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The following was published in a special reports edition on High Performance Camera Solutions for Military Applications of Defence Industry Reports:
Adimec demonstrated several new CoaXPress cameras as well as a hyperspectral imaging camera at Vision 2014. Check out our short video with demonstrations of our new cameras as well as those from our innovation corner and around the show.
Joost van Kuijk, Adimec's VP of Marketing and Technology was interviewed at Vision 2014 about CoaXPress and CoaXPress cameras:
The new members of Adimec's QUARTZ (Q-12A180) and TMX-DHD (TMX7-DHD) camera series have been certified as fully compliant with the CoaXPress interface standard version 1.1 AND are compatible with version 1.0. The cameras passed a comprehensive electrical compliancy test on October 1st and then the CoaXPress Plugfest on October 8th. While the cameras implement the second generation CoaXPress V1.1 25Gb/s CoaXPress Quad interface, they are also fully backward compatible to existing V1.0 frame grabbers. There are many new CoaXPress compliant products, and they are listed on the Japanese Industrial Imaging Association (JIIA) web site.
At the Vision 2014 event in Stuttgart, Germany November 4th to 6th we will announce and demonstrate several new CoaXPress cameras including a new Quad CoaXPress high-speed area scan camera, the Q-12A180.
Today we introduce the highest image quality QUAD CoaXPress camera - the new QUARTZ Q-12A180/CXP combining 12 MPx imaging and 187 fps performance with benefits of CoaXPress interface.
The state-of-the-art high-resolution global shutter CMOS image sensors (and subsequent metrology cameras) enable performance leaps for many measurement methods relied on in semiconductor and electronics process control systems. BUT, the extreme data rates present major challenges for OEMs in their new innovative systems. For camera builders these data rates are just as challenging in terms of camera component selection, small physical outline design, increased power dissipation, heat management within the camera and more.
Check out our short video for more information on the new Q-12A180!
The ICAF project which covered 3D single lens image capture, video over Ethernet, multi-view systems, high-speed cameras for 3D and HDTV recently announced results on their website.
The increasing trend from 2D measurements to 3D in semiconductor and electronics metrology and inspection systems results in more stringent requirements for the OEM camera.
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