Over 900 exhibitors from 42 countries will be presenting state-of-the-art solutions of the embedded technologies sector at the Embedded World Exhibition & Conference, from construction elements and modules to operating systems, hardware and services that meet the industry’s most rigorous standards.
The show will see the European premiere of Artec Leo, the most advanced handheld 3D scanner on the market to date. Building on Artec’s scanning expertise, this scanner revolutionizes the industry. Leo features an in-built touchscreen and battery, which gives you unparalleled freedom of movement – no need to connect the scanner to a laptop or tablet during scanning.
Data is processed onboard, meaning you can see scans captured in real time on Leo’s screen. The scanner features the NVIDIA Tegra mobile platform, which is its own internal computer with FPGA, CPU and GPU processors running Leo’s own software. You can get a preview or a ready-for-print model of your object, and if you need to modify the scans, simply transfer them to your computer via Wi-Fi, Ethernet streaming or the scanner’s SD card.
With the 80 frames per second capture rate and enlarged field of view, you can scan much faster than before. Together with the new approach to data processing and the sleek hardware design, you get the impressive 3D resolution of up to 0.25 mm and 3D point accuracy of up to 0.1 mm, which guarantees sublime quality of scans.
Along with Leo, you’ll be able to see Artec’s award-winning scanners in action, Eva and Space Spider. These metrological tools are used in a countless number of industries to take precise measurements of manufactured items, digitize machines or their parts in order to reverse engineer them, design customized prosthetic devices in minimum time – applications are limitless.
Processing scans in Artec Studio 11 software ensures that you get an accurate model of your object in the most effortless way – the program offers to build it using the Autopilot mode, meaning the data will be cleaned, aligned and fused automatically. Alternatively, you can work with the data in the manual mode.
A recent addition to the family of Artec 3D scanning products that will be showcased at the Embedded World expo is RoboticScan, which is a UR3 robotic arm manipulating an Artec Space Spider scanner. This setup was designed to automatically digitize large sets of objects while eliminating the human error factor, which makes it an ideal solution for industries like e-commerce. The robot’s software calculates the optimal trajectory to move the scanner around the object in order to capture the entire surface and produce the most precise full-color 3D model.
Where: Artec scanning solutions will be exhibited on the NVIDIA stand (4A-518, NürnbergMesse, Nuremberg, Germany)
When: March 14-16
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