2D & 3D MACHINE VISION SYSTEMS AND INDUSTRIAL BARDODE READERS
Cognex Corporation is the world's leading provider of vision systems, vision software, vision sensors, and industrial ID readers used in the manufacturing automation field. Gibson is the exclusive distributor for these technologies throughout the northeast United States - providing sales, technical/application support and classroom-based training.
In-Sight® D900 Vision System with In-Sight ViDi
In-Sight® ViDi™ deep learning tools are deployed on the In-Sight D900 smart camera without the need for a dedicated PC. These Deep Learning solutions learn to spot patterns and anomalies from reference image examples, unlocking a new era of quality control through machine vision and revolutionizing how cameras are programmed. The In-Sight D900 is the solution for complex inspection applications that until now still required human inspectors.
DataMan 8700 Handheld Barcode Reader
The DataMan 8700 series handheld barcode readers decode the toughest direct part mark (DPM) and label-based codes while withstanding harsh oils, dirt, and water. A built-in display screen enables quick setup and operator feedback, and the readers are equipped with the latest patented decoding algorithms, HDR technology, high speed liquid lens, and a multi-core processor to read codes in well under 150 milliseconds.
Cognex Product Solutions
Cognex Tools & Downloads
Cognex Product Videos
In-Sight 2000 Vision Sensor
3D-A1000 Dimensioning System
Cognex Training Options
Learn more about our classroom-based training on the Cognex Products:
Cognex In-Sight Basic Training
Cognex In-Sight Advanced Training
Cognex In-Sight ViDi Standard Training
Have a Vision Application?
Learn more about the Gibson Engineering Vision Lab and our vision application evaulation process - see your parts tested under the latest camera, lensing, and lighting technologies to start your next project with confidence.
Cognex advanced machine vision & industrial barcode reader systems deliver instant improvements to any manufacturing process, enabling products to be made at higher speeds, without defects and at lower cost.
Typical applications for machine vision include detecting defects, monitoring production lines, guiding assembly robots, and tracking, sorting and identifying parts - reach out to the team at Gibson Engineering to start testing this technology today!