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IDS Imaging Development Systems at Automate 2023, Booth 6830

IDS presents how to leverage AI Vision with its user-friendly all-in-one system.

uEye XC from IDS closes the market gap between industrial camera and webcam. Image Credit: IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH

Whether sorting, inspecting, supplying or documenting goods, many steps in the production process can be optimized with machine vision and artificial intelligence. However, many companies still lack the know-how and time to familiarize themselves with the field of AI and use the technology for their needs. The AI Vision System IDS NXT is designed to help with this, as it can be quickly and easily deployed by any user group, even without having extensive knowledge of machine learning, image processing, or application programming. It consists of industrial cameras capable of performing AI-based image processing tasks on the device and easy-to-use software.

Thanks to the recently introduced software update 3.1, IDS NXT cameras became also able to detect anomalies – even if deviations are not previously known or hardly predictable. It is possible to use only "GOOD" images for the training of the neural network that later runs directly on the camera. In addition, only a small amount of training data is required compared to the other AI methods Object Detection and Classification. This makes it particularly easy and convenient to evaluate the potential of AI-based image processing. The combination of ease of use and powerful vision system helps companies to implement the possibilities of new vision technology and keep their competitive edge.

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Additional products relevant for Automate:

uEye XC- Industrial-Grade Webcam

Programmable or plug & play? With the uEye XC autofocus camera, the choice is yours. IDS now offers the compact camera with UVC protocol in addition to models with USB3 Vision. Like a webcam, it delivers perfectly sharp images and videos – even with changing object distances and difficult lighting conditions.

uEye Warp10-Ultra-fast 10GigE Cameras

Capturing fast-moving scenes in all details requires not only the right sensor, but also a high-performance interface. For this, IDS now offers uEye Warp10, a 10GigE industrial camera family. They are about twice as fast as cameras with USB3 interface. The company has recently introduced new models with Sony 4th generation sensors, and will soon add several high-resolution onsemi XGS sensors as well as models with TFL mount.

Ensenso C-Powerful 3D Camera

This brand-new model in the Ensenso 3D camera product line is the first to deliver both 3D data and 2D color information from one device. This allows for even more robust automation tasks.


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