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Hot or Cold – Reliable Images Despite Variable Temperatures

How can cameras reliably provide images even with variable ambient temperatures? These questions and more will be answered in our White Paper! more


Basler ToF Camera Helps Robots Flexibly Process Wooden Parts

Basler’s customer VTT has developed a reconfigurable robot sensor system that recognizes and locates wooden parts. This system uses the 3D technology of the Basler Time-of-Flight Camera. Our Success Story explains precisely how this works. more


Save the Date: Basler at embedded world 2018

We will appear at the embedded world tradeshow in Nuremberg again this year. You can look forward to our new products for the embedded vision field and a fascinating live application with great prizes. more


See You at SPIE Photonics West 2018

Basler will be exhibiting at SPIE Photonics West 2018 in San Francisco, California, January 30-February 1. We will showcase the latest ace models with the back-illuminated Sony STARVIS and high-resolution Sony Pregius sensors and explain why the technology behind them is so breathtaking. A live demo with the dart BCON for LVDS and a development kit for embedded vision from our partner Critical Link will also be on display. more


Hefel Technik Uses Basler ace with PYTHON Sensor for Process Tracking

With the help of Basler’s sales partner RAUSCHER GmbH, Hefel Technik – an Austrian specialist in automation technology in the areas of pneumatics, drive technology and image processing – has integrated Basler ace cameras with PYTHON sensors in devices for high-speed process tracking and optical quality control. more


Are All IMXs Equal? New White Paper about a Comparison of CMOS Image Sensors from Sony

Which sensor is the right one for my application? Our White Paper describes the differences and commonalities of important large CMOS image sensor series from Sony and helps you select the right sensor. more


Basler Introduced the Cell Biologists to CMOS Cameras

In December, the Basler team exhibited at the conference of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). The show was a unique opportunity to educate the cell and molecular biologists on the newest advancement of the CMOS technology and to introduce them to high-performance cameras for microscopy and lab automation. more


iVeia Develops Smart Camera integrating Basler’s dart BCON for LVDS Camera Module

iVeia, a company from our Partner Network, developed a user-programmable smart camera integrating Basler’s dart BCON for LVDS camera module. more


“Autofocus” Survey: Tell Us What You Think!

Is autofocus technology relevant to your application? We’d like to get a better understanding of your needs regarding autofocus technology and we have prepared a brief survey on this topic. With your feedback, we can work together on developing future autofocus solutions. more


Which Interface Is Suitable for My Embedded Vision Application?

Which interface should I use to connect camera module and processing board in my embedded vision application? The MIPI CSI-2 interface was designed especially for embedded vision, meaning it is often the interface of choice. Our Vision Campus video explains why. more


Detecting Sources of Infection Faster and More Precisely – with Basler dart USB 3.0 Cameras

Basler’s customer BioVendor Instruments has developed a robot that makes the automation, tracking and recording of the preparation process much easier – the MALDI COLONYST. How exactly? Find out in our Success Story. Read it now! more


See you at the 2017 ASCB | EMBO Meeting in Philadelphia

The Basler team is at the conference of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). The exhibition takes place December 3-5, 2017 in Philadelphia. We introduce the cell biology, lab automation and microscopy professionals to high-performance cameras with modern CMOS sensors which will soon replace CCD sensors in this industry. more


New Power-I/O Cable for Basler ace GigE Cameras

Our Basler Original Equipment series has been expanded. A 5 m version of the Power I/O cable with a 6-pin Hirose connector is now available. more


Embedded Development Simplified – With the Basler Embedded Vision Kits

Are you facing the challenge of developing an embedded vision system? Our Marketing Note will tell you what you should consider when developing your embedded vision system and how you can benefit from the Basler Embedded Vision Kits. more


New High-Resolution Addition to Our Microscopy Camera Portfolio

We enhanced our microscopy portfolio by adding a high-resolution camera model: the new Microscopy ace 12.2 MP offers the latest rolling shutter CMOS sensor technology from Sony and up to 15 frames per second, thus delivering more detailed images and allowing time-savings in screening samples. more

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