Analysis & opinion

20 January 2020

Generating growth from research and development can be a challenge. Julian Heaton, at Innovate UK, looks at the support available from the UK government to encourage innovation

13 January 2020

Vassilis Tsagaris and Dimitris Kastaniotis at Irida Labs say an iterative approach is needed to build a real-world AI vision application on embedded hardware

Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin of the Rocks. Copyright: The National Gallery, London

20 December 2019

Giorgia Marucci from Pro-Lite Technology visits the National Gallery in London to find out how hyperspectral imaging was used to reveal the history behind Leonardo da Vinci’s The Virgin of the Rocks

19 December 2019

Jin Pan, chairman of the China Machine Vision Union, updates on the machine vision market in China

12 December 2019

A year before the Vision 2020 trade fair, Florian Niethammer, at Messe Stuttgart, assesses the changes taking place in the machine vision market

10 December 2019

How do users choose the best lens for an imaging system? The answer is Modulation Transfer Functions, Edmund Optics’ Dr Boris Lange explained in our latest webcast

09 December 2019

Dan McCarthy, contributing editor for the Association for Advancing Automation in the US, reports on training programmes available for the modern machine vision engineer

03 December 2019

Following speaking at Embedded Vision Europe, Pierre Gutierrez, lead machine learning researcher at Scortex, writes about the challenges of deploying deep learning on the factory floor

02 December 2019

Takashi Someda, CTO at Hacarus, on the advantages of sparse modelling AI tools

Depth map from the SceneScan. Credit: Nerian Vision

21 November 2019

Dr Konstantin Schauwecker, CEO of Nerian Vision, describes the firm’s stereo vision sensor for fast depth perception with FPGAs

14 November 2019

Danny Reed, head of education and skills, PPMA Best, on the charity’s work to increase the number of female engineers

MVDK evaluation board with MIPI CSI-2 sensor and CXP interface board. Credit: Euresys

07 November 2019

Greg Blackman finds that purchasing IP cores for FPGAs is one way to reduce time-to-market for camera production