMAGING.