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14. May 2018 - 20. May 2018

Class

Monday (14. May 2018)
GenICam 8:30 - 10:45 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Coffee Break 10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
GenICam 11:00 - 13:00 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Lunch 13:00 - 13:45 Lunch - withIn Canteen
GenICam 13:45 - 15:00 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Coffee Break 15:00 - 15:15 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
GenICam 15:15 - 16:30 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Get Together 17:30 - 21:00 Event - withAt Dauth-Schneider
Tuesday (15. May 2018)
GenICam 8:30 - 10:30 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Coffee Break 10:30 - 10:45 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
GenICam 10:45 - 12:45 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Lunch 12:45 - 13:30 Lunch - withIn Canteen
GenICam 13:30 - 14:30 GenICam - withIn ROOM #1:, Friedrich Dierks, Christoph Zierl, Rupert Stelz, Stephane Maurice
GenICam defines the mandatory software interface for all modern camera interface standards such as GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS™. GenICam provides a unified application programming interface (API) for machine vision cameras and comes with a sophisticated set of standardized camera features. This eases very much the integration of cameras into the customers’ application. GenICam enables the customers to easily combine cameras with different interfaces or cameras supplied by different vendors. www.genicam.org
Coffee Break 14:30 - 14:45 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
FSF 14:45 - 17:45 General FSF - withIn ROOM #1:, George Chamberlain
One of the highlights of each IVSM is always the Future Standards Forum where new ideas or proposals for G3 standardisation projects are discussed with the standardisation experts. In the IVSM spring 2018 meeting, there are several initiatives to be discussed. • CCRC agreements: The CLHS/CXP Roadmap Committee (CCRC) has been looking into the synergies and possible merge of the both existing G3 standards CoaXPress und Camera Link HS and will introduce ideas and steps how to move on. • Industrial Embedded Vision Interface: Electrical access to image sensors is not standardized, neither for image data nor for sensor parameters and useful signals like trigger are usually provided on separate pins. A new EMVA standardisation proposal is to define a standard communication between a processor, FPGA or other embedded processing device and an image sensor to provide plug-and-play capability of image sensor modules onto processing boards. The standard will make use of existing interfaces like MIPI or SLVS-EC and will add the necessary additional requirements to provide a fully standardized interface to ease integration. • Lens communication standard: Newest standardisation proposal by EMVA is the development of a new standard related to the electrical and communication interface between a machine vision lens and a camera to allow users to retrieve and control lens parameters through a camera using the GenICam software layer.
Wednesday (16. May 2018)
Plug Fest 8:30 - 10:30 Plug Fest - withIn ROOM #1:
Cameras, different hardware devices and software are tested for interoperability with the standards by physically connecting them together.
OPC-Vision 8:30 - 10:30 OPC Vision CWG - withIn ROOM #5:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision CWG (core working group): In this session the core working group of the VDMA OPC Vision Initiative will have a working group meeting. The goal is to finalize the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision). This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. Only core working group members are invited for this session.
Coffee Break 10:30 - 10:45 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
Plug Fest 10:45 - 12:45 Plug Fest - withIn ROOM #1:
Cameras, different hardware devices and software are tested for interoperability with the standards by physically connecting them together.
OPC-Vision 10:45 - 12:45 OPC Vision CWG - withIn ROOM #5:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision CWG (core working group): In this session the core working group of the VDMA OPC Vision Initiative will have a working group meeting. The goal is to finalize the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision). This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. Only core working group members are invited for this session.
Lunch 12:45 - 13:30 Lunch - withIn Canteen
FSF 13:30 - 15:15 Chair FSF - withIn ROOM #6:, George Chamberlain
One of the highlights of each IVSM is always the Future Standards Forum where new ideas or proposals for G3 standardisation projects are discussed with the standardisation experts. In the IVSM spring 2018 meeting, there are several initiatives to be discussed. • CCRC agreements: The CLHS/CXP Roadmap Committee (CCRC) has been looking into the synergies and possible merge of the both existing G3 standards CoaXPress und Camera Link HS and will introduce ideas and steps how to move on. • Industrial Embedded Vision Interface: Electrical access to image sensors is not standardized, neither for image data nor for sensor parameters and useful signals like trigger are usually provided on separate pins. A new EMVA standardisation proposal is to define a standard communication between a processor, FPGA or other embedded processing device and an image sensor to provide plug-and-play capability of image sensor modules onto processing boards. The standard will make use of existing interfaces like MIPI or SLVS-EC and will add the necessary additional requirements to provide a fully standardized interface to ease integration. • Lens communication standard: Newest standardisation proposal by EMVA is the development of a new standard related to the electrical and communication interface between a machine vision lens and a camera to allow users to retrieve and control lens parameters through a camera using the GenICam software layer.
Plug Fest 13:30 - 15:15 Plug Fest - withIn ROOM #1:
Cameras, different hardware devices and software are tested for interoperability with the standards by physically connecting them together.
OPC-Vision 13:30 - 15:15 OPC Vision CWG - withIn ROOM #5:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision CWG (core working group): In this session the core working group of the VDMA OPC Vision Initiative will have a working group meeting. The goal is to finalize the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision). This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. Only core working group members are invited for this session.
Coffee Break 15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
FSF 15:30 - 17:15 Chair FSF - withIn ROOM #6:, George Chamberlain
One of the highlights of each IVSM is always the Future Standards Forum where new ideas or proposals for G3 standardisation projects are discussed with the standardisation experts. In the IVSM spring 2018 meeting, there are several initiatives to be discussed. • CCRC agreements: The CLHS/CXP Roadmap Committee (CCRC) has been looking into the synergies and possible merge of the both existing G3 standards CoaXPress und Camera Link HS and will introduce ideas and steps how to move on. • Industrial Embedded Vision Interface: Electrical access to image sensors is not standardized, neither for image data nor for sensor parameters and useful signals like trigger are usually provided on separate pins. A new EMVA standardisation proposal is to define a standard communication between a processor, FPGA or other embedded processing device and an image sensor to provide plug-and-play capability of image sensor modules onto processing boards. The standard will make use of existing interfaces like MIPI or SLVS-EC and will add the necessary additional requirements to provide a fully standardized interface to ease integration. • Lens communication standard: Newest standardisation proposal by EMVA is the development of a new standard related to the electrical and communication interface between a machine vision lens and a camera to allow users to retrieve and control lens parameters through a camera using the GenICam software layer.
Plug Fest 15:30 - 17:15 Plug Fest - withIn ROOM #1:
Cameras, different hardware devices and software are tested for interoperability with the standards by physically connecting them together.
OPC-Vision 15:30 - 17:15 OPC Vision CWG - withIn ROOM #5:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision CWG (core working group): In this session the core working group of the VDMA OPC Vision Initiative will have a working group meeting. The goal is to finalize the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision). This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. Only core working group members are invited for this session.
Get Together 18:00 - 21:00 Event - withAt Restaurant Opéra
Thursday (17. May 2018)
OPC-Vision 8:30 - 9:30 OPC Vision Intro - withIn ROOM #1:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vison Introduction: This session is open to everyone but mainly addresses participants who have no experience with OPC UA so far. However, also the core and total working group members are welcome to attend. The purpose is to give an introduction in OPC UA and to describe the importance for the machine vision branch and the industry as a whole.
Camera Link 8:30 - 10:45 Camera Link - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Steve Kinney, Reynold Dodson
Camera Link is a robust communications link between digital cameras and digital frame grabbers using a dedicated cable connection and simple standardised communications protocol. PoCL® allows transmission of camera power over the data cable eliminating the need for multiple cables to the camera. www.visiononline.org/cameralink
Coffee Break 9:30 - 9:45 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
OPC-Vision 9:45 - 10:45 OPC Vision TWG - withIn ROOM #1:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision TWG (total working group): In these sessions the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision) will be presented to the total working group. This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. The event is open to everyone, even if you are not a member of the total working group. The main purpose is to reach a common understanding and acceptance of the total working group / G3 community. It’s intended to publish the OPC Vision draft in time for the Automatica 2018 show (one month after the IVSM).
Coffee Break 10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
OPC-Vision 11:00 - 13:00 OPC Vision TWG - withIn ROOM #1:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision TWG (total working group): In these sessions the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision) will be presented to the total working group. This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. The event is open to everyone, even if you are not a member of the total working group. The main purpose is to reach a common understanding and acceptance of the total working group / G3 community. It’s intended to publish the OPC Vision draft in time for the Automatica 2018 show (one month after the IVSM).
Camera Link 11:00 - 13:00 Camera Link - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Steve Kinney, Reynold Dodson
Camera Link is a robust communications link between digital cameras and digital frame grabbers using a dedicated cable connection and simple standardised communications protocol. PoCL® allows transmission of camera power over the data cable eliminating the need for multiple cables to the camera. www.visiononline.org/cameralink
USB3 Vision 11:00 - 13:00 USB3 Vision - withHotel Innside (Ext.):, Eric Gross, Uwe Hagmaier
USB3 Vision is designed specifically for the vision industry and uses USB 3.0 ports that come as standard on all common PCs. It offers high bandwidth, power and data over the same cable in an easy-to-use protocol. www.visiononline.org/USB3Vision
Lunch 13:00 - 13:45 Lunch - withIn Canteen
Lunch 13:00 - 13:45 Lunch - withHotel Innside (Ext.):
OPC-Vision 13:45 - 15:30 OPC Vision TWG - withIn ROOM #1:, Horst Heinol-Heikkinen, Heiko Frohn, Klaus-Henning Noffz, Christian Ripperda
OPC Vision TWG (total working group): In these sessions the draft version of the OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (short: OPC Vision) will be presented to the total working group. This standard defines a unified interface to link a machine vision system with its production environment. The event is open to everyone, even if you are not a member of the total working group. The main purpose is to reach a common understanding and acceptance of the total working group / G3 community. It’s intended to publish the OPC Vision draft in time for the Automatica 2018 show (one month after the IVSM).
USB3 Vision 13:45 - 15:15 USB3 Vision - withHotel Innside (Ext.):, Eric Gross, Uwe Hagmaier
USB3 Vision is designed specifically for the vision industry and uses USB 3.0 ports that come as standard on all common PCs. It offers high bandwidth, power and data over the same cable in an easy-to-use protocol. www.visiononline.org/USB3Vision
CLHS 13:45 - 15:15 CLHS - withIn ROOM #7:, Mike Miethig
Camera Link HS provides very fast, reliable data transfer with either copper or fibre-optic cables. It has excellent bandwidth scalability adapting to the application at hand. www.visiononline.org/cameralinkHS
CoaXPress 13:45 - 15:15 CoaXPress - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Chris Beynon
CoaXPress combines the simplicity of a coaxial cable (75 Ω) with state of the art technology for very fast transmission of serial data between cameras and digital frame grabbers. It is possible to implement speeds of up to 6.25 Gbps per cable, plus camera control and power in the same cable. www.coaxpress.com
Coffee Break 15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
Coffee Break 15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break - withHotel Innside (Ext.):
Coffee Break 15:30 - 15:45 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
USB3 Vision 15:30 - 17:00 USB3 Vision - withHotel Innside (Ext.):, Eric Gross, Uwe Hagmaier
USB3 Vision is designed specifically for the vision industry and uses USB 3.0 ports that come as standard on all common PCs. It offers high bandwidth, power and data over the same cable in an easy-to-use protocol. www.visiononline.org/USB3Vision
CLHS 15:30 - 17:00 CLHS - withIn ROOM #7:, Mike Miethig
Camera Link HS provides very fast, reliable data transfer with either copper or fibre-optic cables. It has excellent bandwidth scalability adapting to the application at hand. www.visiononline.org/cameralinkHS
CoaXPress 15:30 - 17:00 CoaXPress - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Chris Beynon
CoaXPress combines the simplicity of a coaxial cable (75 Ω) with state of the art technology for very fast transmission of serial data between cameras and digital frame grabbers. It is possible to implement speeds of up to 6.25 Gbps per cable, plus camera control and power in the same cable. www.coaxpress.com
VDI /VDE /VDMA 2632 15:45 - 17:00 VDI /VDE /VDMA 2632 - withIn ROOM #1:, Michael Heizmann, Erik Marquardt
This series of standards provides the basis and the structure for the communication between supplier and user of a machine vision system. The released parts of the standards are: • Part 1: Machine Vision basics, terms and definitions • Part 2: Guideline for a requirement system specification • Part 3: Acceptance test of machine vision systems This session is open to everyone and should provide an introduction to these series of standards and explain their relevance for the market.
Friday (18. May 2018)
CCRC 8:30 - 10:45 CCRC - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Klaus-Henning Noffz
CCRC stands for CLHS/CXP Roadmap Committee. The purpose of this working group is to work out recommendations how to inhibit or minimize overlap between the two standards which are both based on fiber technology in the future. Fiber optical transmission is assumed to become the most interesting technology for high-end applications.
GigE Vision 8:30 - 10:45 GigE Vision - withIn ROOM #1:, Eric Bourbonnais, Eric Carey, James Falconer
The GigE Vision standard was developed to take advantage of the widely used Gigabit Ethernet communication protocol (1 Gb as well as 10 Gb) for machine vision. GigE Vision enables fast transmission of images using low cost standard cables (Cat 5e/6a/7 network cables) over very long distances. With GigE Vision, hardware and software from different vendors can interoperate seamlessly over scalable Ethernet connections. www.visiononline.org/GigEVision
Coffee Break 10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
CLHS 11:00 - 13:00 CLHS - withIn ROOM #4:, Mike Miethig
Camera Link HS provides very fast, reliable data transfer with either copper or fibre-optic cables. It has excellent bandwidth scalability adapting to the application at hand. www.visiononline.org/cameralinkHS
CoaXPress 11:00 - 13:00 CoaXPress - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Chris Beynon
CoaXPress combines the simplicity of a coaxial cable (75 Ω) with state of the art technology for very fast transmission of serial data between cameras and digital frame grabbers. It is possible to implement speeds of up to 6.25 Gbps per cable, plus camera control and power in the same cable. www.coaxpress.com
GigE Vision 11:00 - 13:00 GigE Vision - withIn ROOM #1:, Eric Bourbonnais, Eric Carey, James Falconer
The GigE Vision standard was developed to take advantage of the widely used Gigabit Ethernet communication protocol (1 Gb as well as 10 Gb) for machine vision. GigE Vision enables fast transmission of images using low cost standard cables (Cat 5e/6a/7 network cables) over very long distances. With GigE Vision, hardware and software from different vendors can interoperate seamlessly over scalable Ethernet connections. www.visiononline.org/GigEVision
Lunch 13:00 - 13:45 Lunch - withIn Canteen
CoaXPress 13:45 - 15:15 CoaXPress - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Chris Beynon
CoaXPress combines the simplicity of a coaxial cable (75 Ω) with state of the art technology for very fast transmission of serial data between cameras and digital frame grabbers. It is possible to implement speeds of up to 6.25 Gbps per cable, plus camera control and power in the same cable. www.coaxpress.com
CLHS 13:45 - 15:15 CLHS - withIn ROOM #4:, Mike Miethig
Camera Link HS provides very fast, reliable data transfer with either copper or fibre-optic cables. It has excellent bandwidth scalability adapting to the application at hand. www.visiononline.org/cameralinkHS
GigE Vision 13:45 - 15:15 GigE Vision - withIn ROOM #1:, Eric Bourbonnais, Eric Carey, James Falconer
The GigE Vision standard was developed to take advantage of the widely used Gigabit Ethernet communication protocol (1 Gb as well as 10 Gb) for machine vision. GigE Vision enables fast transmission of images using low cost standard cables (Cat 5e/6a/7 network cables) over very long distances. With GigE Vision, hardware and software from different vendors can interoperate seamlessly over scalable Ethernet connections. www.visiononline.org/GigEVision
Coffee Break 15:15 - 15:30 Coffee Break - withAt Lobby
CoaXPress 15:30 - 17:00 CoaXPress - withIn ROOM #5#6:, Chris Beynon
CoaXPress combines the simplicity of a coaxial cable (75 Ω) with state of the art technology for very fast transmission of serial data between cameras and digital frame grabbers. It is possible to implement speeds of up to 6.25 Gbps per cable, plus camera control and power in the same cable. www.coaxpress.com
CLHS 15:30 - 17:00 CLHS - withIn ROOM #4:, Mike Miethig
Camera Link HS provides very fast, reliable data transfer with either copper or fibre-optic cables. It has excellent bandwidth scalability adapting to the application at hand. www.visiononline.org/cameralinkHS

14. May 2018 - 20. May 2018