Basler Presenting Camera Modules for Embedded Vision at embedded world 2017
This year marks Basler's inaugural appearance at the embedded world fair in Nuremberg, Germany, underscoring its focus on the embedded vision field.
Basler AG from Ahrensburg, Germany, a global leading manufacturer of industrial digital cameras, will be exhibiting at the embedded world fair in Nuremberg, Germany, from March 14 - 16. The focus of its presentation will be on its board level camera modules as well as development kits and software for the embedded vision field.
Working in cooperation with partners from the industry, including Xilinx, National Instruments, krtkl, Xylon, and Inforce, Basler will be running live demos of embedded vision solutions implemented as part of the Basler Partner Network.
"The combination of top quality and convincing price/performance ratio have earned our camera modules a market-leading position in the Machine Vision field. These cameras are extremely attractive in the embedded realm as well, with intelligent image processing and uniform interface standards that spell out major cost savings during development," says Gerrit Fischer, Head of Product Market Management at Basler. "Together with our partner companies, we'll be demonstrating at our booth just how flexible and powerful embedded vision systems featuring high-quality cameras can be, and will be highlighting tools that make life easier for system developers designing these solutions."
These tools include Basler's evaluation and development kits as well as the pylon Camera Software Suite. Basler will also be on hand in the fair's exhibitors’ forum, presenting on the topic of "Camera Modules for Embedded Vision" and on camera integration.
Learn more about Basler's products for embedded vision applications at www.baslerweb.com/embedded.
Basler at embedded world: Hall 2, Booth 2-528
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