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November 2011


Visit us at VISION 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany in Hall 4/Booth D33 from November 8-10, 2011! Feel the thrill of the chase for exciting new cameras and spectacular demos. And if you are not travelling to Stuttgart, visit our virtual booth and discover our VISION highlights online!

» Read Eyes on Vision print issue as e-paper
» Visit our virtual booth


Discover 7 New AVT Cameras:

The Fantastic Four – AVT Bonito

The new Bonito high-speed camera from Allied Vision Technologies delivers up to 400 images per second at almost 4-megapixel resolution. »more

New Prosilica GX Models with 29 Megapixels and 6 Megapixels Resolution

The Prosilica GX6600 features the highest resolution sensor available in the market (29 MP) and the Prosilica GX2750 introduces the new high-sensitivity EXview HAD CCD ICX694 from Sony (6MP)

Prosilica GT: Cameras for imaging in extreme environments

New Prosilica GT cameras from Allied Vision Technologies offer extended operating temperature range and advanced features for outdoor imaging. »more

AVT Goldeye Infrared Cameras Make the Invisible Visible

With the Goldeye, Allied Vision Technologies presents its new NIR/SWIR camera family. »more

Some Like it Hot – AVT Pearleye Thermal Imaging Cameras

Pearleye long-wavelength infrared cameras from Allied Vision Technologies map differences in temperature. »more

Cooler Heads Prevail: AVT Bigeye Cameras with Active Cooling

Allied Vision Technologies presents a new camera family with integrated Peltier cooling for especially demanding imaging applications. »more


Best Practice Case Study: PufferSphere Interactive Display

Spectacular interactive sphere relies on AVT Guppy PRO camera for vision-based human interaction. Experience the magic crystal ball at VISION 2011 on the AVT booth! »more



Nov. 14-17, 2011
All Print China - Beijing, China
Visit our distributor China Daheng! »more

Dec. 7-9, 2011
ITE 2011 / Image Technology and Equipment - Yokohama, Japan

AVT's distributors AD Science and Aprolink exhibit  »more