AUTOMATICA 2014 – FRAMOS will present its latest image processing products and innovative system solutions at Automatica, the International Trade Fair for Automation and Mechatronics that runs from 3 to 6 June in Munich.
The new FRAMOS volume light grid (VLG), a frame for the three-dimensional measurement and detection of objects, will be the highlight of the FRAMOS exhibition stand at Automatica. This new logistics system is an exceptionally cost-efficient solution for the robust geometrical measurement of objects on conveyor belts (e.g. items of luggage, cardboard boxes, packages etc.) of almost any shape and surface type. The VLG is ideal for warehousing, assembly and packaging, stock organisation and even for calculating the number of packages that will fit in a delivery van, not to mention for the automated loading of planes at the airport. With the VLG you can improve safety, stowage space efficiency, throughput times and increase the level of automation.
FRAMOS will also be exhibiting its extensive portfolio of image processing components, including: cameras for a wide variety of industrial applications, lenses, cables, lighting, and a great deal more.
This year’s special highlights include the new GigE camera GCP193 from SMARTEK Vision which, as one of the world’s first industrial cameras with the Sony IMX174 Global Shutter CMOS sensor, sets a new benchmark for sensitivity, low noise and provides smear-free images when imaging fast moving objects. The entire SMARTEK Vision Giganetix series will be on display, This camera series can be integrated into almost any industrial application, and boasts 3 sturdy housing designs, sensors from Sony, Aptina and Truesense, and total of 22 different versions.
Datalogic vision processors represent another pinnacle of technological achievement in the FRAMOS Automatica portfolio. The Datalogic vision processors enable complex image processing systems with multiple connected cameras to be developed with great ease, requiring no knowledge of programming languages, and offering a multitude of algorithms and parameters. These processors provide a low-cost, fast way of getting your ideas of an industrial application off the drawing board and onto the shop floor.
If you would like to find out how image processing can help your company to increase process automation and control, improve quality assurance, make research more effective, making more efficient use of your available time and budget, please visit FRAMOS in Hall B4, Stand 363.