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Allied Vision presented its latest vision systems at Nepcon Thailand 2017

Allied Vision 1 Product Line – open housing version
Photo by Allied Vision Technologies GmbH

Allied Vision exhibited on its second consecutive year at Nepcon Thailand 2017 at Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC).

Visitors discovered the all new Allied Vision 1 product line that combines the performance of a machine vision camera and the size, power consumption and price of an embedded camera.

Allied Vision 1 product line is a complete range of digital cameras designed for embedded vision applications while fulfilling the high standards of industrial and scientific image processing, also referred to as “machine vision”.

With the rise of embedded systems as alternative of PC-based machine vision, Allied Vision has completely reinvented camera architecture to create a technical platform that provides the best of both worlds:

  • Broad sensor variety
  • Advanced image pre-processing
  • Compact form factor
  • Low power consumption
  • Industrial standards
  • Excellent price/performance ratio

Revolutionary ALVIUM® Technology

Allied Vision’s very own “system on chip” and the core of Allied Vision 1 product line combines a proprietary processor and a comprehensive image processing library perfectly tuned to each other. This groundbreaking innovation makes it possible to pack sophisticated image pre-processing features into a miniaturized, low-power and low-cost processor.

Two camera families with MIPI CSI-2 and USB3 Vision

The first cameras building on the new platform are the Allied Vision 130 and 140 series. Both series are available with MIPI CSI-2 and USB3 Vision interface and a large choice of sensors. They are both powered by the ALVIUM® technology.

Live demo with Allied Vision 1 product line

Allied Vision booth showcased a series of demos featuring Allied Vision 1 product line. The demos consist of a program on Video4Linux2 (V4L2), OpenCV running on Nitrogen_6Max. Set at 15 fps, Allied Vision 130 C used real time algorithm to detect faces from live image. Allied Vision 130 C was also featured in object detection demo which allow object tracking by color recognition.

Dimension measurement demo

Using Mako G-125B and Mako-131B to measure box X-Y dimension, this demo showcased how vision systems can be implemented in product measurement application. Mako, ultra compact affordable camera, offers simple plug and play integration into standard image processing systems.

Beyond these demos, Allied Vision showcased its wide range of machine vision cameras for industrial inspection. Visitors could take the opportunity to discover the latest products and discuss their own inspection tasks with experts from Allied Vision and its Thai partner, Dynatech Instrument.

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