The latest issue of Imaging & Machine Vision Europe is out now!
Here at Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, we’re pleased to announce the launch of our new print issue!
This month, we delve into the world of 3D vision, exploring how the latest commercial 3D cameras are addressing the demands of the packaging and semiconductor industries. We also learn how synthetic data is poised to dramatically reduce the cost and time required to create data sets for training AI, and how Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) can be deployed to equip cameras with faster, dependable data transmission in high-bandwidth applications.
Now you can preview some of the articles from the new issue on our website! From the latest news stories and features to analysis and cutting-edge products, here's a snapshot of what you’ll find in the latest print issue of Imaging & Machine Vision Europe:
- Advantech acquires BitFlow to address high-end vision market
- Computer vision advances understanding of lithium-ion batteries
- Researchers cut cost of high-speed imaging using ‘off the shelf’ components
- New ‘hadar’ thermal imaging method shows promise for night vision applications
Features and analysis
Exploring some of the latest machine vision developments increasing the accuracy and throughput capabilities of some of the world’s largest firms
3D imaging solutions are helping semiconductor chip manufacturers meet the industry’s unparalleled requirement for precision, accuracy and scale
Torsten Wiesinger shares how RDMA can empower Ethernet-based cameras with faster, dependable data transmission in high-bandwidth applications
The emergence of synthetic data is a game-changer for firms looking to reduce the costly and time-consuming process of creating data sets for training AI, shares Dr Michael Suppa