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Thermo Fisher Scientific: Vision software enhances food inspection x-ray platform

With the addition of customizable product verification vision software, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s NextGuard X-ray platform helps food producers meet an even broader range of food safety and quality requirements including missing pieces or components, and under/over fills – in addition to inspecting for contaminants.
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EVT Eye Vision Technology: Vision sensors

The EyeSens BI offers a wide range of inspection options for beverage bottles.
FIGURE 1: Experimental set-up: Monitoring set-up in the lab showing three VisiSens detection units (cameras on the right corner) connected to a PC and software screen (a); test vial containing alginate beads in direct contact with the detector unit for CO2 monitoring (b); monitoring set-up allows detection of three parameters pH, O2 and CO2 (c).
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Immobilized plant cells: from DSMZ to the customer

VisiSens technology is used to detect metabolic activities of immobilized plant cells during simulated cell transport in a closed system.
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Filtec: PET bottle vision inspection system

See it at PACK EXPO Booth #S-2176! Filtec’s PETtec Vision System is an integrated full-inspection solution for PET bottles that uses up to three cameras for 360 degree imaging at up to 1,000 containers/min.
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Microscan: Machine vision smart camera

Microscan announces the availability of the Vision MINI Xi industrial compact smart camera with embedded Ethernet.
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JLS: Automatic leak detection system

See it at PACK EXPO, Booth #N-4912! Suitable for packages that contain a brine or juice such as hot dogs, sliced luncheon meats, and sausages, JLS Automation’s PIVT (Package Integrity Validation Technologies) system utilizes vacuum, vision, and other sensor technologies to detect seal contamination, leaks and pinholes that lead to the loss of package integrity, at line speeds of up to 160 packages/min.
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Smart Vision Lights: High-speed strobe lights for machine vision applications

Smart Vision Lights’ XR256 Series High-Speed Strobe Lights are designed for industrial and machine vision applications requiring high-speed, high-power, pulse-initiated, or pulse-following strobe lights.
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Clifton Packaging: Print inspection system

The PrintVision/Argus inspection solution on Clifton Packaging Group’s EVO XG8 HD Printing Press (from Flexotecnica) features a high-performance, flexible design on any web substrate, and employs a unique combination of line scan vision technologies to provide inline process control and quality assurance.
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EVT: Smart camera for high-speed machine vision

The RazerCam by EVT is a fast smart camera with free programmable FPGA, which allows data to be preprocessed in real time.
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Mettler-Toledo: Vision inspection system

CI-Vision’s most affordable, most adaptable vision inspection system to date, the versatile V6300 from Mettler-Toledo can simultaneously perform multiple inspections of a target package including ID/OD, ovality, gross formation defects, label positioning, label quality, closure application, fill level, 1D and 2D bar codes, graphical presence and quality, and the presence and verification of alphanumeric codes.

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