Actualité du secteur du traitement de l'image

Vous trouverez ici les nouveautés du portefeuille de produits FRAMOS, l'actualité du traitement de l'image et des exemples intéressants d'application des solutions système et innovations produit.

Euresys, Framos' Partner for Frame Grabbers, Announces the Compatibility of its Coaxlink Frame Grabbers with AMD's DirectGMA Technology

In recent years, powerful smartphones and tablets have become increasingly widespread. Most people have become used to impressive interfaces with animations and graphic effects, playing full HD videos with no slowdowns and recording high-resolution videos that can be compressed with very little loss of detail. All of these tasks can be performed by small and relatively cheap devices as a result of the introduction of more and more powerful GPUs (graphics processing units) which have been...

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Eyes on the Future: FRAMOS will be showcasing its innovative automation technologies at AUTOMATICA

Imaging is one of the key technologies for automation and is a driver for the introduction of smart factories.  Automatica 2016, the trade fair for automation and mechatronics, held in Munich from 21 to 24 June, will present new and ongoing developments in the industrial imaging sector for service robotics and human-machine collaboration. Imaging specialist FRAMOS will be exhibiting its range of innovative automation technologies from sensors to complete systems on booth B5/303. Professionals...

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Andon Sockets Available for New Sony Pregius 5 & 3.2 MP CMOS Sensors with 3.45 µm Pixels for Industrial Applications

Industrial applications require precise image acquisition for fast-moving objects. To address this challenge, Sony has developed the next generation of CMOS image sensors with a global shutter function, available globally from their long-term distribution partner FRAMOS. At just 3.45 µm, the new IMX250/IMX252 family of devices provides the smallest pixels in the industry for this spectrum. As a result, they offer greater sensitivity, less noise, improved image quality, higher resolutions and...

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Top image quality under intense vibration: Exploiting the benefits of CMOS with Kowa's robust HC-V lenses

Munich, April 2016 – Image processing systems in production systems, quality inspection, logistics and robotics are often subject to intense direct or indirect vibration and rapid movements. With the new vibration-resistant HC-V lens series from Kowa, systems engineers can achieve a high image quality without pixel shift, even if the lenses tilt, rotate or are exposed to extreme vibration. As they are optimised for 1" sensors with up to 4 MP, the HC-V lenses allow the benefits of modern CMOS...

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Call for Entries: Creative Photography for the FRAMOS Young Art Collection

Art is about using our eyes interpreting images. FRAMOS is a company that specializes in imaging technology and has been building up its "Young Art Collection" since 2011, selecting photographs and works that form a bridge between technology and art. FRAMOS operates as an imaging technology partner all around the world. Every year it supports an artist through its "Young Art Collection". This scheme perfectly complements the design and architecture of the company's headquarters in Munich. Art...

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Four Key Points about 4K – Introducing Sony’s Compact Block Camera for Professional Imaging Applications

It seems as if 4K has become the latest entertainment technology hype on the internet, on TV and in your local electronics store. There is plenty of information available which explains the benefits of 4K for consumers, but is it really being understood and can anyone fully appreciate it? This is particularly true in the B2B-driven imaging and machine vision environment and in the context of commercial applications and surveillance. How does having greater resolution affect the quality of a...

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FRAMOS presents the latest CMOS Global Shutter Sensors at The Vision Show in Boston

Leading global imaging provider FRAMOS will be presenting the full line of new CMOS sensors from SONY at North America’s largest vision and imaging trade show, the Vision Show in Boston, Massachusetts, May 3-5, 2016. Gold Sponsor FRAMOS will educate current and potential users about the latest advances in machine vision and provide practical solutions to industry-specific challenges at Booth 1008.  Based on the long-term partnership with sensor manufacturer Sony, FRAMOS will showcase the latest...

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VIDEOLOGY provides one of the most diverse USB 3.0 camera lines for industrial and medical inspection

Finding a reliable and compact USB camera that keeps applications on budget without compromising performance, speed or resolution can be a tough challenge for many companies using imaging technologies. In addition, the engineers and systems integrators must decide if it is time to move up from slower USB 2.0 platforms or transition from expensive GigE platforms and to switch to a USB 3.0 Vision camera. VIDEOLOGY’s USB 3.0 cameras, distributed by global imaging expert FRAMOS, are a relevant...

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AR0135 – the new automotive-grade ON Semiconductor global shutter sensor

This 1/3-inch format, 1.2-MP imaging device has been designed to address the challenging requirements of automotive in-cabin cameras. Distributed from global imaging expert FRAMOS, the new global shutter sensor allows the camera to ‘freeze’ fast moving scene data, and ensures effective synchronisation with pulsed light sources. The AR0135 sensor incorporates a new innovative global shutter pixel design, with 10X lower dark current and 4X higher global shutter efficiency vs. previous-generation...

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Sony Pregius IMX264 and IMX265 – the simpler versions of IMX250 and IMX252

Continuing the trend started with IMX174 and IMX249, Sony releases the first variants of the 2nd-generation Pregius IMX250 and IMX252 – the IMX264 and IMX265 – with functionality targeted but not limited to the intelligent traffic surveillance market. The two sensors have the same resolution as their predecessors – 3.2 and 5MP – but the major difference lies in the reduced frame rate. The IMX264 can deliver only 35.7fps instead of 89.5fps (@12bpp), while the IMX265 delivers 55.6fps instead of...

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