Machine vision is a dynamic field: STEMMER IMAGING and our suppliers are the world´s leading manufacturers for machine vision components and solutions, introducing many brand new developments several times a year.
STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe’s leading machine vision technology providers, was successfully launched on the stock market today. In the course of this morning the share price rose to more than 36.00 Euro. This is an increase of more than 7 percent compared to the issue price of 34.00 Euro.
High requirements for speed and accuracy make machine vision an ideal solution for quality control in the print and paper industries. The German company Roptec proves that this technology goes far beyond the mere production process. Their machine vision system is used for optical quality control in the handling of paper rolls.
STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe’s leading machine vision technology providers, has set the issue price for its shares at EUR 34.00 per share. The price was therefore at the midpoint of the price range between EUR 32.00 and EUR 36.00 per share. At the placement price, the IPO of STEMMER IMAGING AG was significantly oversubscribed.
Puchheim, Germany, February 22, 2018 | 19:20- STEMMER IMAGING AG, one of Europe’s leading machine vision technology providers, has set the issue price for its shares at EUR 34.00 per share. The price was therefore at the midpoint of the price range between EUR 32.00 and EUR 36.00 per share. At the placement price, the IPO of STEMMER IMAGING AG was significantly oversubscribed.
The new 86 Mpixel Falcon4™ colour or monochrome cameras from Teledyne DALSA provide exceptional resolution at high frame rates of 16 fps. The CMOS sensor has more pixels (10720 × 8064) than 40 HD screens, allowing inspection of extremely large areas without image stitching or revealing even finer detail in traditional industrial vision applications.
What makes a machine vision system robust? Robustness in this context is more than just reliability. It is a reliability that is maintained within the natural variations of the environment in which the system is being used.
CCS has introduced the TH2-CR series of flat light units with a camera window which provide light from the same axis as the camera. The wide emitting surface combines wide-field imaging with highly uniform illumination, making these new lights an attractive alternative to coaxial and dome lights.
The microEnable 5 family of frame grabbers from Silicon Software offers machine vision users scalable, intelligent high performance data transfer and processing capabilities. CameraLink, CameraLink HS and CoaXPress versions are available as classical image acquisition or programmable frame grabbers with multi-camera support. This simplifies image acquisition and data processing infrastructure and reduces costs.