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The launch of the SONY PREGIUS™ series in late 2013 marked a milestone in the history of image sensors.
The relevant information in many vision applications is encoded into the color of the scenery. This information in normal color cameras is extracted based on the three standard color channels; red, green and blue (RGB), respectively. This color reproduction technique is an approximation and it is often insufficient to reliably solve a given machine vision problem. Hyperspectral imaging overcomes this limitation by providing a greater number of spectral bands, while maintaining an adequate spatial resolution.
This article will go through the evolution of this technology and explain some of the benefits of it. It will help your decision on how to transition your current CCD design to use a Sony Exmor CMOS sensor.
4K seems like the new entertainment technology hype on internet, TV and any local electronics store. There is enough information that explains the benefits 4K for consumers, but it is really understood and can anyone fully appreciate it?

RGB+IR Technology

Technique and Benefits of RGB-IR sensors. Sensors are increasingly using RGB+IR technology. What does this mean for you and when is it best used? Let’s examine.
When it comes to choosing the right lens, the sensor is the first and most important criteria that needs to be considered. There are two main sensor attributes that will have an impact on the functional interaction of sensor and lens.
The volume of B2C and B2B goods has been growing for years, pushing the limits of equipment and traditional technologies in all industries. Above all, the sorting of diverse objects squanders manual resources; is time-consuming; is prone to error; and, is very costly. Image processing, coupled with artificial intelligence, helps to automate complex sorting processes directly on the conveyor belt.
Have you ever struggled with camera settings to get the best image? Balancing exposure time with the light available and still getting crystal clear images of fast moving objects can be challenging. Experiencing errors in your measurement precision due to subtle fluctuations in your illumination is very frustrating. If you understand this pain, then you need to take control of your LEDs.
FRAMOS: From CCD to CMOS Sensors ► CMOS Technology reaches new Heights ✓ Read our latest Article ✓
In intralogistics, e-commerce and returns management, automating standard sorting tasks and checking the machine capability of items are important criteria for improving system availability. Increasing the speed of the system, and therefore achieving a higher throughput, makes systems more efficient and cost-effective – an urgently needed advantage in an extremely competitive market. FRAMOS Imaging Systems offers a range of plug-and-play imaging sensor solutions and adaptable identification technologies for automating logistics functions. Marketed under the name of "Sorting Intelligence", they can be seamlessly integrated into both new and existing systems.In intralogistics, e-commerce and returns management, automating standard sorting tasks and checking the machine capability of items are important criteria for improving system availability. Increasing the speed of the system, and therefore achieving a higher throughput, makes systems more efficient and cost-effective – an urgently needed advantage in an extremely competitive market. FRAMOS Imaging Systems offers a range of plug-and-play imaging sensor solutions and adaptable identification technologies for automating logistics functions. Marketed under the name of "Sorting Intelligence", they can be seamlessly integrated into both new and existing systems.
This application note explains how to synchronize multiple SMARTEK Vision® GigE Vision cameras by a hardware trigger and display individual image streams using the viewer application. The image acquisition can be driven by a rising or a falling edge, the voltage for high (logical 1) has to be between 2.2 and 24 VDC.
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