High Speed Recording, Playback and Image Recognition

For high definition recording at over 150 frames per second

High speed factory imaging

The continuous recording of video sequences plays an important role in both industrial and scientific machine vision applications and helps to identify sources of errors or improvements in manufacturing and process automation.


The Cybertronix High Speed Recorder records video sequences from multiple high-speed cameras and saves them directly to hard disk in a raw format. Multiple buffers and disks allow the solution to keep up with HD high speed cameras. During post processing of the raw video, stills in various formats and tailored videos are created.


The play-back speeds can be freely selected, meaning high-speed processes can be replayed in slow
motion. This aids improvement in process control, for example in manufacturing or printing.

Example Applications

  • Sports technique review

  • High speed printing

  • High speed manufacturing

  • Ballistics analysis

  • Scientific flow measurement and PIV particle flow analysis

Technical details

Our system utilises cameras with the following interfaces:

  • Coaxpress

  • USB3

  • GigE

 

For example, the JAI Go USB3 camera delivers output at up to 159 frames per second with an HD 1920x1080 resolution image.

​We can decode the Bayer colour stream or use the monochrome version of the camera.

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We can utilise multiple SSDs in a RAID like configuration or newer NVMe disks to allow the high speed camera recordings. Our hardware solutions are based on high frame rate graphics cards and monitors.

We use the Stemmer Imaging Common Vision Blox software and so can support many other cameras, resolutions and frame rates.