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Video: Update on Machine Vision Standards
Jochem Herrmann - Adimec Electronic Imaging Pte Ltd
Machine Vision standards
Update / developments
Cooperation on standard development
International Standards Meeting
International Standards Booth
Future Standards Forum
Keywords: Products & Services (P&S), Industry, Videos 2014 ...
Erstellt: 17.06.2014 13:01
Video: Podiumsdiskussion: Make or buy? Standardisierung für die Bildverarbeitung
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?
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
Bernhard Schroth, Chefredakteur der Zeitschrift INSPECT.
Keywords: Videos 2012, Industry, Marketing & Sales (M&S) ...
Erstellt: 27.12.2012 15:34
Video: Machine Vision: From hype to future
Adimec Advanced Image Systems B.V.
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 ...
Erstellt: 03.12.2012 23:52
Video: Back to the Future – Coax Cable to Lead the Way for Digital Camera Connectivity.
Jochem Herrmann & Chris Beynon - ADIMEC Electronic Imaging Pte Ltd & Active Silicon Ltd.
16:00 - 16:30 Uhr
Camera Link suffers from inflexible and expensive cables of limited length. Also the speed is becoming a bottleneck. CoaXPress is a new digital interface capable of sending video, communications, control and power at high speeds over standard coax cable. CoaXPress enables lengths up to 170 meters via highly flexible cable.
Keywords: Videos 2009, Industry, Cabling, Cameras, Products & Services (P&S)
Erstellt: 15.11.2009 9:35