Editor's picks

Greg Blackman on how advances in lighting, optics, and sensor technology are turning hyperspectral imaging into an industrial inspection tool

Dr Reinhard Heister at VDMA Robotics and Automation on the plans for the new OPC Vision standard

Teledyne Technologies has acquired the scientific imaging businesses of Roper Technologies, including Princeton Instruments, Photometrics and Lumenera, for $225 million

News

21 January 2019

Sofradir and its subsidiary Ulis are investing €150 million in the French initiative Nano 2022 to develop the next generation of infrared detectors

11 January 2019

The World Wildlife Fund and Flir Systems are supplying rangers across 10 parks and game reserves in Kenya with thermal imaging cameras in an effort to stop illegal rhino poaching

03 January 2019

Teledyne Technologies has acquired the scientific imaging businesses of Roper Technologies, including Princeton Instruments, Photometrics and Lumenera, for $225 million

12 December 2018

Shufersal, Israel’s largest supermarket chain, has signed an agreement to install computer vision startup Trigo Vision’s automated retail platform across its 272 stores

12 December 2018

The VDMA expects turnover in the German machine vision industry to remain static in 2018, at €2.6 billion. This follows growth of almost 18 per cent in 2017

12 December 2018

The number of visitors to the Vision Stuttgart trade fair in November increased by 14 per cent compared to the 2016 event

11 December 2018

The private equity fund Ambienta, which recently sold Lakesight Technologies, has bought Image S, an Italian distributor of machine vision products

Analysis & opinion

03 January 2019

Dr Reinhard Heister at VDMA Robotics and Automation on the plans for the new OPC Vision standard

11 December 2018

Dr Guillaume Girardin, at Yole Développement, sets out some of the forces driving the growth of 3D imaging and sensing technologies

11 December 2018

David Dechow, at Integro Technologies, discusses vision system integration, a discipline that remains as strong as ever as new imaging technologies become more readily available

Features

03 January 2019

Greg Blackman on how advances in lighting, optics, and sensor technology are turning hyperspectral imaging into an industrial inspection tool

03 January 2019

Warehouses are becoming highly automated facilities that rely to a large extent on vision, as Andrew Williams discovers

03 January 2019

Matthew Dale discovers embedded processing and new CMOS technology are bringing advances to medical and life science imaging

03 January 2019

Greg Blackman reports on the latest lens technology presented during Vision Stuttgart, including optics designed to withstand shock

Webcasts

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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