Machine Vision Products - STEMMER IMAGING



With Europe’s largest selection of leading machine vision technology


STEMMER IMAGING has been one of the leaders in the machine vision market since 1987. It is one of Europe's largest technology providers in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 80,000 imaging applications in various industries.

Due to the long-term practical experience in a variety of industries STEMMER IMAGING knows exactly the crucial factors for the successful and efficient solution of applications.

Based on this background STEMMER IMAGING developed the platform-independent machine vision software library Common Vision Blox (CVB). Thanks to its enormous versatility and flexibility, CVB is one of the most powerful software libraries available for the development of image processing applications. The developers can chose from a variety of tools such as search tools, tools for OCR and barcode identification, for gauging, surface inspection and many more.

STEMMER IMAGING Modular Embedded

With STEMMER IMAGING Modular Embedded as an out-of-the-box industrial embedded system, we offer a solution for the prototype, development and series production phases.

CVB Spectral

CVB Spectral is a tool for the acquisition and basic processing of hyperspectral data.

USB 3.x cables

USB 3.x cables

All products from STEMMER IMAGING

File Topics Size
CVX Triggerbox | 3.2 Data sheets 156.7 KB
Cable GigE Cat 5e drag chain | 1.3 Data sheets 84.4 KB
Cable GigE Cat 6 drag chain | 1.0.1 Data sheets 83.8 KB
Cable GigE Cat 6 robotic | 1.3 Data sheets 85.7 KB
Cable documentation | 1.10 Data sheets 790.7 KB
Formsheet customised camera housing Data sheets 3.1 MB
GigE CAT5e Track chain cable Data sheets 165.7 KB
GigE CAT6 Robotic cable Data sheets 165.2 KB

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Machine vision opens up new markets


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.