At the International Technical Exhibition (ITE) in Yokohama, Japan from the 2nd to the 4th of December, we will demonstrate additions to our latest CMOS-based camera series including the new Adimec SAPPHIRE S-25A70, the fastest 25 Megapixel camera running up to 73 fps over CoaXPress.
International Vision Standards Meeting in Chicago, IVSM 2015, for updates on CoaXPress, GigE Vision, USB 3.0 and more
Over 60 imaging and machine vision professionals from 36 leading machine vision companies worldwide met under the support of the global Machine Vision associations AIA, EMVA, JIIA, VDMA and CMVU (jointly referred to as G3) in the middle of October in Chicago for this years fall International Vision Standards Meeting (IVSM). The meeting was hosted…
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) is a private, non-profit, professional educational organization dedicated to maintaining a strong national security with a special emphasis on land power and the United States Army. Held every October, the AUSA Annual Meeting is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America. This…
Adimec shares first results from CISTERN project with development of low light CMOS camera prototypes for high-end video surveillance and security applications
Beginning in April 2015 (with expected completion in 2018), Adimec has participated as a key partner in the CISTERN project for advancing CMOS image sensor technology. We are now sharing our first results including a low light CMOS cameras for security applications.
Until recently CoaXPress was considered just a nice possibility by system designers and integrators. It seemed to offer advantages in speed with long, flexible, inexpensive cables, but many systems were not ready for the change since a brand new standard is intimidating. CoaXPress has matured rapidly with many new frame grabbers and cameras on the…
With interface standards, the supported connectors are included. It might seem that this would not be complex and the possibilities would be limited. But if it not controlled there can easily be over 100 different types of connectors making designing, purchasing, and upgrading confusing and risky.
And another year is coming to a close. There have been a lot of exciting changes in CMOS image sensors and cameras this year. We have been sharing lots of updates, images, and data. Here are some of the most popular posts:
We have talked a lot about improvements in CMOS image sensors in low light imaging capabilities which are particularly helpful in outdoor applications such as long-range observation, surveillance, and global security. The image sensor parameters relevant to low light are QE (Quantum efficiency), read noise, dark current, uniformity, and MTF (in NIR).
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Adimec in volume production of the SAPPHIRE S-25A70/CXP, 25 Megapixel at 73 fps ON Semiconductor Vita 25k image sensor based machine vision metrology camera
Adimec receives multiple design-in from medical and machine vision customers for future inspection systems