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Automatica 2014: The goal is to produce more economically

15 mai 2014

The sixth Automatica takes place from June 3 to 6, 2014 in Munich, Germany. At the international trade fair for automation and mechatronics STEMMER IMAGING will show the latest imaging and machine vision technologies.

Make better products, faster and more cost-efficiently thanks to automated processes – presenting technologies which meet these demands is the main goal of Automatica which takes place every two years in Munich. Since the launch of Automatica in 2004 STEMMER IMAGING has been one of the largest exhibitors in the field of machine vision which is the trade fair’s third key theme alongside robotics and assembly and handling technology.

Visit us in hall B4 at stand 502! We will present an interesting demo system showing the strengths and differences of various linear technologies by means of divers line scan cameras, a Mitsubishi Electric Contact Image Sensor and a 3D imaging system. A trevista system for surface inspection will show you the benefits offered by the shape-from-shading technology. Learn how fast and precisely image processing can be used for control processes with our so- called “ball-on-plate demo”: a machine vision system controls a flat movable plate in a way that a ping-pong ball exactly follows the course of projected tracks. In addition, our experts would love to show you the latest tools and functions of the Common Vision Blox machine vision software and provide you with individual advice on your current imaging task.

We invite you to visit Automatica 2014 free of charge and we are looking forward to meeting you at our stand. Please feel free to request your personal entry voucher by sending an e-mail to: sales@stemmer-imaging.de or give us a call: +49 89 809020!

STEMMER IMAGING

Puchheim, Germany

STEMMER IMAGING est une société active dans le domaine de la vision industrielle depuis 1987. Offrant une très large palette de produits et de services, l'entreprise est aujourd'hui le plus grand fournisseur de technologie de vision en Europe. En 1997, STEMMER IMAGING a présenté Common Vision Blox (CVB), une bibliothèque de programmation puissante pour le développement et la mise en œuvre de solutions de vision rapides et fiables, utilisée avec succès dans plus de 40.000 applications de part le monde.