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Silicon Software, located in Mannheim/Germany, is a manufacturer of frame grabbers and intelligent image preprocessing solutions for industrial image processing based on reprogrammable FPGA technology. The company markets standard products as well as customer-specific OEM solutions for machine vision and inspection in automation. Further emphases include graphical programming environments and image processing libraries for real-time applications on FPGA vision processors. Hard- and software products are particularly distinguished by their high flexibility, high performance, and ease of use. Silicon Software is an independent company of Basler.
For more information: https://silicon.software
BitFlow, Inc. provides high-performance, easy-to-use electronic imaging products. The company has shipped thousands of electronic camera interfaces boards to OEM, military, R&D, and education customers. BitFlow's products are made available and supported by an extensive U.S. and international distribution network.
BitFlow’s products help solve image processing problems requiring the briefest possible delay between image capture and movement of image data into the main memory of a local-bus computer. Applications include motion sequence capture & analysis, inspection of small parts such as integrated circuits, web inspection , non-contact measurement, document inspection, real-time thermal imaging and microscopy.
For more information: www.bitflow.com
Established in 1987, EDT, Inc. designs and manufactures a broad range of high-speed serial and parallel I/O boards, including digital camera interfaces and long range extension systems for high speed CCD cameras.
Name your CCD camera inteface application, and EDT has the solution. Supported Camera interface specifications include AIA, LVDS, RS422, and Camera link. Broad OS and platform support, with device drivers for MS Windows, Linux, and Solaris, and bus/form factors for PCI, PMC, Compact PCI and SBus, mean you won't be limited to the lowest common denominator with EDT products.
Whether you work in astronomy, research, medicine, industry or defense, if superior and dependable performance is crucial, you'll find EDT's products unmatched in speed, simplicity and customer support.
For more information: www.edt.com
EPIX, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 1983. From its inception, the mission of the company has been to manufacture and provide cost-effective solutions to customers with demanding requirements for video acquisition, image processing, analysis, and display.
EPIX serves the needs of its customers with off-the-shelf hardware and software, as well as customized products and superior technical support. An engineering oriented company, over 75% of EPIX employees hold technical or engineering degrees.
EPIX products are well suited to applications that require a flexible, economical, vehicle for image acquisition, processing, analysis, and display. EPIX typically provides the essential, underlying, hardware and software while the end-user, or third party, develops the application software and other system components required to serve the ultimate end-user.
For more information: www.epixinc.com
Founded in 1989, Euresys is a privately held company. Continuously expanding, Euresys is now an important force in today's machine vision and image processing industry.
We design, manufacture and provide equipment used for image acquisition, storage, processing and display, as well as software dedicated to image processing and analysis. Our products combine hardware developments based on the latest microelectronics technology with high performance software.
A Team at your Service
The close relationship we keep with our customers, distributors and agents, enables us to develop a true partnership, encouraging a profitable exchange of ideas and know-how. Our competence at all stages, from the capture of images up to their analysis, guarantees you flawless camera, hardware and software interfacing compatibility. Due to our team’s outstanding receptiveness, we assure you advice, assistance and support at all times in the decision and utilization of the equipment best suited to your needs.
For more information: www.euresys.com
IMAGO Technologies GmbH
IMAGO Technologies GmbH is a manufacturer of the embedded computer families VisionBox and the intelligent cameras VisionCam. The computers and cameras are used by machine manufacturers for industrial image processing applications. In addition to the hardware we offer software and application development according to the requirements of our customers.
The IMAGO Technologies company mainly employs graduate engineers and, in addition to the computers, also develops optimally tailored semisystems for customers. Whether it’s cameras, machine interfaces, communication or the software, we deliver ready-to-use solutions.
VisionBox ® and VisionCam ® logos are registered trademarks of IMAGO Technologies GmbH. Strampe ® is a registered trademark of IMAGO Technologies GmbH.
For further information: www.imago-technologies.com
Established in 1976, Matrox Imaging is a leading designer and manufacturer of PC-based hardware and software recognized for providing OEMs and integrators in machine vision, image analysis, medical imaging and video surveillance with innovative yet cost-effective solutions.
Products include device-independent software development tools, frame grabbers, vision processors and imaging platforms. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Matrox is a privately held company with offices in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, and Hong Kong, and sales representative in more that 20 countries. Our proven track record assures customers that we will meet their needs for performance, value and service, now and in the future.
For more information: www.matrox.com/imaging/
Computer-based technologies and tools for industrial machine vision and scientific image processing are quickly being incorporated into a variety of applications. National Instruments new pattern matching software simplifies machine vision and delivers 10X performance gains. Organizations use computer-based vision and automation tools in a wide variety of industrial and scientific applications, including electronics, automotive, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and research applications. These systems perform process monitoring, information gathering, and feedback control on-the-fly to correct manufacturing problems. Laboratory automation and image processing applications use filtering and analysis techniques to perform cell and biomaterial counting and sizing. With computer-based vision systems, you can increase productivity, flexibility, consistency, reliability, lower production costs, and perform complex inspection tasks.
For more information: www.ni.com