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Computer vision Professor honoured with China Friendship Award

8 October 2014
A Cardiff University Professor specialising in computer vision has received China's prestigious Friendship Award - the nation's highest honour awarded to foreigners


Industrial robot sales to grow 15 per cent in 2014, says IFR report

6 October 2014
Installations of industrial robots are expected to grow by 15 per cent in 2014 compared to 2013, with most of the growth driven by the Asian markets, according to a report from the International Federation of Robotics


Implant and camera restore sight to the blind

6 October 2014


Gigapixel camera to improve skin cancer detection

6 October 2014


Miniature camera to improve driver assistance systems

6 October 2014


Cancer-detecting camera inspired by shrimp

2 October 2014


Ancient clay figurines analysed with hyperspectral imaging

1 October 2014


Analysis & Opinion

Vision Award shortlist announced

18 September 2014
Messe Stuttgart has announced the shortlist for this year's Vision Award, with six entries making the final cut

Integrator standard targets vision end-users and suppliers alike

1 September 2014
Greg Blackman speaks to Markus Maurer about a new standard specification sheet the VDI and VDMA Machine Vision are designing to help integrate vision systems

The drug discovery challenge and how imaging can help

20 August 2014
Nate Holmes, product manager for machine vision and motion control at National Instruments, finds that sophisticated imaging systems are required for high-content screening used in drug discovery. Here, he reports from the Vision Summit at this year's NIWeek, which took place in Austin, Texas at the beginning of August