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[January 18, 2013]

Pleora Showcases GigE Vision over 10 GigE and 802.11x Wireless Technology at AUTOMATE 2013

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) January 18, 2013 Pleora Technologies, a globally trusted development partner for standards-based video interfaces, will showcase its latest technology developments and participate as panelist at this year’s upcoming AUTOMATE 2013 show, taking place in Chicago from January 21-24, 2013. AUTOMATE is considered to be the largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies in North America.

Held once every two years, John Phillips, Pleora Senior Manager, Marketing says: “With this year’s upcoming launch of GigE Vision® over wireless and USB3 Vision® product suites, we certainly want to ensure we are on-the-ground and available to speak with all potential partners, customers, and suppliers.” LIVE TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATIONS Pleora’s application engineers will be setting up two live technology demonstrations in the company’s exhibit booth 534. In the first, Pleora’s prototype wireless IP engine, will be transmitting images from an infrared camera module to a tablet PC using industry standard wireless technology and the GigE Vision and GenICam™ standards.

The second live demonstration will include Pleora’s GigE Vision over 10 GigE video transmitter. The iPORT™ CL-Ten Dual Medium IP engine is a frame grabber alternative that can transmit images from two Camera Link® Medium cameras over an industry-standard 10 GigE Link using the GigE Vision and GenICam standards.

   •      When and Where: January 21-24, Booth 534 PLEORA'S XUEMEI WANG PRESENTING ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN VISION As a Senior Application Engineer with Pleora, Xuemei Wang regularly brings her more than 15 years of experience in machine vision, multimedia processing and transmission, and imaging system design to technical training sessions around the world. Dr. Wang’s knowledge encompasses a broad range of camera interfaces, including Analog, LVDS, Camera Link, GigE Vision, as well as frame grabbers and image processing libraries.

At AUTOMATE 2013, conference attendees to the session titled “Understanding and Implementing Emerging Technologies in Vision” will learn of the latest vision technologies and how they are being used in automation. This promises to be a hands-on session with plenty of opportunity for audience participation and questions.

   •      When and Where: Thursday, January 24th, Session 11, 8 am to 10 am ABOUT PLEORA Pleora Technologies Inc. pioneered the use of Gigabit Ethernet for real-time video connectivity and revolutionized industrial imaging. With this spirit of innovation, Pleora continues to engineer standards-based video interface solutions for applications that require lossless video transfer and reproduction. Working with its rich portfolio of products, Pleora partners with customers to tailor solutions to their individual needs, from definition to deployment, with full integration support. Find out why more camera and equipment manufacturers and systems integrators choose and stay with Pleora, visit http://www.pleora.com.

MEDIA CONTACT Julie Harrison, Corporate Communications Pleora Technologies Inc.

Tel: +1-613-270-0625, ext 164 Email: Julie(dot)harrison(at)pleora(dot)com Twitter: @Pleora Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013_01/AUTOMATE2013/prweb10338619.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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