2017

28.03.2017

Facial identification technology with USB 3 uEye LE

Acumé Forensic, a company based in Leeds (England), is renowned for its evidential identification services, which are used to solve a wide range of crimes, from murder and armed robbery to fraud.

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28.03.2017

Using adaptive hot pixel correction

What's that dot in my image? If you're asking yourself this question, then you've probably just discovered a hot pixel.

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23.03.2017

UKIVA Machine Vision Conference, April 27, 2017

FREE to attend, one-day conference to learn everything about machine vision, from beginner to expert.
UKIVA, the leading UK Industrial Vision Association has launched a new Machine Vision Conference & Exhibition, held on 27th April 2017 at the Arena MK, Milton Keynes, UK.

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23.03.2017

Available now: The Ensenso X 3D camera system

With the Ensenso X, IDS is introducing a new 3D camera system that makes 3D vision applications even easier and more flexible to implement.

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23.03.2017

The new generation of GigE uEye CP

You can rely on the second completely new generation of our GigE uEye CP to reliably assist you with classic machine vision applications.

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14.03.2017

From frame grabber to industrial cameras with USB 3.1 interface: 20 years of IDS

2017 is a special year for IDS. Jürgen Hartmann founded the company in 1997, together with his business partner at the time, Armin Vogt. They were two men with one vision. This year, we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of our company, which now has 220 employees who make up a great team, mainly at our German headquarters in Obersulm, but also internationally in our four subsidiaries and three offices.

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10.03.2017

USB 3.1 Gen 1 uEye LE with USB Power Delivery

Thanks to USB Power Delivery in the USB 3.1 Gen 1 board-level cameras, you will save space and money and won't need a power supply.

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10.03.2017

IDS Software Suite version 4.82 available for download

The latest IDS Software Suite 4.82 is now available on the camera manufacturer's website and can be downloaded free of charge. The driver package for all USB and GigE industrial cameras from IDS is available with a range of additional features and also supports USB Power Delivery (PD) for the new uEye LE USB 3.1 Gen 1 industrial cameras with the USB Type-C connector.

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10.03.2017

USB 3.1 Gen 1 uEye LE with PYTHON 480

In addition to the versions with the rolling shutter IMX290 and IMX178 sensors from Sony, models with the extremely cost-effective global shutter SVGA PYTHON 480 sensor from ON Semiconductor and the 3.2 MP IMX265 sensor from Sony are now also available.

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06.03.2017

Code Reading with Raspberry Pi and IDS camera

Just quickly test an embedded image processing application? This task does not have to fail upon the complex cross compiling of source code.

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20.02.2017

Now available: New models of the USB 3 uEye CP series

As of now, there are four new USB 3.0 cameras available in series, including two models with Sony's 3 MP global shutter.

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17.02.2017

Case study: The flying eye

How can a drone help in a disaster situation? Drones can be put to a variety of uses, such as taking water samples, casting down life belts, or providing geodata and images from areas that are difficult or even impossible for people to access.

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08.02.2017

Record sales and incoming orders once again for IDS

The industrial camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH reports double-digit sales growth of 14% for 2016. As in previous years, the Swabian company's rate of growth has outpaced the market, exceeding the 8% growth predicted by the VDMA for the machine vision sector. The high order intake of 2015 also rose further by 19% in 2016.

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07.02.2017

IDS enhances presence in Great Britain and Ireland

Since January 2017 the IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH is represented by a subsidiary in the United Kingdom. Additionally, the company creates a new position in the application engineering. Thus, the leading manufacturer of industrial cameras underlines the importance of the local machine vision market.

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05.01.2017

TechTip: Using the sequencer mode

You want to capture image sequences with different exposure times or image sections? You do not want to manually reconfigure the camera while capturing? A special feature that was previously reserved for the camera models with e2v sensors, is now available for the whole USB 3 uEye CP Rev. 2 camera family from IDS Software Suite 4.81 on: the sequencer mode.

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