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Allied Vision’s Alvium Camera Series Nominated for Embedded Award 2019

New camera series proposed for the Embedded Award in the Embedded Vision category at Embedded World Nuremberg, Germany, February 7, 2019 – Allied Vision's revolutionary camera series for Industrial Embedded Vision has been nominated for the Embedded Award in the Embedded Vision category. A jury of industry experts selected the innovative camera module, powered by …

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New Features for Allied Vision’s Mako GigE Cameras with Sony IMX Sensors

Mako G cameras with Sony IMX sensors now support easy camera synchronization and triggering over Ethernet Stadtroda, Germany, February 4, 2019 – With a firmware update, Allied Vision extends the feature set of the Mako G cameras equipped with Sony Pregius CMOS sensor. The Mako G-040, Mako G-158, Mako G-234, Mako G-319 as well as …

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“A New Generation of Camera Modules: A Novel Approach and Its Benefits for Embedded Systems,” a Presentation from Allied Vision Technologies

Paul Maria Zalewski, Product Line Manager at Allied Vision Technologies, presents the “A New Generation of Camera Modules: A Novel Approach and Its Benefits for Embedded Systems” tutorial at the May 2018 Embedded Vision Summit. Embedded vision systems have typically relied on low-cost image sensor modules with a MIPI CSI-2 interface. Now, machine vision camera …

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Beyond-visible Light Applications in Computer Vision

Computer vision systems aren’t necessarily restricted to solely analyzing the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visually perceivable by humans. Expanding the analysis range to encompass the infrared and/or ultraviolet spectrum, either broadly or selectively and either solely or in conjunction with visible spectrum analysis, can be of great benefit in a range of …

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“A Multi-purpose Vision Processor for Embedded Systems,” a Presentation from Allied Vision

Michael Melle, Sales Development Manager at Allied Vision, and Felix Nikolaus, Firmware Designer at Allied Vision, presents the "A Multi-purpose Vision Processor for Embedded Systems" tutorial at the May 2017 Embedded Vision Summit. This presentation gives an overview of an innovative vision processor that delivers the superior image quality of industrial cameras while enabling the …

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“A New Generation Vision Camera for Embedded Systems,” a Presentation from Allied Vision

Paul Maria Zalewski, Product Line Manager at Allied Vision, presents the "A New Generation Vision Camera for Embedded Systems" tutorial at the May 2017 Embedded Vision Summit. This presentation gives an overview of a new innovative embedded camera with a unique vision processor and integrated image processing capabilities. The combination offers new perspectives in the …

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Image Quality Analysis, Enhancement and Optimization Techniques for Computer Vision

This article explains the differences between images intended for human viewing and for computer analysis, and how these differences factor into the hardware and software design of a camera intended for computer vision applications versus traditional still and video image capture. It discusses various methods, both industry standard and proprietary, for assessing and optimizing computer …

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Camera Interfaces Evolve to Address Growing Vision Processing Needs

Before a still image or video stream can be analyzed, it must first be captured and transferred to the processing subsystem. Cameras, along with the interfaces that connect them to the remainder of the system, are therefore critical aspects of any computer vision design. This article provides an overview of camera interfaces, and discusses their …

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