Basler 3D Cameras
Simplify your system with sensors for the third dimension
3D vision has been a fast-growing entry on the markets for industrial image processing, opening up an ever-growing range of possibilities. In the coming years, 3D will become increasingly significant especially due to the trend towards Industry 4.0 and the growth of automation. 3D image processing is used in particular whenever volumes, shapes or the 3D position of objects will be analyzed. Depth information can also be used to handle tasks in the examination of objects and defect images that do not have enough contrast for 2D but do show a recognizable difference in height.
However, existing industrial 3D solutions are often too complex and expensive for many "simple" 3D applications. Basler offers 3D technology suitable for the mass market: with the Basler blaze camera with integrated DepthSense™ technology from Sony, we help our customers lower their total system costs and design their 3D applications more efficiently.
High-resolution, precise and fast 3D camera
Sony DepthSense™ sensor technology
Easy integration and cost-efficient design, GigE
Basler ToF Camera
High-resolution 3D camera
Cost-efficient design, GigE
How Does a ToF Camera Work?
The measurement principle is based on the time the light needs to travel from the light source to the object and back to the camera; the further the distance, the longer the time taken. Both light source and image acquisition are synchronized in such a way that the distances can be extracted and calculated from the image data.
Fruit sorting with 3D vision
In this demo, the Basler blaze is used in combination with artificial intelligence for the recognition and classification of fruits
ToF technology for labeling robot
Vanomation uses the Basler blaze camera in a robotics application for automated labeling of packages.
Planning and optimizing space and costs in a warehouse or transport vehicle, requires knowing both the weight and size of the pallets and packages.
Next day delivery and mixed pallets require fast and intelligent palletizing robots to pack objects closely on one pallet. Machine vision guides these robots.
Autonomous vehicles & mobile robots
Navigation, obstacle detection and fine positioning during docking and recording require a complete view of the surroundings in high resolution.
Counting objects in a package and checking for completeness ensures that customers receive exactly the quantity of goods they expect.
The exact position of a patient during x-raying does not only influence the quality of the images. It also helps to minimize the necessary radiation dose.