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Vision Components adapts the widest range of machine vision image sensors on MIPI camera modules and is the first manufacturer to also integrate non-native MIPI sensors such as Sony Pregius IMX250 and IMX252.
Vision Components welcomes Wilco Imaging Inc. as its new distribution partner in the U.S. Based in El Dorado Hills near Sacramento (CA), Wilco Imaging is an expert in machine vision and embedded vision systems of long standing, serving customers across North America.
At the iREX2019, one of the largest international robotics shows, held in Tokyo this December, Vision Components presents camera boards and embedded vision systems for robotic vision applications such as robot guidance, bin picking, code reading, etc.
At the ITE2019 show in Yokohama, Japan, Vision Components presents its extended range of high-end camera modules with a MIPI CSI-2 interface and quad-core CPU.
This December, Vision Components exhibits at the BIOMEDevice show for the first time. The German embedded vision experts present recent additions to their lineup for vision OEMs: MIPI camera boards and quad-core embedded cameras.
At the 2019 Embedded VISION Europe in Stuttgart, Germany, Vision Components premiered the first prototype of its latest generation of embedded vision systems offering a substantial performance boost.
Vision Components supplies its MIPI camera modules with a shielded FPC (flexible printed circuit) cable, which is primarily designed for the MIPI modules and enables outstanding data transfer rates.
Vision Components will exhibit and give a talk at Embedded VISION Europe in Stuttgart, Germany. Company founder and CEO Michael Engel will speak about MIPI cameras as the new standard for embedded vision.
Swedish startup Retenua has developed the first fully integrated advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) for detecting people around industrial vehicles and forklifts, basing it on a Vision Components embedded camera.
The German embedded vision expert Vision Components and its Austrian partner SL Solutions have founded Carrida Technologies GmbH to further develop vehicle and number plate recognition.