Editor's picks

Matthew Dale explores how machine vision integrators are responding to new demands in the pharmaceutical industry

The UK is up to 20 per cent less productive than its major competitor countries because it is not investing in automation, Mike Wilson at the British Automation and Robot Association said at UKIVA's machine vision conference in Milton Keynes. Greg Blackman reports

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News

Reconstruction of traffic signs with high-resolution colour non-line-of-sight imaging using conventional CMOS cameras sensors

21 June 2019

Carnegie Mellon University showed a non-line-of-sight imaging technique able to compute millimetre- and micrometre-scale shapes of curved objects

21 June 2019

The organiser of Photonex, Xmark Media, has been bought by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics

13 June 2019

Lidar technology from Teledyne Optech has helped create visual effects and 3D spatial data acquisition for HBO’s Game of Thrones

12 June 2019

Trinamix, SWIR Vision Systems and Emberion have been shortlisted within the imaging and sensors category of Laser World of Photonics’ first innovation award

11 June 2019

Researchers at Earlham Institute have developed a machine learning platform to categorise lettuce crops using computer vision and aerial images

10 June 2019

Graphene Flagship partner, Emberion, is launching a VIS-SWIR graphene photodetector at Laser World of Photonics. The technology has been shortlisted for an innovation award at the Munich trade fair

05 June 2019

Sofradir and its subsidiary Ulis have merged to become one company called Lynred to shorten time-to-market of new products

Analysis & opinion

20 June 2019

The UK is up to 20 per cent less productive than its major competitor countries because it is not investing in automation, Mike Wilson at the British Automation and Robot Association said at UKIVA's machine vision conference in Milton Keynes. Greg Blackman reports

Zeiss's Smartzoom 5 digital microscope can remove glare from images by using angular illumination

23 May 2019

Reporting from the EMVA’s business conference in Copenhagen, Greg Blackman discovers how angular illumination and computational imaging can dramatically improve the resolution of a system

22 May 2019

Greg Blackman reports on the discussion around embedded vision at the European Machine Vision Association’s business conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in mid-May

Features

26 June 2019

Matthew Dale explores how machine vision integrators are responding to new demands in the pharmaceutical industry

26 June 2019

Keely Portway looks at new terahertz and infrared technologies being developed to inspect aircraft

26 June 2019

CCS now offers a range of OLED industrial lighting panels, which are opening up new possibilities in machine vision, writes Paul Downey, marketing manager at CCS Europe

26 June 2019

Suprateek Banerjee, VDMA Robotics and Automation, gives an update on OPC Machine Vision, which provides uniform integration of machine vision systems into higher IT production systems

Webcasts

14 May 2019

The webcast explores the latest equipment for imaging in the shortwave infrared, including a SWIR camera based on a colloidal quantum dot sensor

04 October 2018

Covering infrared and hyperspectral techniques, this webcast looks at how imaging technologies are being used across a wide range of food and beverage applications

04 July 2018

In this webcast, our panel of experts tackle some of the greatest challenges for machine vision integrators when it comes to illumination

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