Allied Vision Technologies GmbH, an industrial camera maker has released its website in a Chinese language version.
What does AVT stand for?
AVT stands for Allied Vision Technologies (est. 1989)
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Stemmer Imaging has also boosted its range of infrared (SWIR & NIR) sensitive cameras with the addition of new models from Xenics, Allied Vision Technologies, IDS GmbH, JAI and Teledyne DALSA.
The following suppliers have already joined the Acquisition Alliance: Allied Vision Technologies, Basler AG, DALSA Corporation, e2V, Imperx Incorporated, JAI, Point Grey Research Inc.
com/bbsc/ssr/product-XCDMV6/ Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) is a leading manufacturer of machine vision cameras with the FireWire interface.
IOI Technology, Point Grey Research, and Allied Vision Technologies provided featured new products and demonstrations.
Also, smaller technologically innovative companies such as Point Grey Research, Basler Vision Components and Allied Vision Technologies now offer 1394b-equipped cameras, which incorporate the 800 megabits/second speeds of FireWire for downloading images to a PC for display, real-time control, and recording.
Also, smaller technologically advanced companies such as Point Grey Research, Basler Vision Components and Allied Vision Technologies also are now delivering 1394b cameras.
Also prominent were Point Grey Research, with their own new IIDC camera, and Allied Vision Technologies, showing hubs, PCI cards, CardBus cards, GOF hubs, Cat5 hubs, and cables.