Machine Vision

Release 4 of the EMVA Standard 1288 for Adequate Characterization of Modern Image Sensors and Cameras

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17.06.2021 - The EMVA Standard 1288 for objective characterization of industrial cameras, which is successfully used worldwide, has a successor. The new Release 4.0 takes into account the rapid development of camera and image sensor technology. The release candidate was published on March 16, 2021 to come into effect three month later on June 16, 2021. A new module ‘Release 4.0 General’ has been added to characterize non-linear cameras or cameras with unknown pre-processing.

 

In addition, numerous extensions to characterize the latest generation of image sensors and cameras were added including an extended wavelength range from UV to SWIR, camera characterization with lenses, characterization of polarization and multispectral sensors, a decomposition of spatial nonuniformity into column, row, and pixel variations, and the possibility for a direct comparison of linear and nonlinear cameras. The talk will outline the many new and exciting features of release 4.0, which will make the EMVA 1288 standard significantly more useful.

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EMVA European Machine Vision Association

Gran Via de Carles III, 84 (3rd floor)
08028 Barcelona
Spain

+34 931 80 70 60
+34 931 80 70 60

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