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all about automation Hamburg

24/01/2018 - 25/01/2018

Regional exhibition for industrial automation technologies

Venue: Hamburg
Exhibitor: STEMMER IMAGING
Booth: OG-406

Meet the STEMMER IMAGING team at all about automation

Hamburg | Stand 406 | January 24-25, 2018

STEMMER IMAGING will offer you lots of technical highlights

Highlight: Multi-camera inspection system

Experience the diversity of our camera and technology offer live! We selected the following cameras for this exhibition: Allied Vision Mako, DALSA Genie Nano, JAI GO and Automation Technology C2.

Our software library Common Vision Blox forms the basis and works hand in hand with the other tools like CVB Barcode, CVB Minos oder CVB 3D to solve tasks like barcode reading or inspecting print or packaging quality. Come and find out!

Highlight. 3D functionality without 3D camera

Variable focal length lenses such as the Optotune EL enable rapid focusing in machine vision applications where the working distance between the object and the camera system is frequently changing.

STEMMER IMAGING has been marketing Optotune variable focal length lenses for some time. In combination with all the other components required, including suitable lighting, optics and cameras, the Gardasoft current driver as well as auxiliary services such as feasibility studies](page/103) or support in designing systems, the image processing specialists thus provide from a single source everything to simplify the use of this technology. Thanks to the increasing availability of electronics and software, the integration of variable focal length lenses is easier today than ever before.

Inspection of challenging surfaces with CVS trevista

The basic idea behind all the models in the CVS Trevista range sounds amazingly simple: illuminate a test object with structured, diffuse dome lighting, combine the resulting images into a synthetic overall image and then evaluate it.

This patented 2.5D process, called Shape from Shading, is especially suited to the examination of components with shiny and diffuse-scattering surfaces. Inspection characteristics including scratches, burrs, dents, discolouration or grinding marks, even if only a few micrometres deep can be detected with significantly greater certainty with this process, than with conventional image processing systems.