Ultra compact Image Processing Computer

Vision Sensor PV3

  • Small embedded PC with an integrated camera in matchbox format
  • Fits anywhere
  • Pattern recognition in real-time
  • All expert levels
  • Quickly ready to implement your individual applications with IMAGO framework ViewIT

Extremely high speed in real-time
The Vision Sensor PV3 is a power package for any image analysis. With a Quad-Core ARM processor and 2 Mega Pixel resolution camera, it houses the computing power of an image processing computer.

Fits anywhere
With its compact size, The Vision Sensor PV3 fits on every line. The small IPC is suitable for automation tasks in digital image processing for which a classic IPC system is too large, too complex and too expensive.

All expert levels
The extremely small, programmable Linux camera offers an excellent introduction to image processing at an attractive price. Beginners appreciate the included sample program, SDK, and a video training course. With the help of IMAGO’s framework ViewIT, you can create your own application within one working day! Experts program in C++ or another programming language and quickly get an intelligent, application-specific camera. Halcon Embedded as the leading library for industrial image processing is supported, too. Compared to other single-board computers such as the Raspberry Pi, the Vision Sensor PV3 has a long-term lifetime and is strictly suitable for industrial use.

Simple configuration with ViewIT
Most smart cameras and vision sensors already include user software that allows image display and camera configuration. The VisionCam can be put into operation, but for special applications and image processing tasks, the software must first be developed. This takes a lot of time and development effort. ViewIT offers a faster solution.

ViewIT is a framework that allows image processing applications to be developed quickly and cost-effectively – without having to write a single line of code outside of image processing itself. A graphical user interface with intuitive functionality and easy-to-configure software modules allow any automation engineer to access machine vision.

Food & Beverage
For example, control of the best before date, barcode or dot code reading, label control.
Further sample applications

For example, permanent scanning of labels, reading of codes or letters, or verification of printed content.
Further sample applications

Packaging & Logistics
For example, checking the address information on a packet, code reading, label verification.
Further sample applications

For example, reading of codes on e.g. sheet-fed printing, newspapers, banknotes, letters. Analysis of digital prints.
Further sample applications

Industrial printer
Integration into e.g. ink print heads for immediate verification of the print.
Further sample applications

Engineers and Technicians in charge of developing vision systems for series machines and devices. They should be familiar with basic vision algorithms to use machine vision libraries in the best way.

Sales Manager Christoph SiemonChristoph Siemon
Sales Manager

Telephone: +49 6031-684 26 13

Sales Manager Fabian GarbsDipl.-Phys. Fabian Garbs
Sales Manager

Telephone: +49 6031-684 17 84