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The advancement of different digital technologies is one of the main drivers for the development of image sensors. Functions that were previously independent or could not be integrated can currently be packed into one device.
Previously considered bulky, expensive and complex to interpret, machine vision technology has undergone continuous improvements to become an integral part of quality control for industrial or manufacturing production lines.
A high-performance imaging system with 26 digital cameras puts an SUV instrument-panel-carrier to the ultimate test.
The decrease in total machine vision sales resulted primarily from the weakening of machine vision system sales through September 2012, which fell 5%.
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.
The purpose of the system is to continuously monitor static and dynamic measurements from distributed sensors inside the Arena di Verona.
On-Demand Telecentric lenses have existed for decades, but are not available on every microscope be system. "Telecentricity" is an important design feature of an optical system, in which all rays passing through the system are very nearly collimated and parallel to the optical axis in the image space, the object space, or both.Read More
The 22nd Annual AIA Business Conference brings key vision and imaging industry executives together for insightful talks, relevant panel discussions and outstanding networking.Read More