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VISION 2012 Stuttgart

VISION 2012, 06.11.-08.11.2012, Stuttgart
Quelle: www.messe-stuttgart.de/vision
VISION 2012, 06.11.-08.11.2012, Stuttgart

Jubiläums-VISION 2012 noch internationaler

Zur 25. VISION, der Weltleitmesse für Bildverarbeitung, kamen vom 6. bis 8. November 2012erneut mehr als 7.000 Besucher nach Stuttgart und damit so viele wie im Vorjahr (2011: 7055). Von ihnen reisten 36 Prozent aus dem Ausland an, ebenfalls analog zu 2011. Vertreten waren Besucher aus rund 50 Ländern. Unter dem Tenor „One VISION“ waren in diesem Jahr erstmals alle Aussteller unter einem Dach vereint, im L-Bank-Forum, der Hochhalle 1. Zur Jubiläums-VISION waren 372 Aussteller (2011: 351) gekommen, ein neuer Rekord. Ganze 49 Prozent von ihnen kamen aus dem Ausland (2011: 46) und damit so viele wie noch nie. Angereist waren sie aus 32 Ländern. Vertreten waren nahezu alle Keyplayer der Bildverarbeitungsbranche. Im Gepäck hatten sie Komponenten und Systeme, wie Kameras, Visionsensoren, Framegrabber, Softwaretools, Beleuchtungssysteme, Objektive, Zubehör sowie komplette Systeme und Anwendungslösungen.

„Wir freuen uns darüber, dass die VISION auch in diesem Jahr ihre internationale Ausrichtung eindrücklich unter Beweis gestellt hat. Der weiter ausgebaute Anteil der Aussteller aus dem Ausland ist ein großer Erfolg für die VISION und die Bildverarbeitungsbranche“, vermeldete entsprechend Dr. Olaf Munkelt, Vorstandsvorsitzender des VDMA Industrielle Bildverarbeitung in Frankfurt und in Personalunion Geschäftsführer der MVTec Software GmbH in München.

In den 25 Jahren ihres Bestehens ist die VISION mit der Bildverarbeitungsbranche groß geworden und hat als kompetente Präsentations- und Kommunikationsplattform deren Wachstum mit vorangetrieben. Heute ist die Bildverarbeitung (BV) eine der maßgeblichen Schlüsseltechnologien der deutschen Industrie und in nahezu allen Branchen im Einsatz. Viele Industriezweige, wie die Medizintechnik, Verkehrsüberwachung und-steuerung, Landwirtschaft sowie Sicherheitstechnik kommen ohne BV nicht mehr aus.

Entsprechend breit gefächert waren die Branchen, aus denen die Besucher kamen. Ein signifikanter Zuwachs konnte bei Besuchern aus der Industrie verzeichnet werden, der von 73 auf 77 Prozent angestiegen ist. Die Industriebesucher im Ganzen stammen in erster Linie aus der Bildverarbeitungsbranche selbst (43 Prozent), aber bereits auf Platz 2 rangierten die Besucher aus dem Maschinenbau mit 19 Prozent (2011: 15). Vor allem an dieser Besuchergruppe zeigen sich die Aussteller in der Vergangenheit besonders interessiert. Auf den weiteren Plätzen folgen die Besucherbranchen Elektrotechnik/Elektronik, Feinmechanik/Optik, die Automobil- und –zulieferindustrien und die Medizintechnik. Vor allem für die letzte Besucherzielgruppe fand in diesem Jahr zum zweiten Mal die ‘Medical Discovery Tour‘ statt, an der sich 38 Aussteller mit Exponaten speziell für die Medizintechnik beteiligten.

Die Besucherqualität war unverändert hoch. Von den Befragten gaben 85 Prozent an, an Einkaufs- und Beschaffungsentscheidungen in ihren Unternehmen beteiligt zu sein. Nochmals gestiegen ist die Investitionsbereitschaft, denn 87 Prozent der Besucher kamen mit Investitions- und oder Kaufabsichten auf die VISION 2012 (2011: 85). Ein deutliches Indiz dafür, dass die BV-Branche immer noch auf eine stabile Wirtschaftslage der Abnehmerbranchen bauen kann.

Interessiert haben sich die Besucher vor allem für Komponenten und Anwendungen der Bildverarbeitung, wobei schlüsselfertige Bildverarbeitungssysteme in der Besuchergunst nochmals zulegen konnten, von 22 auf 26 Prozent. Hier zeigt sich einmal mehr, dass es ein richtiger Schritt war, für diese Besucherzielgruppe eine ‘Integration Area‘ einzurichten, auf der sich Systemanbieter gezielt präsentieren können. Ein Novum waren die VDMA-Technologie-Tage. Unter dem Motto „Forschung trifft Industrie“ präsentierten elf Forschungsinstitute aus mehreren Ländern den VISION-Fachbesuchern Forschungsprojekte mit hohem Anwendungs- und Marktpotenzial. „Die dort gezeigten Innovationen werden in den unterschiedlichsten Branchen zu enormen Produktionsverbesserungen führen, oder für deutlich mehr Komfort im Alltag der Menschen sorgen, unter anderem im Automobilsektor“, ist Thomas Walter, Leiter des Kompetenzbereichs Industrie & Technologie der Messe Stuttgart, überzeugt.

Auf die VISION 2013 freuen sich schon heute 92 Prozent der Besucher. Sie wollen auch zur VISION 2013 nach Stuttgart kommen, die dann zwei Monate früher, vom 24. bis 26. September 2013, stattfinden wird.

Quelle: www.messe-stuttgart.de/vision
   
 
Quelle: www.vdma.org/vision
 

Vorträge Industrial Vision Days - 06.11.2012

The VDMA Machine Vision Market Survey - the most important results   Patrick Schwarzkopf - VDMA Industrielle Bildverarbeitung 121106_09_15_schwarzkopf_vdma.pdf
 
The VDMA Machine Vision Market Survey - the most important results
 
Patrick Schwarzkopf - VDMA Industrielle Bildverarbeitung
 
Content:
The annual market survey conducted by the VDMA provides a representative snapshot of the machine vision industry in Germany and excellent business intelligence. We will present selected results of our latest edition with a high relevance for decision-takers in the machine vision sector.
High-resolution Microscopic Systems Operating in the Magnification Range 1x to 20x.   Dr. Ralf Großkloß - Qioptiq Photonics GmbH & Co. KG 121106_09_30_grosskloss _qioptiq_photonics.pdf
 
High-resolution Microscopic Systems Operating in the Magnification Range 1x to 20x.
 
Dr. Ralf Großkloß - Qioptiq Photonics GmbH & Co. KG
 
Content:
The use of modern detectors in surface inspection for defect detection or micro-structure measurement for efficient production processes, requires high-speed and high-resolution microscopic systems operating in the magnification range 1x to 20x. Where large object or image sizes are needed large matrix or line sensors are frequently employed. Commercially available microscopic systems are not suitable for these application because they are not designed for such a task. In this talk a new class of a modular micro-inspection system is presented that fulfils the requirements of modern inspection applications. 
3D Measurement and Control Made Easy   Terry Arden - LMI Technologies Inc. 121106_10_00_arden_lmi.pdf
 
3D Measurement and Control Made Easy
 
Terry Arden - LMI Technologies Inc.
 
Content:
Products offering 3D measurement are either based on laser triangulation or structured light projection, divided into two categories; 3D cameras or pre-calibrated sensors. 3D cameras require adding illumination (typically lasers) and calibration, while 3D sensors include optics and structured light pre-calibrated for accurate measurement. Most products only offer data acquisition, requiring programming expertise to analyze 3D data. Gocator 2000 3D smart sensors define a new category, offering an all-in-one user experience, configured from a web browser with built-in measurement tools to make implementation simple, eliminating needs to develop measurement software.
LMI has introduced two new sensor series:
  •  Gocator 1000 high speed displacement products for analysis of high frequency movement.
  •  Gocator 3000 "snapshot" scanners with stereo vision and structured coded light to acquire and analyze 3D point cloud data from stationary objects.
Learn how Gocator has made 3D measurement easy. 
Next-Generation Cameras Deliver Revolutionary Price-Performance   Vladimir Tucakov - Point Grey 121106_10_30_tucakov_point_grey.pdf
 
Next-Generation Cameras Deliver Revolutionary Price-Performance
 
Vladimir Tucakov - Point Grey
 
Content:
Declining prices is a fact of life in today’s machine vision market. But a corresponding decline in functionality, features, and performance shouldn’t have to be. In this presentation Point Grey looks at two revolutionary new camera lines that redefine “price-performance”; the Blackly and Grasshopper3. Drawing on today’s leading digital interface technologies—USB3 Vision and GigE Vision—and the latest in CCD and CMOS image sensors, these new cameras offer powerful, easy-to-use, and cost-effective alternatives to existing analog, Camera Link, and dual GigE LAG solutions. Their FPGA and frame buffer-based architectures provide optimal reliability, a rich set of features, and a full image processing pipeline. Today’s vision system designers want cameras with more pixels, faster frame rates, and superior reliability, and all at a fraction of the price they paid two years ago. In this presentation you will learn how Point Grey’s mission of creating innovation in imaging meets this challenge once again. 
High speed and precise 3D and color measurements with innovative line scan camera systems   Dr. Klaus Riemer - Chromasens GmbH 121106_11_00_riemer_chromasens.pdf
 
High speed and precise 3D and color measurements with innovative line scan camera systems
 
Dr. Klaus Riemer - Chromasens GmbH
 
Content:
Chromasens presents two new line scan camera systems: A spectral camera providing for precise color measurements and a 3D stereo camera for high accuracy 3D color images. Both systems are shown on our booth. The calibrated spectral camera system - a novel combination of a 12 channel line scan camera, optimized algorithms and a D50 LED-illumination - captures spectral images for color measurements with high precision. Line frequencies up to 22 kHz allow for transport speeds up to 10 m/s. The 3D stereo camera system – a combination of two color line scan cameras and fast correlation algorithms running on graphical processors - provides 3D data in real time. The modular system concept includes resolutions from 10 to 100 micrometers. An API makes the calculated height data available as a 16 bit height map or as a 3D point cloud. The 3D camera is calibrated and provides 3D images with high speed for a wide range of applications for automotive, printing, electronic, and medical industry. 
NanEye3D - World's smallest Stereocamera   Stephan Voltz - AWAIBA GmbH 121106_11_30_voltz_awaiba.pdf
 
NanEye3D - World's smallest Stereocamera
 
Stephan Voltz - AWAIBA GmbH
 
Content:
With a total volume of 3.5mm³ the NanEye3D cameramodule represents actually the smallest stereocamera worldwide. Beside the size the one advantage is, that the precision of the cameras is extremely high so that calibration and rectification is not mandatory. Main applications are in the medical area for miniaturized 3D Endoscopes, and also for industrial application for measuring and visualisation. AWAIBA will present the technical features of the new product and will show a live demo at the booth. 
MEGAPIXEL MANIA - Are there suitable lenses available for multi megapixel sensors?   Steffen Mahler - Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH 121106_12_00_mahler_schneider_kreuznach.pdf
 
MEGAPIXEL MANIA - Are there suitable lenses available for multi megapixel sensors?
 
Steffen Mahler - Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH
 
Content:
The presentation describes, which sensor characteristics of a megapixel sensor need to be considered when choosing an appropriate lens. It explains why different megapixel sensors make different demands on the lenses and where the limits are for a reasonable combination of sensor and lens.
 
Inhalt:
Die Präsentation zeigt, welche Sensoreigenschaften eines Megapixel-Sensors bei der Auswahl geeigneter Objektive eine entscheidende Rolle spielen, welche unterschiedlichen Anforderungen verschiedene Megapixel-Sensoren an die Objektive stellen und wo die Grenzen für eine sinnvolle Kombination aus Megapixel-Sensor und Objektiv liegen. 
GigE Vision® Interfaces: From Medical Diagnostics to Image-Guided Surgery   John Phillips - Pleora Technologies 121106_12_30_phillips_pleora.pdf
 
GigE Vision® Interfaces: From Medical Diagnostics to Image-Guided Surgery
 
John Phillips - Pleora Technologies
 
Content:
Beyond enabling exceptionally reliable image transmission, the use of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) networks and the adoption of GigE Vision® interfaces in a wide range of medical devices have enabled the cost-effective development and installation of digital imaging systems worldwide. Ethernet is the only transmission medium that offers long cable reaches in addition to providing multi-sensor aggregation and image/video distribution capabilities using standard switches and other network equipment, and is so widely deployed that equipment and support are readily available anywhere on the globe. This presentation will share why and how Ethernet is being used in medical devices today, as well consider future advancements including GigE Vision over 10 GigE and wireless transmission. 
121106_13_00_reiter_smartray.pdf
 
AdaptSmart - Adaptive Smart Camera Solution for High Performance 3D Applications in Automation
 
Mathias Reiter - SmartRay GmbH
 
Content:
Mainly but not solely for robot applications in Automation SmartRay developped an adaptive Smart Camera solution for the interaction with industrial robots. Target applications are bin picking or fast robot guidance solutions with high requirements in realtime behaviour. Therefore the focus is on Highspeed imaging and Multi Core Embedded Processing of the acquired 3D point cloud. Adapt Smart is a joint project of partners with industrial and institutional background. AdaptSmart is funded by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF). 
Making Cameras Smarter: FPGA Based Image Pre-processing Unleashed   Michael Noffz - Silicon Software GmbH, Mirko Benz - Baumer GmbH 121106_13_30_noffz_benz_silicon_software_baumer.pdf
 
Making Cameras Smarter: FPGA Based Image Pre-processing Unleashed
 
Michael Noffz - Silicon Software GmbH, Mirko Benz - Baumer GmbH
 
Content:
Baumer and Silicon Software have teamed up to develop a new class of smart FPGA cameras. These will combine high speed sensors with a standard GigE Vision interface. Essential element of the concept is exploiting the processing power of the camera FPGA. The FPGA technology is best suited performing image pre-processing and data reduction on-the-fly. The major benefit for users is the high-level programmability of the FPGA image processing. This is provided by Silicon Software's programming tool Visual Applets. Thus customers are enabled to develop their own application specific pre-processing to be executed directly on the acquisition device. Furthermore, ready to use SmartApplets will be made available for common tasks. Those pre-defined solutions will be provided by a partner network providing SmartApplets, consulting, and implementation services. Benefit for customers is the combination of powerful smart FPGA cameras with short integration time or even off-the-shelf solutions. 
Embedded Vision - overview of technologies used in smart cameras, embedded PC and real time high speed computer   Carsten Strampe - IMAGO Technologies GmbH 121106_14_00_strampe_imago.pdf
 
Embedded Vision - overview of technologies used in smart cameras, embedded PC and real time high speed computer
 
Carsten Strampe - IMAGO Technologies GmbH
 
Content:
A lot of vision application move into embedded devices which are optimized for a machine or a device. But requirements are very different. Based on three reference examples the presentation shows technologies used today: Processors can be integrated into the camera and the complete vision application runs inside of the camera. What is there inside due to computing power and resolution of the sensors? Other applications are PC based and need to be PC based in the future, too. As an alternative to a typical industrial PC together with additional devices like IO, Flash Controller or Fieldbus Interface the author presents a family of embedded PC boxes running the latest Microsoft OS Win7Embedded. What's inside, which processors can be used for compact and fan less devices? The last part goes into the area of super computer for machine vision. Is it possible to have one inside of a machine? The latest Multicore processor platform shows it's possible to realize high speed real time tasks. 
Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung kundenspezifischer Sensoren auf Basis intelligenter Kameras   Oliver Menken - VRmagic GmbH
121106_14_30_menken_vrmagic.pdf
 
Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung kundenspezifischer Sensoren auf Basis intelligenter Kameras
 
Oliver Menken - VRmagic GmbH
 
Inhalt:
Für das Lesen von Data-Matrix-Codes, die Erkennung von Schriftzeichen oder die Umsetzung einfacher Bildverarbeitungsaufgaben bietet eine Reihe von Herstellern eine Vielzahl von Standardsensoren an. Diese Standardsensoren sind an die Anforderungen von Standardaufgabenstellungen angepasst und wirtschaftlich vorteilhaft. Weicht eine Aufgabenstellung nur geringfügig vom Standard ab, erfüllen Standardsensoren die Anforderungen jedoch nicht mehr. Hier sind individuelle Sensorlösungen gefragt, die auf den Bedarf des Kunden zugeschnitten sind. VRmagic besitzt das Knowhow und die Kapazität diese individuellen Sensorlösungen auf Basis seiner intelligenten Kameraserie schnell und wirtschaftlich zu entwickeln. Dabei verwendet VRmagic technisch ausgereifte, in Serie gefertigte Standardkomponenten und fügt kundenspezifische Features hinzu. Durch das modular aufgebaute Designkonzept ist VRmagic bei der Umsetzung von Kundenwünschen sehr flexibel. 
The GenICam Standard - what is new?   Dr. Friedrich Dierks - Chair of the EMVA GenICam Working Group 121106_15_00_dierks_genicam_committee.pdf
 
The GenICam Standard - what is new?
 
Dr. Friedrich Dierks - Chair of the EMVA GenICam Working Group
 
Outline:
  • GenICam as Core of Modern Interface Standards
  • Latest Example: USB3 Vision
  • GenICam Status and Roadmap
VeriSens XC: Complexity needs simplicity   Michael Steinicke - Baumer GmbH 121106_15_30_steinicke_baumer.pdf
 
VeriSens XC: Complexity needs simplicity
 
Michael Steinicke - Baumer GmbH
 
Content:
Vision sensor with integrated flash controller, modular tube system and configurable web interface. Today even complex machine vision applications are often addressed by implementing vision sensors due to superior cost-benefit ratio. However, a high percentage of applications still require dedicated lens, illumination, illumination control and a customized user interface, which are not part of an “all-in-one” sensor offering. Baumer VeriSens XC is a vision sensor providing cutting-edge features to combine both, flexibility and convenience of a sensor. The C-mount interface enables a free choice of lenses – always IP 67 protected by a modular tube system. Various and specialized illuminations offered on the marked are matching any need of machine vision applications. Nearly all of them can directly powered by VeriSens – with the additional feature to flash suitable illuminations directly (up to 48V, 4A). The completely new designed web interface can now be customized and sets furthermore a milestone in vision sensor usability.
Multi-Mag Optics break new ground in non-contact measurement and inspection applications   Alena Verameyeva – Opto Engineering 121106_16_00_verameyeva_opto_engineering.pdf
 
Multi-Mag Optics break new ground in non-contact measurement and inspection applications
 
Alena VerameyevaOpto Engineering

Content:
Research and development in various fields of industry and sciences go side by side with the growing demand for strict quality control and high precision dimensional gauging. Machine vision systems should be able to withstand the zero-defect policy of the manufacturing companies in order to minimize costs and maximize product quality. Thus many non-contact measurement applications deal with complex parts that should be checked and measured at various levels of detail and often similar components of significantly different sizes should be measured with consistent accuracy. It’s as well essential to get a true-to-life undistorted image allowing the accurate quality control. Fixed magnification telecentric lenses may not be flexible enough to inspect very small features on larger samples and standard zoom lenses are unable to offer consistent performances due to intrinsic limitations in the opto-mechanical layout. The new multi-mag bi-telecentric lenses by Opto Engineering overcome those issues, thus breaking new ground in non-contact metrology. 

Vorträge Industrial Vision Days - 07.11.2012

The European Machine Vision Market   Andreas Breyer - EMVA 121107_09_15_breyer_emva.pdf
 
The European Machine Vision Market
 
Andreas Breyer - EMVA
 
Content:
The EMVA Market statistics provides an insight view on where growth was generated in the record year 2011, which vision products were able to benefit in particular and what the vision industry can expect from 2012 and 2013 
Machine Vision Software im Aufbruch – Anforderungsprofil einer modernen und zukunftssicheren Solution Platform   Markus Oßwald - SAC Sirius Advanced Cybernetics GmbH 121107_09_30_osswald_sac.pdf
 
Machine Vision Software im Aufbruch – Anforderungsprofil einer modernen und zukunftssicheren Solution Platform
 
Markus Oßwald - SAC Sirius Advanced Cybernetics GmbH
 
Inhalt:
Etablierte aber auch neue Softwareprodukte am Machine Vision-Markt werden zunehmend den Anforderungen der rasanten Entwicklung im allgemeinen Hardware- und Softwarebereich nicht gerecht. Der Vortrag zeigt in Theorie und Praxis auf, was der MV-Anwender von modernen Solution-Plattformen erwarten kann, wird der verfügbare Stand der Technik konsequent genutzt. Aus Performancesicht ist die einfache und effektive Nutzung aktueller Multicore-Systeme wichtig. Die Berücksichtigung der vom Konsumerbereich neu definierten Bedienstandards ist zunehmend obligatorisch. „Plug and Play" sowohl für die Kamera- als auch für die Prozess-Schnittstelle erlauben einschließlich individueller Erweiterungen per Plug-in perfekt zugeschnittene Lösungen. Die Aspekte werden hinsichtlich Motivation und Umsetzung am Praxisbeispiel demonstriert. Als Plattform dient die brandneue, auf der Vision 2012 zum ersten Mal der breiten Öffentlichkeit vorgestellte, Machine Vision Application Platform SAC Coake®7. 
Automatische 100% Kontrolle funktioneller Oberflächen in Bewegung   Dr. Christoph Wagner - OBE Ohnmacht & Baumgärtner GmbH & Co.KG 121107_10_00_wagner_obe.pdf
 
Automatische 100% Kontrolle funktioneller Oberflächen in Bewegung
 
Dr. Christoph Wagner - OBE Ohnmacht & Baumgärtner GmbH & Co.KG
 
Inhalt:
Der Vortrag befasst sich mit dem Thema der Oberflächeninspektion von Bauteilen in Bewegung. Die Problemstellung ist eine sichere und schnelle Erkennung von Schlechteilen bei einer Prüfgeschwindigkeit von bis zu 1000 Teilen / min. Als Lösung für diesen Applikationsfall stellt der Referent das Produkt trevista MOTION vor. Mittels einer Beleuchtungseinrichtung in Form eines Doms erfolgt eine optimale Ausleuchtung aus verschiedenen Richtungen der automatisch zugeführten Prüfteile. Im Vortrag werden mögliche Fehler auf einem Stanzstreifen gezeigt und die unterschiedlichen Ergebnisbilder von Kratzer, Riefen und Stanzabdrücke interpretiert. Das von OBE Ispringen entwickelte Oberflächeninspektionssystem trevista bietet auch in der Bewegung optimale Voraussetzungen, und ist speziell für eine 100% Kontrolle von Bauteilen ausgelegt. 
NeuroCheck: Universelle Bildverarbeitungs-Plattform für vernetzte Fertigungsumgebungen   Christian Demant - NeuroCheck GmbH 121107_10_30_demant_neurocheck.pdf
 
NeuroCheck: Universelle Bildverarbeitungs-Plattform für vernetzte Fertigungsumgebungen
 
Christian Demant - NeuroCheck GmbH
 
Inhalt:
  • NeuroCheck GmbH: Zum Unternehmen
  • Zum Thema: Software-Plattform NeuroCheck 6.0
  • Schwerpunkt: Kommunikation im automatischen Prüfbetrieb
  • Fazit: NeuroCheck 6 Kommunikations-Architektur: Leistungsfähig + flexibel
Graphical FPGA programming on Open-Hardware-Cameras   Lutz Brekerbohm - visiosens GmbH, Klaus-Henning Noffz - Silicon Software GmbH 121107_11_00_brekerbohm_visiosens.pdf
 
Graphical FPGA programming on Open-Hardware-Cameras
 
Lutz Brekerbohm - visiosens GmbH, Michael Noffz - Silicon Software GmbH
 
Content:
More and more imaging applications require real time processing to optimize system performance and prevent interface bottlenecks. FPGA-programmable cameras are the superior solution for this kind of applications – they combine enormous processing capabilities with low power and small footprint. In the past the challenge with those cameras was a quick and reliable application development. Through the partnership of three leading imaging companies - Framos, Silicon Software and visiosens - a FPGA-based camera family with high-level programming environment and off-the-shelf applications is offered. Visiosens provides a FPGA-camera-family with CMOS and CCD sensors and various interfaces called "Open Hardware camera" allowing customers full access to the Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA. The cameras are programmed with the Silicon Software FPGA programming tool "VisualApplets". Even complex FPGA algorithms are realized quickly without deep FPGA knowledge – a revolution in FPGA programming. 
USB 3.0 and new, innovative CMOS technology - Welcome to the future of industrial imaging   Torsten Wiesinger - IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH 121107_11_30_wiesinger_ids_imaging.pdf
 
USB 3.0 and new, innovative CMOS technology - Welcome to the future of industrial imaging
 
Torsten Wiesinger - IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
 
Content:
This year has seen a rapid change in industrial imaging. USB 3.0 is no longer an utopian vision of a high speed mainstream interface but has started to revolutionize the market. However, USB 3.0 requires modern sensors that provide outstanding performance to make full use of all technological advancements. IDS, the market leader in USB cameras, has implemented new, next generation CMOS sensors from e2v and CMOSIS into its USB 3 uEye CP camera series. Not only do these offer super-fast image acquisition, they are real CCD replacements and offer further outstanding sensor features that bring industrial imaging to the next level. As of today, IDS USB 3 uEye CP cameras have already been tested successfully by a great number of customers and are now being implemented into a variety of applications. This presentation introduces the recent USB 3 uEye CP camera models and outlines outstanding benefits of the new CMOS sensors, placing an emphasis on technical enhancements. 
USB 3.0 in Low Vision Applikationen   Bernd Merkl - MaxxVision GmbH / Aivion 121107_12_00_merkl_maxxvision_aivion.pdf
 
USB 3.0 in Low Vision Applikationen
 
Bernd Merkl - MaxxVision GmbH / Aivion
 
Inhalt:
Hochauflösende Kamerabilder verlustfrei auf einen Bildschirm zu übertragen und parallel aufzuzeichnen ist eine Anforderung, die für vielen Applikationen in der Medizintechnik zunehmend wichtiger wird. Der Vortrag beleuchtet die Vorteile des USB-3.0-Standards im Medical-Bereich und stellt eine USB-3.0 basierte HD-Kamera-Lösung vor - bestehend aus einem HD-Farbbkameramodul von Sony und einem Aivion USB-3.0-Interface-Board. Das Endprodukt ist eine komplette 'Plug 'n Play' Kompakt-Kamera, deren Spannungsversorgung über das USB-Interface erfolgt und die via RS-232-Schnittstelle gesteuert wird. 
mvBlueFOX3- Just another USB 3.0 camera family?   Horst Mattfeldt - MATRIX VISION GmbH 121107_12_30_mattfeldt_matrixvision.pdf
 
mvBlueFOX3- Just another USB 3.0 camera family?
 
Horst Mattfeldt - MATRIX VISION GmbH
 
Content:
Overview and key features and application areas of Matrix Vision's USB3-Vision camera family. We explain what makes this family unique and how it distinguishes from others. Why ist USB3-Vision a Win-Win for camera manufacturers and customers? We explain the most important facts and figures of this new standard and how it relates to the very successful GigE Vision standard before we come to the conclusion: mvBlueFOX3-More than just another USB 3.0 camera family! 
Machine Vision Microscopes for automated diagnosis - Combining advantages of optical microscopy and machine vision   Markus Riedi - Opto GmbH 121107_13_00_riedi_opto.pdf
 
Machine Vision Microscopes for automated diagnosis - Combining advantages of optical microscopy and machine vision
 
Markus Riedi - Opto GmbH
 
Content:
Microscopic applications often come close to resolution limits through high magnification and the request of resolutions below a micron. Most “off the shelf” Machine Vision optics do not have the performance to fit colour correctness and low distortion with magnifications more then 10x on the Sensor. Additional, Nanometer Resolutions cause light effects on the Pixel dependend on used wavelength, optic and camera. Different contrast techniques are used to identify crucial parameters, e.g. in medical applications Polarisation, Phase Contrast or Fluorescence are widely used. In image processing sensitivity and overlapping of images and scenarios is often more critical then processing speed. Fluorescence applications use different Wavelengths for same scenarios. New Challenges will be IR image processing in live operations to help identify cancer sections, overlay of CTM or X-Ray images into life imaging to improve operations or modern algorithms to identify cancer in early stages. 
121107_13_30_williamson_stemmer_imaging.pdf
 
Interfacing - how interfaces compare and how to keep independent
 
Mark Williamson - STEMMER IMAGING GmbH
 
Content:
In the last years we have seen machine vision interfacing standards develop from standardising the cable with CameraLink to providing a complete interfacing framework with GenICam. At Vision 2012 we expect 5 standards. While the all-encompassing GenICam standard can standardise both, the camera control and the data transport layer, some of the new interfaces do not to adopt GenICam in its entirety. This presentation covers a review of the standards and how they compare, not only on a performance basis, but on a standards basis. We show how STEMMER IMAGING delivers an independent acquisition platform, not only for our own software platform CVB, but for users of leading machine vision products.To conclude we show how image acquisition is going beyond camera image capture and will show examples of new higher level acquisition engines that allow, f.e. easy creation of calibrated 3D data sets from multiple cameras ready for inclusion in existing machine vision software packages. 
Podiumsdiskussion: Make or buy? Standardisierung für die Bildverarbeitung. Podiumsdiskussion: Make or buy? Standardisierung für die Bildverarbeitung.

Inhalt:
Standards erleichtern die Anwendung der Bildverarbeitung. Ist die Branche stark genug, um ihre eigenen Standards langfristig zu etablieren? Liefern Standards aus dem Consumerbereich schon bald alles, was benötigt wird?

Mit:
Jochem Herrmann, Adimec Ad. Image Systems BV
George Chamberlain, Pleora Technologies Inc.
Dr. Friedrich Dierks, Basler
Dr. Klaus-Henning Noffz, Silicon Software GmbH
Thomas Nepstad, Cognex

Moderation:
Bernhard Schroth, Chefredakteur der Zeitschrift INSPECT.
HALCON 11 - Identifizieren ohne Bar– und Datacodes   Dr. Olaf Munkelt - MVTec Software GmbH 121107_15_00_munkelt_mvtec.pdf
 
HALCON 11 - Identifizieren ohne Bar– und Datacodes
 
Dr. Olaf Munkelt - MVTec Software GmbH
 
Inhalt:
In der Bildverarbeitung gilt das Identifizieren nur über Objekteigenschaften, also nur durch das Betrachten, als Königslösung. HALCON 11 stellt dazu jetzt die neue Samplebasierte Identifikation, (engl. Sample–Based Identification, kurz SBI) zur Verfügung. Durch Vorzeigen und Lernen kann SBI Objekte nur anhand ihrer Merkmale wie Textur oder Farbe erkennen. SBI identifiziert auch aus unterschiedlichen Blickwinkeln sicher. Das Verfahren arbeitet auch bei der Unterscheidung tausender Objekte sehr robust und schnell. Des Weiteren bietet HALCON 11 neue Technologien und Erweiterungen rund um 3D-Vision wie den 3D-Oberflächenvergleich, die Registrierung und Vermaschung von Punktwolken oder das verbesserte photometrische Stereo. HALCON 11 läuft neben Windows und Linux auch auf dem Apple-Betriebssystem Mac OS X. Der Vortrag stellt einige Anwendungsbeispiele für HALCON 11 aus verschiedenen Industrien vor. 
Verschiedene 3D Sensoren und Bildauswertung mit Drag and Drop Software   Michael Beising - EVT Eye Vision Technology GmbH 121107_15_30_beising_evt.pdf
 
Verschiedene 3D Sensoren und Bildauswertung mit Drag and Drop Software
 
Michael Beising - EVT Eye Vision Technology GmbH
 
Inhalt:
Einfache Auswertung von 3D Punktewolken mit einer Standard Software per Drag and Drop von den unterschiedlichsten Sensoren, wie Lasertriangulation, Shape by Shading oder Mustergenerator zur direkten steuerung von Robotern. Einfaches Objektmatching und Tracking durch wenige Mausklicks zur direkten Robotguidance Lösung. Damit lassen sich Weldinspection Systeme genau so einfach realisieren, wie das Greifen von Objekten von einem Förderband oder eine Box. 
Xenics’s Smart Sensor Systems based on modular design for Long Wave and Short Wave InfraRed Applications   Patrick Merken - Xenics 121107_16_00_copin_xenics.pdf
 
Xenics’s Smart Sensor Systems based on modular design for Long Wave and Short Wave InfraRed Applications
 
Hervé Copin - Xenics
 
Content:
For image acquisition systems, often similar building blocks can be used to perform specific tasks.Therefore Xenics introduced a new line of small sensor systems, based on a modular design including a sensor. As each module can be individually tuned, the systems exhibit outstanding performance in noise, speed and power.Within the sensor interface, different sensors can be integrated. Xenics has introduced SWIR InGaAs-based cameras: the ‘Lynx’ line array (up to 2048 pixels), the ‘Bobcat-320’ and ‘Bobcat-640’ 2D-array and LWIR bolometer arrays:the ‘Gobi-384’ and ‘Gobi-640’. There is also a megapixel 2D array in the pipeline both for SWIR and LWIR. The second module consists mainly out of an FPGA board, which provides correct sensor signal sequene and settings, and makes sure all signals are compensated and calibrated at high speed. Finally, different interface modules can be provided with the camera: a GigE, CameraLink, CoaxPress or a standard analog video interface. 

Vorträge Industrial Vision Days - 08.11.2012

Study "Cameras in Professional Imaging 2012": Market Insights and Outlooks from Camera Manufacturers and Users   Dr. Ronald Müller - FRAMOS Group 121108_09_15_mueller_framos.pdf
 
Study "Cameras in Professional Imaging 2012": Market Insights and Outlooks from Camera Manufacturers and Users
 
Dr. Ronald Müller - FRAMOS Group
 
Inhalt:
Die FRAMOS Gruppe führt aktuell zum 5. Mal ihre jährlich Marktumfrage "Cameras in Professional Imaging" in Zusammenarbeit mit der Zeitschrift INSPECT durch. Die Ergebnisse werden im Rahmen des Vortrags präsentiert und unter anderem mit dem direkten Einblick der FRAMOS Gruppe in den Sensor-Markt interpretiert. Diese Umfrage fokussiert sich auf den Markt für Videokameras in professionellen Anwendungen. Als weitere Besonderheit werden Kamera-Hersteller und Kamera-Anwender jeweils mittels separater Online-Fragebögen befragt, ausgewertet und miteinander verglichen. Somit erhebt die Studie beispielsweise die aktuellen Stückzahlen der Hersteller nach Sensoreigenschaften und Kameraschnittstellen. Bei Kamera-Anwendern liegt der Fokus insbesondere auf deren Einschätzung zu künftigen Bedarfen an Kameratechnik. Durch die jährl. Teilnahme von über 200 Firmen und weitgehender Konstanz in den Fragestellungen bereitet der Vortrag ebenfalls die Evolution der verschiedenen Themenbereiche auf.
Single-Lens 3D Camera with Extended Depth of Field   Dr. Christian Perwass - Raytrix GmbH 121108_10_00_perwass_raytrix.pdf
 
Single-Lens 3D Camera with Extended Depth of Field
 
Dr. Christian Perwass - Raytrix GmbH
 
Content:
The Raytrix GmbH develops single lens 3D cameras with an extended depth of field for industrial applications since 2009. The technology behind these cameras is based on a microlens array that is placed in front of the image sensor. The talk will give an insight into Raytrix’ patented technology and present a number of applications. 
Camera Innovation: With the New USB 3.0, Basler Offers a Wide Variety of Interfaces on the ace Camera Series – For Good Reasons   René von Fintel - Basler AG 121108_10_30_von_fintel_basler.pdf
 
Camera Innovation: With the New USB 3.0, Basler Offers a Wide Variety of Interfaces on the ace Camera Series – For Good Reasons
 
René von Fintel - Basler AG
 
Content:
At VISION 2012, Basler will launch the USB 3.0 interface in its now even smaller sized ace camera. This new interface together with the release of the USB3 Vision standard will garner interest in testing and switching to this camera interface. The pros & cons of the new interface – compared to the other interfaces, like Gigabit Ethernet – need to be weighed up before going for USB 3.0. USB 3.0 offers a higher bandwidth, but GigE is the preferred interface in terms of cable length. USB 3.0 supports plug & play functionalities, but GigE has advantages in networking capabilities. Basler will give a thorough introduction to the ace camera models featuring the USB 3.0 interface and will share the advantages and disadvantages of USB 3.0 with respect to other interfaces. 
Ideal Illumination setup for fast 2D/3D image processing   Thomas Rampertshammer - Laser 2000 GmbH 121108_11_00_rampertshammer_laser2000.pdf
 
Ideal Illumination setup for fast 2D/3D image processing
 
Thomas Rampertshammer - Laser 2000 GmbH
 
Content:
This presentation discusses different strategies how to ideally illuminate an object for 2D/3D machine vision requirements. Laser systems are still first choice for sharp and crisp projections. Though, laser safety regulations caused some hurdles in the past. New innovations help to minimize these obstacles, enabling those smart systems to be used easily for a vast area of applications. Some technical highlights of state of the art products will be presented. While laser safety aspects are minimized, only LED-Systems provide a speckle free illumination. New product developments are particularly designed for 2D/3D applications. While historical diodes are swept out of market acceptance, a new generation with chip on board technology captures the markets awareness. Illumination equipment for robotics and automation requires some level of simplicity to integrate. Special vendors focused on these requirements and developed a series of robust lighting equipment for these purposes.    
Machine Vision: From hype to future   Jochem Herrmann - Adimec Advanced Image Systems b.v. 121108_11_30_herrmann_adimec.pdf

Machine Vision: From hype to future

Jochem Herrmann - Adimec Advanced Image Systems B.V.
 
Content:
The roots of machine vision go back to 1950. Artificial intelligence for military purposes was the main driver to develop analysis algorithms based on images. Starting in 1980, cameras were developed specifically for industrial applications, and Machine Vision was hyped as a solution for every problem. Both suppliers and users of vision systems overestimated the possibilities, but after some companies became successful specializing in certain applications, a market was born. In 1988, the VISION organization opened its doors, bringing together machine vision pioneers (both suppliers & users). Since then, the Vision market has matured greatly. Companies have focused on their own strengths and developed many innovations. One of the pioneers is Jochem Herrmann, cofounder of Adimec. He's been designing MV systems and cameras since 1984". During this talk, he will guide you through the history of machine vision and share his thoughts about how machine vision will look over the next 20 years.
Benefits of Connecting Vision Systems on POWERLINK Real-time Networks   Keith Blodorn - Cognex 121108_12_00_blodorn_cognex.pdf
 
Benefits of Connecting Vision Systems on POWERLINK Real-time Networks
 
Keith Blodorn - Cognex
 
Content:
This lecture introduces the audience to the benefits of synchronizing vision system data to the motion control system using Ethernet POWERLINK communications. Attendees will learn how POWERLINK-enable vision systems can improve machine position control, provide more accurate part tracking, reduce scrap, and eliminate the cost and setup time associated with traditional hard-wired camera trigger sensors. System integrators and machine builders, especially those focused on high-speed part handling and converting applications, are highly encouraged to attend. 
StingRay - a completely new vision of structured lasers for Machine Vision.   Wallace Latimer - Coherent Inc. 121108_12_30_latimer_coherent.pdf
 
StingRay - a completely new vision of structured lasers for Machine Vision.
 
Wallace Latimer - Coherent Inc.
 
Content:
StingRay integrates advanced electronics, firmware, optics and mechanics to provide a product that truly brings new value and feature to the end users and extends the possibility of applications and control not seen before in this class of products. Features such as direct serial communication with the laser, firmware management and calibration of the system creating persistent configuration of the device which is internally stored, along with the ability of the laser to predict service events for the user. Further the redesign and implementation of line generation technologies providing the most accurate and repeatable line available on the market. The StingRay resets the standard for Machine Vision lasers and will enable smarter and more flexible applications for the future growth of the applications that it serves. StingRay is completely backwards compatible with the popular Coherent Lasiris SNF laser which is the most installed structured laser in the world today. 
Next Generation CMOS Line Scan Camera Technology – Piranha 4 Series   Dr. Xing-Fei He - Teledyne DALSA 121108_13_00_he_teledyne_dalsa.pdf
 
Next Generation CMOS Line Scan Camera Technology – Piranha 4 Series
 
Dr. Xing-Fei He - Teledyne DALSA
 
Content:
Pirahna4 line scan camera series features the world’s most versatile and high performance line scan cameras. The Piranha4 series is powered by our advanced CMOS imager, and offers 1k, 2k, 4k to 8k pixel resolutions for mono and colour imaging. Large full-well capacity maximizes signal coverage for bright light, while low read noise and on-chip CDS ensures superior signal-to-noise at low light. This new image sensor's high dynamic range, combined with on-chip ADC for high speed, gives Piranha4 series unprecedented performance. The Piranha4 series is built for the real world with features to ease system integration. Precise sensor alignment across X/Y/Z axes allows reliable, optimized performance in multi-camera systems, unique sensor designs minimize spectral and spatial crosstalk, while an advanced GenICam compliant user interface makes it easy to set up and control camera parameters such as exposure control, FFC, white balance, gain, test patterns, diagnostics and more. 
3DExpress: 3D machine vision made easy   Dr. Carles Matabosch - AQSENSE S.L. 121108_13_30_matabosch_aqsense.pdf
 
3DExpress: 3D machine vision made easy
 
Dr. Carles Matabosch - AQSENSE S.L.
 
Content:
The new 3DExpress, from AQSENSE, is a 3D preprocessing software for machine vision applications including graphical assistance for the acquisition, configuration and debugging of 3D laser triangulation systems. As 3D machine vision grows and becomes more important for the industry, also its difficulty to be understood, calibrated and configured raises. 3DExpress bypasses all these difficulties by providing an easy graphic step-by-step system which, placed between the sensor and the processing software, eases the operation of acquire the data coming from a laser triangulation system, obtain its 3D representation, manipulate it and finally, export the result to be further processed by standard 2D tools. With 3DExpress, system integrators can forget about all acquisition problems and easily setup a 3D system step by step with online control of the acquisition during the application runtime, accounting of pictures processed, status of data queues and visualization of all inputs and outputs.
3D Vision for binpicking and flexible robotised assembly applications, technologies and practical solutions   Léon F. Bemelmans - Beltech B.V., Michael Vermeer - Robomotive B.V. 121108_14_00_bemelmans_beltech.pdf
 
3D Vision for binpicking and flexible robotised assembly applications, technologies and practical solutions
 
Léon F. Bemelmans - Beltech B.V., Michael Vermeer - Robomotive B.V.
 
Content:
In many production and assembly processes parts are presented randomly and must be introduced into a processing or assembly station. Low volume and high mix have become an important characteristic over time. In these cases traditional automation solutions suffer from dedicated equipment and long product change over times. Thus the need for automated binpicking is more than understandable. The right vision solution in combination with robotic technologies fulfills this need. In the presentation different vision technologies are commented based on practical experiences. Insight is given into hardware choices, integration aspects and software approaches to achieve a working solution. Examples are presented where a combination of 3D vision and robots were the solution for the task. Special attention will be given to a demo-application where a humanoid robot and 3D vision perform random bin picking of 4 different industrial parts and assembling these parts into a complete product. 
Never thought CMOS was good enough?   Steve Kinney - JAI 121108_14_30_kinney_jai.pdf
 
Never thought CMOS was good enough?
 
Steve Kinney - JAI
 
Content:
How a new class of industrial cameras is going to change that. Although high speed, low power industrial cameras based on CMOS imagers have been available for years, trade-offs in image quality have reduced the number of applications for which they were truly suitable. A new generation of JAI CMOS industrial cameras is leveraging technology innovations to significantly broaden their applicability. Some of the enabling technology in the cameras improves the sampling accuracy and has previously only been available in CCD camera designs. Other models utilize advancements in imager architecture to improve image quality. These innovations will allow users for the first time to reap the high-speed benefits of CMOS, at frame rates not possible in CCD technology, while still providing remarkable high-end image quality. This presentation will introduce industrial vision designers to this new breed of industrial cameras explaining why they should be considered for a wide range of industrial applications. 
OptoMotive’s innovation: VELOCIRAPTOR EVO - The FIRST Generation of the highly customizable and user-programmable FPGA based high-speed smart camera   Aleš Gorkič - OptoMotive 121108_16_00_gorkic_optomotive.pdf
  
OptoMotive’s innovation: VELOCIRAPTOR EVO - The FIRST Generation of the highly customizable and user-programmable FPGA based high-speed smart camera
 
Aleš Gorkič - OptoMotive
 
Content:
Velociraptor EVO is a highly customizable and user-programmable open reference design high-speed FPGA based camera and application development system. Its emphasis is on an open hardware-software development model, high-frame rates, real-time image processing, ultra large FPGA, Ethernet connection and modern graphical user interface support. A suite of intermediate, versatile and largest Xilinx Spartan-6LX150 FPGA, is used to develop algorithms and process data in real-time. The reference design can be easily edited. Only 60% of the camera´s FPGA logic is occupied with a powerful System-On-Chip implementation while the only 10% of DSP resources are occupied. The rest is free for a programming and development of new algorithms, or implementation of additional IP cores. Velociraptor EVO is targeted to system developers, system integrators and original equipment manufacturers, who are seeking for components adoptable to a specific products or systems.
 
Quelle: www.vdma.org/vision
  

Wissensbausteine der Vision Academy von der Vision 2012

Erfolgreich Vision-Projekte durchführen   Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH 121106_01_jahr_vision_academy.pdf
 
Erfolgreich Vision-Projekte durchführen
 
Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH

Inhalt:
Eine Orientierungshilfe, die zeigt, wie der Einsatz von Bildverarbeitung zum Erfolg geführt werden kann.
Tipps & Tricks rund um Optik & Beleuchtung   Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH 121106_02_jahr_vision_academy.pdf
 
Tipps & Tricks rund um Optik & Beleuchtung
 
Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH

Inhalt:
Die Summe der Kleinigkeiten bestimmt die Wirksamkeit der Bildgewinnung. Eine Reise durch die Welt kleiner Nützlichkeiten.
Streiflichter zu 3D-Techniken in der Bildverarbeitung   Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH 121106_03_jahr_vision_academy.pdf
 
Streiflichter zu 3D-Techniken in der Bildverarbeitung
 
Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH

Inhalt:
Eine Kurzübersicht zu verschiedenen Möglichkeiten, dreidimensionale Bilder für die Bildverarbeitung zu erzeugen.
Dreamteam Vision & Motion: Bildverarbeitung mit Feldbus sercos   Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH 121106_04_jahr_vision_academy.pdf
 
Dreamteam Vision & Motion: Bildverarbeitung mit Feldbus sercos
 
Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Jahr - Vision Academy GmbH

Inhalt:
Hart echtzeitfähiger Bus hat Anschluss an Vision Systeme. Die neuen Möglichkeiten von sercos und dessen Potentiale für die Bildverarbeitung.
 
Quelle: www.vision-academy.org
 

VISION TO WEB Videos von der Vision 2012

VISION TO WEB - 25 Jahre Vision - ein Interview mit Thomas Walter


VISION TO WEB - One VISION - Was hat die Messe mit Freddy Mercury gemeinsam


VISION TO WEB - 25 Jahre VISION -- 25 Jahre Stemmer Imaging -- ein Interview mit Peter Stiefenhöfer


VISION TO WEB - Mit 12 Augen Sehen - Quantensprünge bei der Farbprüfung


VISION TO WEB - Entwicklungen u. Trends bei intelligenten Smartkameras


VISION TO WEB - Fadenkreuzkameras und Co. -- die neuen Produkte von Polytec zur VISION

VISION TO WEB - USB 3.0 kontra FireWire oder was der neue Standard bringt


  
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Bildergalerie von der Vision 2012


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