In 2000, the Camera Link standard was adopted as one of the first machine vision standards. Now more than 17 years old, it has seen some changes and several other standards have emerged and been adopted by the industry.
High bandwidth is essential when transmitting big data volumes in image processing systems. However, available interface technologies like GigE or CoaXPress are the bottleneck when talking about bandwidth. By pre-processing the image in the camera and applying data compression technologies this bottleneck can be mitigated.
When designing an imaging system, one of the most important factors to consider is the camera interface. Besides important parameters like resolution, frame rate, sensitivity and read-out technology, the video and control interface is one of the most critical components
Advances in camera, sensor, and video interface technologies have helped power the continuing development of machine vision solutions for manufacturing and quality inspection that far surpass the abilities of any human.
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Cameras are everywhere. The need for increased automation, higher quality manufacturing, and smarter machines has fueled the growth of vision being embedded into machines, robots and other systems that can use visual data to gain a more complete understanding of the environment around them.