Presentation will begin: Thursday, July 21, 2022 - 9:50 AM EDT
Presented by: Paritosh Prayagi, JAI
Among the trends in machine vision cameras, one of the most noteworthy is the growing emphasis on small, modestly priced cameras. While plenty of vision systems need so-called higher-end capabilities — such as very high resolution, multispectral capture, prism-based color imaging, high-speed line scan, and other premium features — by far, the highest volumes of machine vision cameras being sold are those that are small in size and small, or smallish, in price.
This demand results in a wide array of compact, affordable cameras being created by many different manufacturers. While these cameras all share many common traits — such as sensor sizes, resolutions, interfaces, and basic operational feature sets — some key differences exist across different brands of small cameras that can factor heavily into the plans of vision system designers, depending on the types of systems they are creating.
Prayagi quickly reviews applications that are driving this trend and covers key innovative features and differences that are trending within the small-camera community.
About the presenter
Paritosh Prayagi has held several key positions at JAI A/S since 2015. Currently, he is director of product management. He is technology- and management-literate, with a specialization in multispectral camera systems for high-speed applications. Having previously worked in camera development, application management for 3D and spectral cameras, and sales, Prayagi brings a broad perspective to the table.