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Welcome to the June, 2015 edition of Vision Technology News presented by Adept Turnkey - Smarter Imaging For Better Lives.



Specim recognises sound business practice
Adept is pleased and proud to be the recipient of Specim's Partner of the Year Award. The Award recognises our dedication to helping make life better for both our suppliers and clients through our commitment and diligence. Thank you, Specim.

Spotlight on Vision Research and the PHANTOM

Dedicated to the art of high-speed imaging for traditional and entertainment markets
Vision Research: leader and premier supplier of high-performance, high-speed digital imaging systems for motion capture and analysis have made available two downloadable documents outlining their corporate history and philosophy and their product base .... More

Adept Turnkey finalist in PACE Zenith Awards

Recognising innovative companies
We are delighted to be chosen as a finalist in the Mining and Minerals Processing Category for our Ore3D Ore Sizing System which is the latest breakthrough in online, non-contact, ore-sizing technology ... More


Update for Sherlock 7 software

Now available from Adept
Teledyne DALSA has released an update of Sherlock 7 software containing a number of improvements. Downloadable from Adept … More

Important changes to CineFlash Dock

Choice of connectivity for downloading raw cines
Vision Research have made changes to CineFlash Dock accessory so that it now has both eSata and USB connectivity giving users a choice of how. ..… More

AVT releases Vimba 1.3

Powerful SDK for Allied Vision camera

Vimba is Allied Vision's future-proof, platform-independent SDK for all their cameras with GigE Vision and FireWire (IEEE 1394) interface. Version 1.3 is now released. . More

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JAI megapixel CMOS SPARK series camerasMore bright SPARKS from JAI

Thanks to CMOS: high through-put without compromising image quality

For today's vision applications, speed is critical whether that application is print inspection, production monitoring, sports imaging and many others. . More

Linea 2k 52 kHz and 4k 26 kHz Line scan cameraNew technology defies GigE bandwidth limitations

Faster data transfer with no image-quality loss at a great price-point

Helping improve imaging and lower costs, Teledyne DALSA's Linea 2k/4k cameras start with an advanced CMOS sensor with high quantum efficiency and low noise for better images and comes packed with advanced features to make machine vision projects more easily achievable . More

Phantom high speed cameras with improved sensitivityImproving an already-successful product line

Phantom high speed cameras now available incorporating greater sensitivity

Vision Research has released a newer version of an existing series that offers greater sensitivity. These cameras leverage a superceded-but-proven platform (the xx10 series) and the cameras are offered with the same specs but with greater sensitivity incorporated More

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Opto Engineering 4k lens for line scan camerasLens for 4k line scan cameras

Two new lens series for line scan camera applications

Opto Engineering have released two series: macro lenses for high-speed inspections and flat telecentric lenses - precision optics for applications and machines with tight dimensional More

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Managing long exposure with CMOS sensors

Minimise image noise while saving costs with iDS uEye CMOS cameras

Capturing an image in low light conditions usually means working with high gain in order to obtain sufficient detail from the image. The trade-off is that using high gain causes more image noise which, in turn, produces a lower quality image. CMOS sensors More

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