October 5, 2016

              Discover the Possibilities Behind Machine Vision!

              All-over-IP 2016
              We'll be on hand at the All-over-IP in Moscow (23-24 Nov. 2016) showing you how machine vision cameras can optimize your applications. Our highlights for this year come from the fields of embedded vision and 3D technology!

              Embedded for biometrics and automatic number plate recognition

              The demand for embedded vision solutions is rising fast. Stationary vision applications have of late been redesigned for smaller, lighter and better integration, turning them into mobile - or even portable - solutions. All at prices that make embedded vision solutions interesting for a diverse range of applications. The technology is well suited for a number of fields, including portable medical devices, systems for automated biometrics, number plate recognition, industrial inspection solutions, stereo cameras and code readers where embedded solution such as Raspberry Pi or Nvidia Tegra X1 with compressed image data (such as H.264) are an option.

              3D Technology

              3D image processing has also been a fast-growing entrant on the markets for industrial image processing, opening up an ever-growing range of possibilities. Yet existing industrial 3D solutions are too complex and expensive for many "simple" 3D applications. Basler is now offering 3D technology suitable for the mass market: With the Basler ToF camera we help our customers lower their total system costs and design their 3D applications more efficiently. Logistics, robotics or factory automation - 3D technologies such as stereovision and structured light or laser triangulation and time-of-flight are the perfect way to handle many different types of application. Want to learn more about this now? Then check out our White Paper “2D or 3D camera? Which 3D camera technology is right for your application?

              Visit us at booth 11-5. We'd be glad to take the opportunity to inform you in detail about the outstanding benefits offered by our products.

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