Axiomtek – a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is pleased to announce its collaboration with Basler, the world's leading manufacturer of high-quality imaging components for computer vision applications, to deliver integrated, all-in-one machine vision solutions for factory and machine automation. The partnership between Axiomtek and Basler helps manufacturers and system integrators to quickly develop their own quality inspection applications to make manufacturing processes more efficient and competitive.
With extensive experience in the field of camera design and camera production, Basler develops imaging components for computer vision applications with a focus on customer benefits. Basler offers a large selection of industrial and network cameras to meet the needs of factory automation, medical and life sciences, transportation, logistics, retail, and robotics. The integration of Axiomtek’s AI-enable vision computing systems with Basler’s industrial camera products can offer a high degree of flexibility, customizability and time efficiency to accommodate users at all levels while fulfilling a wide range of machine vision applications.
“As AI technology advances, manufacturers increasingly look to machine vision solutions to expand its inspection capabilities to increase yield, improve product quality, and increase operational efficiency. Axiomtek's vision system series was developed to meet the needs of industrial automation applications on the production line, such as vision inspection, guidance, measurement and identification. Our high-precision vision system MVS900-511-FL, for example, by combining Basler’s industrial cameras is an excellent solution to inspect product defects that are invisible to the naked eye and assemble fine machinery with high accuracy,” said Wayne Chung, the product manager of Product PM Division at Axiomtek. “Our powerful vision system MVS900-511-FL with Basler’s advanced industrial camera support, because of the speed, accuracy, and repeatability, excels at smart manufacturing and AIoT applications.”
“Basler is the most trusted brand in the field of machine vision and one of the leading computer vision experts. With the extensive know-how and customer orientation, Basler is able to combine superior performance with superior value,” said Herman Lee, the Key Account Manager of Basler in Taiwan.
By integrating Axiomtek’s feature-rich, high-precision MVS900-511-FL with Basler’s industrial cameras, the manufacturers can improve manufacturing quality and yields by ensuring that all components, sub-assemblies, and products undergo inspection procedures. The MVS900-511-FL has scalable processing powers with a choice of LGA1151 socket 7th/6th generation Intel® Core™ processors or Celeron® processor (up to 65W) with the Intel® H110 chipset. This high-performance machine vision system can operate under sequential control and can be synchronized with four cameras. Meanwhile, the MVS900-511-FL enables easy integration of any light source. Its integrated lighting controller comes with both the strobe mode and trigger mode, which can support various kinds of LEDs and reduce the overall cost of system integration. These advanced features allow manufacturers and system integrators to configure and deploy vision applications faster and easier.
Axiomtek offers comprehensive machine vision systems, frame grabber cards, and industrial cameras to simplifying and streamlining the deployment of machine vision applications. For more product information or customization services, please visit our global website at www.axiomtek.com or contact one of our sales representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basler is a leading international manufacturer of imaging components for computer vision applications such as cameras, lenses, frame grabbers, software as well as embedded vision solutions, customized products and consulting services. The products are used in a variety of computer vision markets, including factory automation, medical, traffic, logistics, retail, and robotics. Founded in 1988, the Basler Group employs approximately 800 people at its headquarters in Ahrensburg and other locations in Europe, Asia and North America. For more information, see https://www.baslerweb.com/en/.