Reliability and accuracy are crucial requirements to reduce operating costs and increase productivity in industrial machine vision.
Our cameras enable important monitoring and control systems in your production and plant processes.
Visit us to see real world examples of how InGaAs line-scan cameras are used in today’s industrial applications.
Lynx: See from the SWIR perspective.
When conventional imaging methods fail to discern differences, it is time to look from a different perspective. In many agricultural, food & beverage industries, this is where infrared imaging comes in.
Short-wave infrared (SWIR) is used in a variety of ways for sorting applications. They can be used to identify foreign objects during packaging processes. In other cases, they are used to track moisture levels of food products for quality assurance.
The advantage of using short-wave infrared (SWIR) line-scan imagers is demonstrated on our booth. Come see for yourself how seemingly identical materials are easily differentiated and identified in the short-wave infrared spectrum.
New! Manx: More speed. More possibilities.
Moving away from consumables, we demonstrate another use of SWIR imagers in the Semiconductor industry.
To understand the role SWIR imagers play in this industry, we have a white paper on the specific topic. Still have doubts? Put down that paper and head over to our booth – seeing is believing. Our staff will be present to explain and provide answers to your inquiries.
This is also the only chance this year for you to see the brand-new Manx camera series in a public event. The Manx is a high-performance SWIR camera providing high speed and quality line scan imaging. At unprecedented line rates of about 400 kHz, the Manx outclasses the state-of-the-art by a factor of 2.5, the fastest of such in the market.