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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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Digital Advances: Work Smarter

Digital advances spark greater productivity in metallurgical laboratory environments.
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Sensor Components: A Comparison of Non-Contact Displacement Sensors

The technology is typically used in applications where fast displacement changes have to be acquired or where a longer service life of the sensor is required.
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Integration: How to Manage Machine Vision Integration

Though technical skills help, it’s all about communication.
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Achieving Human-Inspired Bipedal Robotic Walking With LabVIEW

By developing a controller based on LabVIEW, National Instruments achieved stable, efficient, human-like bipedal walking on an underactuated robot through human-inspired feedback control strategies. The key benefits of this solution include reduced control complexity; reduced power requirements and minimal sensing requirements
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High-Speed Imaging: High-Speed Imaging for Online 3-D Measurement

The technology has achieved accuracy and processing performance that allows for integration in online production processes.
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Smart Cameras: Smart Cameras Get Smarter

The latest generation of vision systems has been dominated by the rapid evolution of Smart Cameras.
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Case Study: Smart Cameras Bring Benefits to Auto ID Apps

Many manufacturers are looking to incorporate additional inspection capabilities into this process to address increasingly strict quality requirements.

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Case Study: Case Packing Made Better With Machine Vision

Beverage manufacturer uses smart camera-based packaging inspection system to eliminate orientation and count errors.
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The Wisconsin Heart Hospital Becomes the World's First to Use the Leonardo 3D Vision System

This event marks a major milestone in the expansion of stereoscopic 3-D visualization within the robotic and video-assisted surgical fields.
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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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