High-Speed Imaging Solutions - The Future is Now
September 11, 2018
12:00-1:30 pm ET
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
High-speed imaging provides a tool that solves problems in industry, medicine, science, military, sports, entertainment, and many other areas. This webinar discusses the four general types of high-speed cameras highlighting their differentiating strengths. It explores the challenges of getting an adequate exposure with extremely short shutter times, how to manage the high volume of image data generated, and solutions to triggering challenges.
ADLINK Technology, Inc.
ADLINK Technology provides a wide range of digital imaging products for industrial, medical and transportation industries and OEM machine vision applications. Products includes PCI Express frame grabbers, compact vision systems for various interfaces, such as Camera Link, IEEE 1394 (FireWire b), and Gigabit Ethernet. ADLINK is a global company with headquarters and manufacturing in Taiwan; R&D and integration in Taiwan, China, and the USA; and an extensive network of worldwide sales and support offices.Click Here for More
Artemis Vision is a machine vision software and integration company headquartered in Denver, CO, with sales offices in NC, NE & TX. We work with leading manufacturers and OEMs to build machine vision solutions, and bring new vision products to market. Our vision engineer, Tom Brennan, is an Advanced Level, AIA Certified Vision professional accompanied by a professional team that are here to meet your project specific needs. We have the software background to link to your current IT and SPC environments, so you can utilize the full value of your solution and use the data to improve your process. We are always on the look out for new OEM partnerships to help a client deliver a winning product, with our flexibility and expertise. Examples of our work, involve everything from medical imaging start-ups to automation machine. Artemis Vision can help your company find your solution and save you money, time, increase credibility, and decrease liability. Contact us today to get your quote.Click Here for More
Integrated Design Tools, Inc
Integrated Design Tools (“IDT”) was founded in 1997 to design and develop digital video cameras with high framing rate capabilities. Since 1997 a number of innovative designs were conceived that included integration of various methods to transfer image/control data to and from the cameras with a variety of of-the-shelf equipment such as computers, video recorders as well as digital video recorders designed by IDT. IDT’s cameras are offered in a variety of miniature packages designed to serve broad scientific, industrial and media applications as evidenced in our web site. Notable examples are the cameras used in space and airborne platforms, automotive safety testing, media and cine and industrial inspection.Click Here for More
Teledyne DALSA has focused on providing machine vision components and solutions for over 30 years. As a world leader we continue to help manufacturers apply vision technology, from image sensors, cameras and acquisition boards, to sophisticated vision software and intelligent vision systems. Our technology is used in thousands of automated inspection systems around the world and across multiple industries including semiconductor, flat panel display, electronics, automotive, medical, packaging and general manufacturing.Click Here for More
Perry is the founder and president of Automated Vision Systems, Inc., a leading consulting firm in the field of machine vision. He has over 35 years of experience in machine vision and includes experience in system design and development, software development of both general purpose and application specific software packages, optical engineering for both lighting and imaging, camera and interface design, education and training, manufacturing management, engineering management, and marketing studies. He received his BSEE from the University of California at Berkeley, is a past President of the Machine Vision Associate of SME, received the MVA/SME Chairman’s Award in 1990, and received the AIA’s annual Achievement Award in 2003.