Allied Vision 1 Product Line awarded by French Metrology Magazine

The French magazine "mesures" awards Allied Vision the "Palmarès technologique" for industrial vision 2017.

(l.: Pascal Coutance, mesures; r.: Philippe Berger, Stemmer Imaging S.A.S.)

Palmarès technologique "Vision industrielle"

Allied Vision’s new camera platform and its ALVIUM® Technology were awarded by the French metrology magazine "mesures". The 1 Product Line won the award in the category industrial vision (Vision industrielle). Representing Allied Vision, Philippe Berger of Stemmer Imaging S.A.S., Allied Vision’s distribution partner in France, accepted the award on October 18, 2017, from Pascal Coutance, editor-in-chief of the magazine "mesures".

At the 22nd "Palmarès technologique" the editorial staff of the professional magazine for the optimization of industrial processes honored innovative products. Within 10 defined categories, only one product was awarded as the best for each category.

Innovative approach
The experts of the NewsCo publishing company confirm the innovative approach of Allied Vision’s 1 Product Line building the bridge between embedded and the PC-based vision systems by awarding it. Designed for embedded vision applications, but also fulfilling the high standards of industrial and scientific image processing also referred to as "machine vision", the platform combines the performance of a machine vision camera and the advantages of an embedded camera.

The unique ALVIUM® technology is the core of the Allied Vision 1 Product Line. It is a proprietary chip design optimized for advanced digital imaging combined with a comprehensive image processing library (IPL) derived from over 25 years of expertise in machine vision.

Awarding ceremony
This year the annual award of the "Palmarès technologique" was held on the premises of the industrial association Fieec (Fédération des industries électriques, électroniques et de communication) and Gimelec (Groupement des industries de l’équipement électrique, du contrôle-commande et des services associés). Pascal Coutance, editor-in-chief, and Cédric Lardière, vice editor-in-chief of the magazine "mesures", hosted the event with approximately one hundred participants.