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With more than a quarter century in business, Basler has grown to be the world market leader for digital industrial cameras. Basler is the brand to trust not only for premium performance but also superior value. From the time we first championed the development of industry-wide Camera Link, Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 interface standards, Basler has driven the technical innovations that drive business for our customers. Every camera we manufacture undergoes comprehensive electrical and optical testing and precise calibration before it leaves our facility. That’s why we produce consistent high quality cameras and guarantee a 3-year warranty. Our cost-effective and miniaturized USB 3.0 cameras, as well as our pylon Camera Software Suite which is available for Linux, are well suited for embedded vision applications.

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Basler at embedded world 2020: Innovative Embedded Vision Solutions in Cooperation with Strong Partners

Cloud connection, AI and machine learning: solution provider of vision systems presents product innovations at booth 2-550 Ahrensburg, 21 January 2020 – Basler will showcase its extended solution portfolio for embedded vision at this year’s embedded world show in Nuremberg in cooperation with strong partners such as NXP, Nvidia, Microsoft and Amazon Web Services. As …

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New Products in the ace 2 Camera Series: Models with Sony CMOS Sensors with Resolutions of 5 MP and 8 MP

Basler is expanding its portfolio of the recently introduced ace 2 camera series with 16 additional models featuring the Sony IMX334 CMOS sensor. The new cameras are complementing the ace 2 series with resolutions of 5 and 8.3 megapixels. Ahrensburg, January 14, 2020 – Shortly after introducing its new ace 2 camera series, the camera …

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Basler Releases First Camera Module for NXP’s i.MX 8M Plus Applications Processor

Ahrensburg, 07 January 2020 – Basler is pleased to announce the release of the first camera module that is matched to the NXP® Semiconductors i.MX 8M Plus applications processor. The NXP i.MX 8M Plus features a dual camera Image Signal Processor (ISP) providing real-time processing for crystal clear images and a neural network accelerator delivering …

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“Using Blockchain to Create Trusted Embedded Vision Systems,” a Presentation from Basler

Thies Möller, Technical Architect at Basler, presents the "Using Blockchain to Create Trusted Embedded Vision Systems" tutorial at the May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit. In many IoT architectures, sensor data must be passed to cloud services for further processing. Traditionally, "trusted third parties" have been used to secure this data. In this talk, Möller explores …

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“Designing Vision Front Ends for Embedded Systems,” a Presentation from Basler

Friedrich Dierks, Director of Product Marketing and Development for the Module Business at Basler, presents the "Designing Vision Front Ends for Embedded Systems" tutorial at the May 2018 Embedded Vision Summit. This presentation guides viewers through the process of specifying and selecting a vision front end for an embedded system. It covers topics such as …

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“Building Up a Start-up in Embedded Vision: Lessons from Machine Vision,” a Presentation from Basler

Arndt Bake, Chief Marketing Officer at Basler, presents the "Building up a Start-up in Embedded Vision: Lessons from Machine Vision" tutorial at the May 2018 Embedded Vision Summit. As embedded vision becomes more capable, it is proliferating into many new markets and attracting many new start-ups. How can you gauge when the time is right …

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Visual Intelligence Opportunities in Industry 4.0

In order for industrial automation systems to meaningfully interact with the objects they're identifying, inspecting and assembling, they must be able to see and understand their surroundings. Cost-effective and capable vision processors, fed by depth-discerning image sensors and running robust software algorithms, continue to transform longstanding industrial automation aspirations into reality. And, with the emergence …

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“Time of Flight Sensors: How Do I Choose Them and How Do I Integrate Them?,” a Presentation from Basler

Mark Hebbel, Head of New Business Development at Basler, presents the "Time of Flight Sensors: How Do I Choose Them and How Do I Integrate Them?" tutorial at the May 2017 Embedded Vision Summit. 3D digitalization of the world is becoming more important. This additional dimension of information allows more real-world perception challenges to be …

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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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“Understanding Camera Subsystems for Your Embedded Vision System and Making the Right Choice,” a Presentation from Basler

Gerrit Fischer, Head of Product Market Management at Basler, presents the "Understanding Camera Subsystems for Your Embedded Vision System and Making the Right Choice" tutorial at the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit. More than ever, you have a wide range of camera subsystems to choose from. At one end of the spectrum, a system designer …

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