Allied Vision attends First Annual AIA Canadian Machine Vision Conference

Allied Vision exhibited at the AIA Canadian Machine Vision Conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 7, 2015. The Goldeye infrared camera family was showcased.

Allied Vision exhibited at the AIA’s first annual Canadian Machine Vision Conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada at the National Research Council of Canada on October 7, 2015.  The Canadian Machine Vision Conference provided attendees with technology information and exposure to companies in the machine vision industry.   Attendees were also able to learn about and explore solutions for their potential applications.  Allied Vision highlighted its Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) portfolio showing Mako, Manta, Prosilica GT and Goldeye camera families.

Goldeye G-008: Affordable SWIR Imaging

Highlight was the new Goldeye G-008 SWIR short-wave infrared camera.  Equipped with a QVGA InGaAs sensor delivering a resolution of 320 x 256, the Goldeye G-008 SWIR offers imaging from 900 to 1,700 nm with an excellent price to performance ratio.  This makes it suitable for a variety of applications such as hyperspectral imaging (plastics sorting), high-temperature thermography (steel and glass), or laser beam profiling.

R&D and Production in Canada

“We are delighted to be part of this event”, said Michael Troiano, Allied Vision’s Sales Director. “Allied Vision is proudly Canadian, with a R&D and manufacturing site located in Burnaby, B.C.  Also being an AIA member, we are glad to contribute to the promotion of machine vision technology in Canada.”