VISION News 08 2019 powered by inspect


Dear Readers,

What symbolizes the future for you? Is it perhaps the robot who takes on more and more tasks and becomes an important helper of man? Is it electric vehicles that ensure a clean environment? Or is it the faster-than-light spaceship, which is used to explore strange new worlds and to seek out new life and new civilizations - and to boldly go where no one has gone before?

Whatever it is: Take a picture of it and send it to us. Inspect started a photo contest to celebrate the inspect anniversary. We look for the motive that best expresses the future. You can send in your picture till 15th August. Find more about it here.

Highlights of the month come from Teledyne Dalsa, Matrix Vision and Edmund Optics. They are definitely worth a look.

Best Regards,

Florian Niethammer
Project Manager VISION

Andreas Grösslein
Webmaster inspect online

P.S.: The voting has started for the inspect award 2020. Vote here.




Sherlock vision system software now includes Shape Extraction


Teledyne DALSA is pleased to announce the introduction of Shape Extraction to its Sherlock 7 vision software platform. This feature offers a robust solution to the ever-increasing demands of the machine vision industry. The new Sherlock SE ...


High-resolution 31 megapixel cameras for USB 3 and dual GigE


With the IMX342 Pregius sensor, Sony has launched a high-resolution global shutter CMOS sensor, which is very sensitive to light with a pixel size of 3.45 μm and provides a very high dynamic range. Due to the high resolution and size of ...


Multi-element tube system


Edmund Optics now offers the new Techspec multi-element tube system. It works as a complete system by combining multi-element outer tubes with multi-element inner single-optic holders and multi-element inner pair optic holders. The outer ...




How to Reduce the Workload of a Traditional CMM and Solve Bottleneck Issues


While CMM used to be the means of choice for quality inspections in earlier times, 3D scanning has become a valid alternative. Which option between buying a new CMM or opting for a portable 3D scanner offers the best return on investment?


Acceptance of 3D Scanning in Quality Control

Due to its high accuracy, probing gained the approval of quality control and quality assurance ...


Laser-assisted Weld Seam Inspection

In the body production of the Audi R8 sports car factory a laser projection system assists the ...


Inline Quality Inspection of textile and industrial fabrics

Industrial fabrics need to have specific characteristics according to industrial standards. ...




Change in the management of Silicon Software


Silicon Software GmbH and Basler AG announce a change in the management of their subsidiary. Dr. Dietmar Ley, CEO of Basler AG, will take over the management of Silicon Software GmbH until further notice. Dr. Klaus-Henning Noffz, former ...


Stemmer Imaging successfully closes acquisition of Infaimon

Stemmer Imaging confirms it has successfully  concluded the acquisition of the Spanish group ...


Red Dot Design Award for two Shimadzu instruments

Shimadzu has been awarded two Red Dot Design Awards 2019 in the product design category for its new ...


More Models in Series: Basler Med Ace USB 3.0 Cameras

Basler’s camera series designed specifically for the Medical & Life Sciences market is ...





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