Austrian Institute of Technology

A 3D point cloud of a coin, which has metallic, glossy surfaces and a really fine surface structure. Credit: AIT

Advancing inline inspection

Matthew Dale investigates the technology behind inline computational imaging

The Austrian Institute of Technology's 3D surface scanner. Credit: AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

Four firms make Vision Award shortlist

The Austrian Institute of Technology, HD Vision Systems, Prophesee and Zeiss have been recognised by the judges, with the award to be presented at Vision in Stuttgart

AI in machine vision panel discussion

The panellists discussed the latest advances in neural network-based approaches to vision applications, and gave advice on what engineers should focus on to develop a successful AI vision project

A setup for photometric stereo imaging in which multiple lights are used to illuminate an object from different directions. Credit: Advanced illumination

Guided by the light

Matthew Dale explores the power of computational imaging, all made possible by clever illumination

The Moon landing was 50 years old in 2019. Zeiss lenses were used to capture this image

The best of 2019

The last year has been one of consolidation for the machine vision industry, along with a slowdown in the markets that machine vision serves

Lessons in training neural nets

Limited data is a common problem when training CNNs in industrial imaging applications. Petra Thanner and Daniel Soukup, from the Austrian Institute of Technology, discuss ways of working with CNNs when data is scarce

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