Allied Vision celebrates 25 years of machine vision expertise
15 Oct 2014
At the Allied Vision (ex Allied Vision Technologies) booth (Stand F62, Hall 1), visitors can experience imaging technology first hand with the help of actual application examples, and they can discover Allied Vision’s most recent innovations for themselves.
Image capture in the non-visible spectrum
In the “Allied Vision Lab”, show visitors can look over the shoulders of Allied Vision's engineers and gain insight into the manufacturer’s newest developments. Among others, new models in the Goldeye infrared camera series and image capture in the non-visible spectrum will be demonstrated.
As always, the Allied Vision booth will emphasize practical uses. For that reason, Allied Vision has invited customers from different application fields to present their systems, allowing visitors to experience first-hand with concrete examples how Allied Vision's products and solutions help manufacturers, scientists, and traffic authorities achieve their goals.
25 years of Allied Vision
Allied Vision is celebrating its 25th anniversary at VISION 2014. The company was founded in 1989 and has evolved from a German camera importer into a globally leading camera manufacturer. “We want to celebrate at VISION with our customers, partners, and the entire industry,” Grube said. “And we have a few more surprises in store…”
The compact cameras with their active thermo electric cooling sensors provide low-noise image quality, even with very long exposure times. Comprehensive I/O control and a particularly robust housing predestine the Goldeye series for use in industrial applications.
For 25 years, Allied Vision has been helping people to be faster, more precise, and more efficient in whatever matters to them. From raising production standards to detect diseases faster, proving scientific theories true, monitoring traffic intelligently or simply knowing who crossed the finish line first – with their technology and expertise, Allied Vision helps customers to gain insight by seeing more and hence be more successful in what they do.