Allied Vision, one of the leading camera manufacturers for industrial applications, is attending the new Autonomous Industrial Vehicle Technology Symposium, which takes place in Cologne, Germany, from November 14th to 15th, 2017. It is the world’s first conference and exhibition exclusively dedicated to the design and development of highly automated and unmanned construction, mining, agricultural, industrial, and off-highway vehicles. As one of the sponsors of this event Allied Vision showcases its broad camera portfolio for industrial applications, including the short-wave infrared Goldeye camera, especially designed for challenging applications "beyond the visible".
Goldeye – Excellence in Infrared
Allied Vision's Goldeye cameras are equipped with InGaAs sensor technology making them sensitive in the short-wave infrared spectrum ranging from 900 nm to 1,700 nm. All Goldeye cameras have active thermoelectric cooling (TEC) to reduce noise and enable extended exposure times as well as constant image quality. Goldeye cameras can be operated at very high frame rates and capture outstanding low-noise images. They are the perfect choice for industrial applications beyond the visible spectrum.
Autonomous Industrial Vehicle Technology Symposium
The symposium will bring together R&D engineers, robotics experts, OEMs, autonomous vehicle systems hardware and software engineers, test and development experts, and heads of design and engineering from around the world to discuss, debate and analyze the growing possibilities and future developments for autonomous vehicle technology, unmanned systems, and robotics for commercial and off-highway application.
Visitors can meet Allied Vision's experts during the networking sessions at the booth, display area, Level 4, Congress Center East, Messe Köln.
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