Revolutionize Industrial Automation with Bottlenose: Now In Stock and Ready to Go
Waterloo, ON, December 16, 2022 – Labforge Inc. announced today the general availability of Bottlenose™ cameras following successful partnerships with industry and government organizations. These cameras, specially designed for use in automation, robotics, and security, feature GigE Vision 2.1, on-camera AI processing, feature point detection and matching, up to 4K disparity resolution, and a powerful ISP to navigate complex lighting situations.
Labforge has supplied Mouser Electronics with their first shipment of Bottlenose cameras, which are now in stock and ready for purchase. The new Bottlenose camera is expected to catalyze adoption of smart technologies in industrial automation, robotics, and security industries, thanks to its easy-to-use UI and accessible pricing. Both stereo and monocular versions are now available at a suggested retail price of $1,000 USD. The flexibility allowed by the CS lens mount, coupled with advanced on-camera processing and 4K resolution, will encourage near-endless creativity in solution building across industries.
“We’re excited to see how global integrators, roboticists, and engineers will use Bottlenose to see the world in new ways,” said Kendra Serbinski, Business Development Manager at Labforge.
Bottlenose cameras can be purchased through Labforge’s distributor, Mouser Electronics, or for custom orders, please contact Labforge directly. Labforge Bottlenose cameras will be on display at CES in January 2023, in the TAEC suite (invitation only) and the TDK booth (16181 in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center).
Labforge is a Waterloo, Ontario based technology company that designs, develops, and sells smart cameras. Their cameras are used for automation, safety, and security. Labforge is funded in part by the Ontario Centers of Innovation, Department of National Defence, and Innovative Solutions Canada. Customers and partners include University of Waterloo, Royal Canadian Air Force, Toshiba, and Transport Canada.
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