Taking place on the 14th and 15th of October at the Ricoh Arena Coventry, Photonex is the UK’s largest showcase event dedicated to photonics and light technologies. Among the top industry names set to exhibit, Scorpion Vision will be showcasing products from brands such as The Imaging Source, PixeLINK, Smartek and Unibrain as well as Scorpion Vision’s own innovative technologies.
Scorpion Vision will be putting particular spotlight on autofocus machine vision cameras available from The Imaging Source and PixeLINK. The range of autofocus cameras from The Imaging Source on show use advanced electrically driven mechanical lenses, enabling the camera to be remotely controlled to zoom with a wide close to far focal distance. This innovative technology enables the cameras for use in a vast number of applications including security, traffic management and automation.
PixeLINK’s groundbreaking liquid lens cameras will also share the spotlight at Scorpion Visions’s stand. This series of cameras are the world’s first industrial cameras to include an electronic, focus-controllable liquid lens. Hugely popular in the medical, inspection and security markets around the globe, the cameras offer auto focus with no moving parts, plus low power consumption, high shock resistance, and fast autofocus change in milliseconds.
Director of Scorpion Vision, Paul Wilson, says: “We are excited to be exhibiting a fantastic array of products from top companies within the machine vision industry. The Imaging Source and PixeLINK cameras will certainly be highlights. The Imaging Source cameras are unmatched in terms of innovations and cost; I am unaware of any competing products which offer the same functionality at such a low price. Pixelink’s liquid lens cameras are truly revolutionary, offering an impressive variable region of interest capability and a phenomenal 1000 frames per second.”
Scorpion Vision will also be giving visitors the chance to see their own innovative 3D Stinger camera at work; with live demonstrations of the camera conducting real-time measurements of food products.
For more information on photonics and light technologies from Scorpion Vision go to www.scorpionvision.co.uk, and visit the company at Photonex 2015.