Soda Vision Pte Ltd

Singapore, 
Singapore
http://www.sodavision.com
  • Booth: 508


Welcome to SODA VISION! Find us more at www.sodavision.com

Founded in 2012, SODA VISION is a young and energetic technology oriented company focusing in vision and imaging technologies. Based in Singapore and Malaysia, we pride ourselves on delivering innovative vision products with the best value and service to our customers.

Our team is made up of experienced vision technologies specialists, application and support engineers, programmers and passionate sales support personnel. All working together creatively to form new ideas and developing new capabilities, allowing us to deliver unique and innovative solutions to you.


 Products

  • ACUROS™ SWIR CAMERA
    SWIR Vision Systems™ introduces the Acuros™ family of high definition cameras featuring CQD™ Colloidal Quantum Dot technology....

  • Acuros cameras deliver broadband, visible-to-SWIR, high resolution images, at far superior cost points compared to InGaAs SWIR cameras. The cameras are classified as EAR99 products (no license required for globl export), and are intended for use in applications including industrial machine vision, silicon inspection, surveillance, hyperspectral imaging, and more.

    SWIR Vision Systems cameras are built with increasing resolution to provide the needed performance for specific applications. 

    • Acuros™ VGA SWIR Camera (640 x 512)
    • Acuros™ 1MP SWIR Camera (1280 x 1024)
    • Acuros™ HD SWIR Camera (1920 x 1080)

    Ideal in daylight or artificially lit environments, Acuros cameras provide the superior image resolution needed in challenging image sensing environments with inherently lower cost per megapixel than InGaAs detectors, Acuros SWIR cameras provide excellent value for system integrator. 

  • PHOTONEO® PHOXI® 3D SCANNERS
    Next Generation of 3D Robot Vision for Flexible Automation...

  • Machine Vision is one of the driving forces of industrial automation. For a long time, it's been primarily pushed forward by improvements made in 2D image sensing, and for some applications, 2D sensing is still an optimal tool to solve a problem. But the majority of challenges machine vision is facing today has a 3D character. From a well-established metrology up to new applications in smart robotics, 3D sensors serve as a main source of data. Under a 3D sensor, we understand a sensor that is able to capture 3D features of inspected surface. While we are talking about the machine vision, we will not consider non-optical systems in this category. 

    Nowadays, market offers a wide variety of 3D sensoric solutions, most of them claiming a superiority over their competition. While a lot of these claims are based on a reational reasoning, one needs to understand differences and the need for individiual applications. FOr QR code reading, a 2D smart can be the best solution on market. But it will probably not guide a logistic robot from one facility to another. In this field, it can't compete with LIDAR based solutions currently dominating that market. 

    Not considering interferemetry and a nm range, we can list typical, most common technologies currently used in the industry:

    • Laser triangulation
    • Photogrammetry
    • Stereo vision
    • Structured light
    • Time-of-flight
  • BASLER ACE U CAMERAS WITH 20MP RESOLUTION
    Four new ace U models with the IMX183 rolling shutter CMOS sensor from Sony’s Exmor R series extend the portfolio of our most successful camera series, the ace....

  • Four new ace U models with the IMX183 rolling shutter CMOS sensor from Sony’s Exmor R series extend the portfolio of our most successful camera series, the ace. The cameras offer a resolution of 20 megapixels with a sensor size of 1" and a compact design with 29 mm x 29 mm footprint. They deliver frame rates of up to 17 frames per second. These characteristics make the four new ace U models particularly attractive for inspection of the finest structures, such as in printed circuit boards or display production. Constant increases in the resolution of modern displays require ever-higher resolutions in the inspecting camera. The four new high-resolution ace U models feature Basler's PGI feature set for color and monochrome cameras, which corrects unwanted artifacts. This allows users a particularly good image evaluation at the pixel level. Thus, we enable detailed inspection of high-resolution displays with excellent image quality at a very attractive price.

    The innovative BI (back-illuminated) sensor technology of the Sony IMX183 provides excellent sensitivity and low noise at a small pixel size of 2.4 µm. With this particularly light-sensitive sensor, the four new ace cameras offer outstanding image quality even in low light conditions.

    Other areas of application are in the traffic sector, where a single ace U 20 MP camera is often sufficient for monitoring multi-lane highways, and in land surveying, where lightweight, high-resolution cameras are required to capture large or inaccessible areas from the air.


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