Vision & Sensors Exclusives

Machine Vision Sales in North America Down 4% through September

 The decrease in total machine vision sales resulted primarily from the weakening of machine vision system sales through September 2012, which fell 5%.   

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Inspection on the Surface

When we talk about diffuse lighting, we really mean uniform light intensity from all directions.  This really isn’t possible unless you intend to perform your inspection within an integrating sphere.

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The Challenge:

Reducing Seismic Risk for an Ancient Roman Amphitheater

The purpose of the system is to continuously monitor static and dynamic measurements from distributed sensors inside the Arena di Verona.

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First Images from FluxData's Multispectral Camera Captured from International Space Station

The system’s Green, Red and Near-infrared spectral response bands were selected to emulate those of the Landsat 7 satellite and provide many of the same benefits for vegetation and moisture discrimination, monitoring and identification.
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Lower Operating Expense Augments Digital X-Rays' Uptake Across Industries

Technological improvements help digital X-rays close the cost gap with film radiography.
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Software: Quality Inspection Beyond Color

The 2-CCD camera extends machine vision inspection to applications involving shape.
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Vision & Sensors 101: The LED Basics

Light output per LED has doubled about every two years since 1970. Learn more about this growing technology.

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Q&A: Selecting Lenses for Machine Vision Systems

If you’re looking to implement machine vision at your location, understanding your needs before purchasing makes it easier to design the right system.
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Vision & Sensors: Infrared Imaging-Seeing Infrared

Infrared imaging meets machine vision applications.
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Seeing Through Defects

IDS machine vision cameras locate the smallest defects in twenty football fields of parquet flooring.
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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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