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On 4 March, panellists from Basler, MVTec, Sick, and Amazon Web Services will discuss developments in embedded vision during the Embedded World digital show. IMVE's Greg Blackman will moderate

Vision Components MIPI modules can be connected to various embedded processors, including Nvidia Jetson boards

Greg Blackman examines the effort that goes into creating an embedded vision system

The UK Industrial Vision Association’s Neil Sandhu and Allan Anderson assess some of the implications of the trade deal between the EU and the UK

News

22 February 2021

Participants in the Embedded Camera API Exploratory Group will discuss requirements for new interoperability standards to accelerate market growth and reduce development costs

19 February 2021

On 4 March, panellists from Basler, MVTec, Sick, and Amazon Web Services will discuss developments in embedded vision during the Embedded World digital show. IMVE's Greg Blackman will moderate

Swivel chair and screen at 40m - picture taken with a 32 x 16-pixel sensor. Credit: Pointcloud and ORC

18 February 2021

Researchers in Southampton, UK and San Francisco have developed a lidar sensor that could pave the way for low-cost, high-performance 3D imaging

The Ceneri Base Tunnel

12 February 2021

Video recorded at 2,800 frames per second has been used to test high-speed trains travelling through the newly opened Ceneri Base Tunnel in Switzerland

12 February 2021

Cognex's revenue was $811m for the year, a 12 per cent year-on-year increase thanks to higher revenue from consumer electronics and e-commerce

Lacera wafer

10 February 2021

The firm's Lacera technology delivers greater than 90 per cent quantum efficiency and low noise architecture with up to 18-bit readout

09 February 2021

French firm New Imaging Technologies has joined the effort to produce SWIR image sensors with smaller pixels

Analysis & opinion

17 February 2021

The UK Industrial Vision Association’s Neil Sandhu and Allan Anderson assess some of the implications of the trade deal between the EU and the UK

Credit: Flir

22 January 2021

Dimitrios Damianos and Eric Mounier at Yole Développement examine the market landscape after the $8bn purchase

12 January 2021

Dr Chris Yates, director of Vision Ventures, gives his take on Flir's acquisition by Teledyne Technologies

Features

18 February 2021

Greg Blackman speaks to Imec’s Paweł Malinowski about the institute’s new quantum dot SWIR sensor

Hyperspectral imaging can be used to check for blemishes on food packaging lines. Credit: Brillopak

18 February 2021

Matthew Dale finds out how vision is enabling smaller batch sizes to be processed on packaging lines

Vision Components MIPI modules can be connected to various embedded processors, including Nvidia Jetson boards

17 February 2021

Greg Blackman examines the effort that goes into creating an embedded vision system

17 February 2021

Keely Portway finds out how imaging is helping keep cyclists and pedestrians safe

Webcasts

03 December 2020

The panellists discussed the latest advances in neural network-based approaches to vision applications, and gave advice on what engineers should focus on to develop a successful AI vision project

30 November 2020

Our panel of experts discussed how vision can help advance robot automation and improve uptake of robotics in manufacturing

02 November 2020

Following on from our panel discussion back in April, Imaging and Machine Vision Europe invited back our experts to review how the machine vision industry has been coping with the impact of Covid-19

White papers

15 February 2021

Deep learning is a key enabler of Industry 4.0 in the manufacturing sector where machine vision is an important contributor. This white paper from Matrox Imaging details how and where machine vision benefits from deep learning technology, and how to get the best out of deep learning for machine vision.

01 February 2021

This white paper explores how machine vision automates and optimises processes in agriculture. From industrial-scale agricultural enterprises to small farms, everyone is relying more on digital technologies in line with smart farming.

Images from different types of BGA

11 December 2020

Chromasens’ Dr Maximilian Klammer and Daniel Dürhammer describe a 3D imaging system to inspect ball grid arrays

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