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Imaging on the edge

Greg Blackman visited the Embedded World conference and exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany, at the end of February to find vision in abundance

NI CVS-1459RT vision system

NI, the provider of solutions that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world's greatest engineering challenges, has announced a compact solution for high-speed vision applications

The drug discovery challenge and how imaging can help

Nate Holmes, product manager for machine vision and motion control at National Instruments, finds that sophisticated imaging systems are required for high-content screening used in drug discovery. Here, he reports from the Vision Summit at this year's NIWeek, which took place in Austin, Texas at the beginning of August


National Instruments has released the NI CVS-1457RT compact vision system. The device is powered by a 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor and features two independent GigE Vision ports

State of play

What are the key talking points for the vision industry as we move into 2014? We asked a number of industry experts for their views on the current state of the industry and the year ahead

SuperSpeed interface to be adopted super fast

Carlton Heard at National Instruments says USB3 Vision, the new machine vision standard based on USB 3.0, can only lead to more industrial cameras embedded in machinery. And, he says, its uptake could be faster than all other vision standards that have come before it


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