AVT designs, produces and sells cameras and components for image processing in industrial and life science applications. With innovative products, superior manufacturing quality and a service-driven organization, Allied Vision Technologies is well established as a premier provider of digital camera solutions for machine vision worldwide.
Allied Vision Technologies serves a wide variety of markets using machine vision including:
• industrial inspection & automation
• healthcare & medical
• science & research
• security & traffic
• multimedia, entertainment & sports
Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) offers a wide range of digital cameras for machine vision, industrial inspection, automation, medical imaging, scientific research, ITS and traffic monitoring, security, and many other demanding applications. Cameras by AVT and Prosilica include sensitive machine vision sensors (CCD and CMOS, VGA to 29 Megapixels) and fit a wide range of applications.
• Digital high performance industrial cameras overview:
- Very high sensitivity
- High bandwidth, fast frame rates
- Integrated pre-processing functions
- Wide operating temperature range
- Lens control functions
• Cameras with visible spectral range, NIR cameras, LWIR cameras
• OEM and customized cameras, board-level cameras
• FireWire (IEEE 1394), Gigabit Ethernet (GigE Vision), and Camera Link interface
ALLIED VISION TECHNOLOGIES GMBH PRODUCTS
The New Goldeye
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Photonics Showcase 3/2015
New Camera Models to Debut
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Sponsored Content 1/2015
The New Goldeye SWIR Camera
Allied Vision’s all-new Goldeye short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera provides best-in-class...
Sponsored Content 1/2014
The New Goldeye
Allied Vision Technologies’ all-new Goldeye short-wave infrared camera (SWIR) provides...
Photonics Showcase 5/2014
New Infrared CameraMore Products >>
Allied Vision Technologies introduces its all-new Goldeye short-wave infrared camera (SWIR). It...
Photonics Showcase 3/2014