Pleora Technologies

Internal imaging

Miniature image sensors and LED chips in endoscopes are enabling doctors to look further inside the body to diagnose medical conditions, and cameras are now even placed inside pills that the patient swallows. Beth Harlen investigates

Driven by vision

Within the automotive industry, machine vision has become the eye of production, as Beth Harlen finds out

GigE Vision IP core platform

Pleora Technologies has increased design flexibility for imaging device manufacturers by expanding its market-proven GigE Vision IP core platform to include support for field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) from both Xilinx and Altera

Sensor evaluation kit

Pleora Technologies has introduced an evaluation kit that helps manufacturers quickly and cost-effectively assess image sensor performance to speed the design of advanced medical and scientific imaging systems

Transcoder Gateway

Pleora Technologies is now shipping its Transcoder Gateway following extensive field trials in transportation, defence and security, and industrial automation applications

iPort CL-GigE frame grabber

Pleora Technologies is expanding its portfolio of extreme temperature products with a new external frame grabber that converts Camera Link Base configuration cameras into GigE Vision 2.0 cameras

Probing fluorescence

Jessica Rowbury reports on the latest trends in imaging for fluorescence microscopy, including the move toward scientific CMOS technology

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