Editor's picks

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

Our panellists will discuss the latest advances in neural network-based approaches to vision applications, and give advice on what engineers should focus on to develop a successful AI vision project

Greg Blackman reports on how the heads of AIA, VDMA Machine Vision, EMVA, and UKIVA assess the impact of the pandemic on the vision sector

News

26 November 2020

The partnership between the European Machine Vision Association and the European Photonics Industry Consortium will bring together their respective members

Benedikt Karolus, COO of HD Vision Systems

17 November 2020

HD Vision Systems was founded in 2017 and is now conducting a number of pilot projects with its Lumiscan camera

12 November 2020

The firm generated €77.4m so far this year; third quarter revenue was €25.2m, 10 per cent above the previous quarter

10 November 2020

Ernst Rauscher founded vision firm Rauscher in Munich, Germany in 1984. He was one of the pioneers of the vision industry

10 November 2020

Orders taken by the company have weakened over the second and third quarter of 2020, but the expectation is an improvement in Q4

05 November 2020

The Silky EvCam is designed to address a range of industrial machine vision applications, such as high-speed counting and vibration monitoring

04 November 2020

Jonathan Hou joined Pleora in 2018 as chief technology officer. He replaces Harry Page, who, along with the firm's chief financial officer, Mike Kelly, announced his retirement

Analysis & opinion

23 November 2020

As AMD buys Xilinx and Nvidia acquires Arm, we ask two industry experts what this could mean for the vision sector

10 November 2020

Greg Blackman explores the efforts underway to improve connectivity in factories

06 November 2020

Greg Blackman reports on how the heads of AIA, VDMA Machine Vision, EMVA, and UKIVA assess the impact of the pandemic on the vision sector

Features

MVTec’s deep learning tool provides means to label data simply and efficiently

10 November 2020

Matthew Dale explores the software to simplify the management and labelling of deep learning data

Classification of nuts as good or bad using Specim’s FX17 camera

10 November 2020

Optical design is crucial in enabling wider adoption of hyperspectral imaging, finds Andy Extance

10 November 2020

Keely Portway surveys the latest advances in colour imaging, creating fresh opportunities in certain applications

An Illustration of the surface of PAN fibres (left) and carbon fibres after spreading (right). Credit: Fraunhofer IGCV and Chromasens

10 November 2020

Work is underway to build a vision system to detect defects in webs of composite materials

Webcasts

06 November 2020

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

06 November 2020

Our panellists will discuss the latest advances in neural network-based approaches to vision applications, and give advice on what engineers should focus on to develop a successful AI vision project

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

18 November 2020

The white paper describes how one of Pleora's customers has benefited from the firm's AI Gateway product, which simplifies the deployment of machine learning to improve quality inspection. Working with existing hardware and software, the embedded platform integrates plug-in AI skills, a user-friendly approach to algorithm training, and powerful processing to support more advanced machine learning and computer vision algorithms.

03 November 2020

Deep learning image analysis is opening factory automation opportunities across a wide range of industries. However, plant managers rightly hesitate to risk their existing qualified processes in favour of a new technology’s potential rewards. Here are five areas to consider before deploying a first pilot project to avoid costly missteps and lost time.

30 October 2020

This white paper describes the benefit of performing free space optical communication in the SWIR wavelength range, and how the C-Red 3 SWIR camera is well suited for acting as the detector in an adaptive optics loop for wavefront sensing

Viewpoint

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