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Photonfocus has released its first camera platform, the MV4, which has further augmented its collection of innovative machine vision range of products.    

The new platform can be ideally paired with both GigE and 10GigE, to allow for highly streamlined interface connectivity.

This platform’s ease of use and minimalistic add-on requirements has made it a highly versatile and powerful tool in any machine vision arsenal.

Interface flexibility: the copper and fibre cable choices

Coupled with the 10GigE interface, which has a ten times higher bandwidth and frame rate than GigE, the platform can support both copper and fibre optic cables.

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FLIR experienced exponential demand for their products this past year, causing them to review their processes and significantly increase their manufacturing capacity to keep up. With the help of colleagues around the world, they were able to double their manufacturing capacity in six months.

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Registration is open for ClearView’s next live event. The focus will be on 3D vision and deep learning, with presentations from industry experts and live demos of the latest technology. The event will take place on October 9th 2018 in Milton Keynes at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, to complement their exhibition at Robotics and Automation.

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FLIR has released its latest BFS-U3-51S5P-C machine vision camera, complete with Sony’s first image sensor with polarising filters, eliminating reflection and glare issues.

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You are an expert in machine vision systems and your know-how that underpins the whole process is excellent.  Yet, even the best specialists are occasionally faced with a dilemma, when having to choose between opensource and licensed machine vision software.  Making a selection between the two might sound easy, but it often isn’t.

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Holding the reigns of a food distribution line is not a job for the fainthearted, as it solicits a great deal of attention to detail and patience. With the expectation of keeping the defects in output as low as possible and top management continuously breathing down your neck in aid of that, being on the lookout for any inconsistencies that might arise from within the production process is paramount.

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The idea of machines being able to see and act for us is not a new one. It’s been the stuff of science fiction for decades, and is now very much a reality.

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Machine vision systems are already an integral part of many manufacturing processes, both in-line and off-line. Yet with new system components being introduced and developed every year, it can be very difficult for a business owner to understand which system would most benefit their business.

Where do you start?

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If your business relies on consistent quality control, traditionally undertaken by a human inspector, you will may well already have heard about machine vision technology.

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ClearView Imaging’s latest Vision Innovations Event, in partnership with FLIR, placed them firmly at the centre of vision systems innovation once more.

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