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INDUSTRY

IBM and MIT join forces to develop computer vision lab

29 September 2016
IBM Research and MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences have set up a joint laboratory to advance the field of computer vision

TECHNOLOGY

Vision-enabled underwater Arctic robot selected as finalist for European student design contest

27 September 2016
An underwater vision-equipped robot designed for Arctic research has been selected as a finalist for the Northern European Student Design Contest

TECHNOLOGY

Retina-like image sensors to guide asteroid mission

27 September 2016

TECHNOLOGY

Snapshot multispectral imaging camera to aid coastal rescue

27 September 2016

INDUSTRY

$24m US imaging science centre established

27 September 2016

INDUSTRY

Online embedded vision community established

12 September 2016

INDUSTRY

VDI standard introduces indicators to classify vision system capability

5 September 2016

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Analysis & Opinion

Vision award shortlist announced

19 September 2016
Five companies have been shortlisted for the Vision Award at the upcoming Vision trade fair. Imaging and Machine Vision Europe looks at the technology chosen by the jury

Business in Brazil: still giant automation potential in the tropics?

1 September 2016
Yesterday, Brazil's Senate voted to impeach President Dilma Rousseff for manipulating the budget. Yet despite the country being in the midst of a recession, Brazil is still a huge market for automated solutions, writes J. Rizzo Hahn, CEO of Brazilian automation company, Pollux Automation

Brexit uncertainty hurts European vision market, says UKIVA

12 July 2016
Denis Bulgin speaks to two senior members of the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) - Mark Williamson, former UKIVA chairman, and Paul Wilson, UKIVA vice chairman - to examine the prospects for the UK and European vision markets following Britain's decision to leave the EU