The New Year issue of Imaging and Machine Vision Europe is out now!
Happy New Year from Imaging & Machine Vision Europe, where we are pleased to announce the launch of our latest print issue!
This month, we delve into the world of hyperspectral Earth imaging vision, exploring how the latest orbital imaging techniques are addressing the demands of the Earth imaging industries.
We also learn how event-based vision sensors are evolving to address the internet of things and other low-power, small-form-factor applications; we explore the increasingly powerful combination of machine vision and machine learning in healthcare; look at how to integrate multiple cameras in embedded vision set-ups and examine how deep learning can be used to optimise vision inspection.
Plus your usual round-up of technical focuses; product information and news:
Imaging and machine vision news
Hongsuk Lee, founder and CEO of Neurocle, explores the many benefits of deep learning, as well as the roadblocks preventing its widespread adoption in machine vision
A boom in satellite activity and capability is attracting more entrants to hyperspectral imaging from orbit and driving a giant leap forward in technological capacity, reports Andrei Mihai
Event-based vision sensors are evolving to address the internet of things and other low-power, small-form-factor applications, says Luca Verre
From monitoring the elderly, to blood imaging and in vivo microscopy, machine vision and machine learning are an increasingly powerful combination in healthcare
Maharajan Veerabahu, co-founder of e-con Systems, highlights the benefits and challenges in deploying multi-camera vision solutions
A look at the commercial lens and optics offerings for imaging
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