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Vision & Sensors: USB 3.0 Interface: USB 3.0 Is Here!

To say that SuperSpeed USB-also known as USB 3.0-is generating significant industry buzz, would be an understatement.
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Sensors: Magneto-Optical Sensors

The reliable use of magnetic materials requires exact information of magnetic field distribution, for instance within the production process, as part of the quality management process as well as in the field of research and development.
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Optics and Vision in Solar Manufacturing

Fast optical vision significantly increases production yield and reduces human error.
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Camera and Sensor Technology: Development Trends in Cameras and Sensors

Today’s machine vision cameras and sensors come in a multitude of resolutions, optical formats and technologies.
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Gige Cameras: GigE Vision 2.0 Has Arrived

This new release tries to build on previous successes by improving the connection to faster sensors.
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Color Imaging: Color: It's Not Always What You See

Color is a versatile, non-contact method to identify materials and material variations and its wave properties are commonly used for gauging.
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Case Study: Customer Requirements Define 3CCD

It was a call from a European pharma organization with a particularly challenging inspection that led to PPT Vision’s investigation of three charge-coupled-device (3CCD) camera technology.
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Connectors and Cables: Connectors and Cables 101

Fully understanding the application will help ensure that the cabling and connectors utilized provide the expected performance and durability.
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Case Study: Nikon Metrology iNexiv Helps FMI Master Critical Medical Component Molding

iNexiv adds speed and quality to ultra-clean molding of silicone components that go into lifesaving medical devices.
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eXtra: The Essentials of Product Identification Using Machine Vision

A barcode is a symbol that conveys information about the product to which it is attached. It is generally a pattern of black and white lines or dots that cannot be read by humans, but can be read by machines called barcode readers.
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 In honor of World Quality Month, we spoke to James Rooney, ASQ Past Chairman of the Board of Directors 2013, for his take on quality around the world.
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