Leading Machine Vision Company Utilizes Latest Technology from Camera Industry Leader
Nashua, NH (WiredPRNews.com) The new benchmark for high-resolution for image capture, the KODAK KAI-29050 Image Sensor, showcased by Kodak at the world’s largest Machine Vision trade show, Vision 2010, offers the highest resolution CCD image sensor based on Interline Transfer technology. With 29 million pixels, the KODAK KAI-29050 Image Sensor provides the critical level of detail required in demanding applied imaging applications such as industrial inspection, aerial photography, and security. Based on Interline Transfer CCD technology, the device combines exceptional image quality with a true electronic (or “global“) shutter – allowing high-quality image capture without the need for a mechanical shutter.
FastVision will use this newest development from Kodak will to expand FastVision’s line of SmartCamera Products. Based on the new Kodak KAI-29050, FastVision’s imaging technology will prove to be the most advanced and most reliable in the industry. By utilizing the latest technology available in the industry, FastVision is able to stay ahead of the competition and offer users the most revolutionary machine vision technology for advanced and challenging commercial needs. By working with technologies from companies such as Kodak , Fastvision is able to offer their clients an ever evolving, comprehensive line of cutting edge FastVision products and applications.
“The sensor unveiled by Kodak has the potential to greatly expand our Kodak CCD Line of Smart Cameras,” said Dr. Joseph Sgro, CEO and Founder of FastVision. “This new product definitely created a buzz in the industry, but it is especially exciting for FastVision. The potential expansions to our line of SmartCamera products enabled by this new technology will give our clients to capture images like never before.”
The KAI-29050 is the latest product to be based on the KODAK TRUESENSE 5.5-Micron Interline Transfer CCD Platform, an advanced technology that provides significant advances in pixel size, frame rate, and image quality. The entire family of products – ranging in resolution from 1 to 29 megapixels, and in 17 different resolution and color combinations – can be supported from a single set of electronics, simplifying camera design for manufacturers and shortening time-to-market for new camera products.
To learn more about the possible product developments enabled by the Kodak’s latest technology, visit www.fast-vision.com.
FastVision, LLC. was started in 2002 by both framegrabber and camera industry veterans, including CEO Dr. Joseph Sgro and lead engineer, physicist Paul Stanton, who understand these requirements and have the goal of developing leading edge products that enable customers to work more efficiently and cost effectively.