Once the gold-standard for performance in machine vision, CCD sensors are being discontinued in favor of the modern CMOS imaging sensor. CMOS sensors have since set the benchmark for both performance and value in machine vision. Watch this pre-recorded webinar to learn about the advantages your company can leverage by transitioning to modern CMOS sensors:
CMOS image sensors’ superior power efficiency and more compact packaging enables more efficient and compact camera designs. Their greater speed, quantum efficiency and lower read noise enables you to achieve much higher throughput than possible with CCD technology. And because manufacturing of CMOS sensors is highly simplified, price-to-performance has significantly improved.
Covered in this webinar:
- How to increase performance and lower costs by upgrading from CCD to CMOS imaging sensors
- Pros and Cons of interface standards like USB 3.1, GigE, 10GigE and more
- Understanding key EMVA 1288 parameters and their relevance for your specific application
- Emerging next-generation machine-vision CMOS sensor technology
- Q&A session with our imaging experts on machine-vision camera selection and deploying improvements
About the speaker:
Mike Fussell is a Machine Vision Product manager at FLIR Integrated Imaging Solutions. He has 13 years of Imaging technology, product marketing and product management experience. Mike has watched with interest and excitement as CMOS sensor technology has developed and flourished. He holds a degree in technology commercialization from the University of Auckland.