TEN SLOVAKIA Ltd. expands its technological capabilities with an iSpeed 220 high speed camera

The TEN SLOVAKIA Ltd. team is pleased to announce that they have expanded their technological capabilities by adding an iSpeed 220 high speed camera to their pool of equipment. The camera enables the validation of their 3D modelling simulations. It was purchased after winning a tender published by a non-profit organization called Széchenyi Programiroda Nonprofit Kft in 2017, under registration number Baross-17/KKV. The amount received through the tender was 15.000,- EUR (4.668.450 Ft) while their own contribution was EUR 10.250 (3.179.450 Ft).

Keeping pace with the current technology trends and advancements, it is inevitable that physical prototypes are replaced by their digital equivalents, 3D CAD models. These can be created much faster and are just as reliable.

iSpeed 220 enables the team to analyse the dynamics of any material in-house, expanding their R&D capabilities and their solutions offerings. This enables the company to respond to the market needs even more comprehensively, offering digital simulations that have been validated on physical models. 

“Our aim is to set up a laboratory that offers the opportunity to R&D engineers to closely monitor the changes in materials in time, where the acceleration of dynamic strain could be chosen from within the values of <0÷10g>; at the same time ensuring that all changes caused by strain are observed and evaluated with the precision of 0.0003 [ms]. This precision offers the opportunity to validate material models, which is important in forecasting failures such as pipeline breaks or the explosion of high-pressure vessels. We can also offer models that can be used in the defence sector,“ said Pavel Elesztos, director of TEN SK.

iSpeed 220, equipped with a high-definition 1600×1600 CMOS sensor, can take as many as 600 pics per second; at full speed, it can take as many as 204.100 pictures per second. Given its compact size, it can be mounted onto microscopes or it can be built into spaces where access is limited. 


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