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VISION is one of the world's most important leading trade fairs in the machine vision industry. It is a meeting place for many international companies and an important anchor point for presenting the latest prototypes and innovations to visitors from all over the world

The following innovations were presented by the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (excerpt):

Fastest line sensor worldwide

With this milestone for the production industry, for example, even the smallest hairline cracks on surfaces are detected. In addition, inspection speeds of 300km/h can be achieved with the sensor! The high-speed sensor was developed in cooperation with Fraunhofer IMS.

High-Performance Vision


3D driver assistance system for trams

Together with Bombardier, the world's first optical 3D driver assistance system has been developed to make trams even more forward-looking, intelligent and therefore even safer in the future.

3D Vision and Modeling


3D 360° panorama camera

With this High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) navigation system, which operates reliably even under the most difficult lighting conditions, robots can be used, for example in forest fires, to explore and create situation pictures without people having to approach the danger zones themselves.

New Sensor Technologies


FastPass - European border control of the future

Within the framework of an international European research project, a system for automated border control is being developed under AIT leadership, which will enable independent border clearance while ensuring a high security standard. In future, the so-called eGate should be able to be used at all types of border crossings - air, land, water

Intelligent Camera Networks


Scientific Vision Days

On 5 and 6 November 2014, AIT will again be inviting visitors to the traditional impulse lectures at its own stand (number 1D82, Hall 1). Under the motto "Scientific Vision Days", experts from industry and research will present the latest innovations in the field of machine vision.