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Thanks to their open architecture, Vision App-based industrial cameras have the potential to permanently change industrial image processing. A single IDS NXT camera can solve a wide variety of image processing tasks.
Users of GigE Vision camera models and the IDS Vision Suite will benefit from an extended range of functions.
The IDS NXT product range will soon include a colour sensor model. The LED light intensity of IDS NXT vegas will increase even further by its new "high-power mode".
This approach allows a variable functionality of IDS NXT devices as well as the device-internal processing of information, plus the development of individual apps.
The USB 3.0 industrial cameras from camera manufacturer IDS will be available soon with second-generation CMOS sensors of Sony’s Pregius series.
The new UI-359xLE USB 3.0 board-level camera from IDS Imaging Development Systems with Aptina’s 18 MP sensor AR1820HS is a high-resolution system suitable for restricted space installations.
Imaging Development Systems (IDS) his now offering the versatile and powerful machine vision software from Adaptive Vision to customers in the UK.
Fast, customer-friendly, transparent, the IDS webstore is now available for customers in Great Britain, Ireland, France and Scandinavia.
Two new models featuring high performance CMOS sensors from CMOSIS have been added to the uEye CP Rev 2 range of industrial USB3 cameras from Imaging Development Systems
The new N30 and N35 Ensenso 3D stereo cameras from IDS Imaging Development Systems are ideally suited to applications in demanding industrial environments.
IDS Imaging Development Systems' free one-day event will show how vision users can get more from their CMOS cameras and benefit from embedded systems.
IDS uEye ML and LE series USB 3 cameras are now available in identical models with either the industry standard USB3 Vision interface or proprietary IDS software.
Recognising the huge developments in CMOS sensor technology, IDS decided three years ago to stop engineering new CCD cameras and concentrate solely on CMOS cameras.