Our LTF and LMX75-UVC lights have been recognized for excellence in machine vision by Vision Systems Design’s 2021 Innovators Awards program.
Smart Vision Lights believes in giving back to our community, especially when it comes to the youngest and most vulnerable.
COVID-19 has upended how the machine vision industry does business. For this reason, Smart Vision Lights is investing in website
During a panel discussion of how COVID-19 is impacting the machine vision industry, luminaries including Smart Vision Lights (SVL) CEO
Introducing Smart Vision Lights’ new website – now designed to make it easier than ever to quickly find the right
Dear Valued Smart Vision Lights Partner, Smart Vision Lights will continue to operate and support essential businesses during the State
Smart Vision Lights’ Steve Kinney has written an article that is featured in the current issue of Quality Magazine. In the article, Steve discusses where the Machine Vision system is and where it is going.
Steve Kinney, Smart Vision Lights’ Western Sales Manager, kicked off Imaging and Machine Vision Europe’s (IMVE’s) recent webinar series on
Automate 2019, one of the biggest shows in our industry, was held April 8-11 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.
A few months back, we announced that we are constructing a new facility to better serve our customers and partners. With that, we wanted to share an update on our new building.
Inspection of specularly reflective surfaces for shape and defects poses a well-known difficult challenge for machine vision systems. For example,
Coming to Automate April 8–11? Bring your application samples, large or small, with you to Smart Vision Lights at booth #8135. Our lighting engineers and applications experts will be on hand throughout the show to examine parts, discuss your application goals, and share advice on possible solutions.
Tony Carpenter, Director of Sales Europe & Asia, speaks with FujiFilm at the 2018 Vision Show in Stuttgart. Tony showcases several new products Smart Vision Lights will be releasing in Q1 of 2019.
Matrox has released a video on the photometric stereo technique featuring Smart Vision Lights products. Photometric stereo uses 3D surface orientation and its effect on reflected light to produce a contrast image accentuating local 3D surface variations.
Smart Vision Lights is close to breaking ground on a new $3 million facility in Norton Shores, Michigan. Located on a 6.7-acre site, the 36,000-square-foot building will have space for design and engineering — including areas for prototyping and robotics demonstrations — as well as assembly space and offices.
Join Smart Vision Lights on September 24 at 11 AM EST for the webinar The Growing Need for Precision in LED Lighting. Presented by Paul Powers, Director of Sales – Americas, the webinar looks at three main trends in machine vision lighting.
Tuesday, December 19, was an awesome opportunity for Smart Vision Lights to go serve at the Muskegon Rescue Mission. The Muskegon Rescue Mission serves men, women and children from all walks of life in the Muskegon area.
To deliver the highest-quality product and service to customers, sometimes you need to take a deep dive into your own internal processes. Smart Vision Lights is doing just that with two major initiatives. We’ve recently attained ISO 9000:2015 certification for quality management.
Smart Vision Lights distributor Automation, Inc. (Minneapolis, Minnesota) is using the SOBL Series of backlights to illuminate an automated system for measuring the length of aluminum extrusions. The application, on display at a variety of trade shows throughout the year.
As many of you are aware, the introduction of CMOS-based images sensors has led to the increased use of high-speed cameras in machine vision applications. Many commercial cameras are now available both as stand-alone cameras and those that are interfaced to computers using high-speed interfaces such as 10GigE, CameraLink and CoaXPress interfaces to a host computer.