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Basics of Understanding Machine Vision

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Machine vision (also called “industrial vision” or “vision systems”) is the use of digital sensors (wrapped in cameras with specialized optics) that are connected to processing hardware and software algorithms to visually inspect…pretty much anything. Machine vision is a true multi-disciplinary field, encompassing computer science, optics, mechanical engineering, and industrial automation. While historically the tools of machine vision were focused on manufacturing, that’s quickly changing, spreading into medical applications, research, and even movie making.

X-ray detectors

Teledyne Dalsa has introduced four dynamic X-ray detectors at the RSNA 2014 Technical Exhibition, November 30 to December 4, 2014, at McCormick Place in Chicago

Vision Systems – What you need to know

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Vision systems are a primary consideration for any manufacturer who is looking to improve quality or automate production, but choosing systems that match your application and ownership requirements can be confusing. Knowledge of the types of systems on the market and the factors to consider when integrating vision will help implementers keep costs low and inspection robustness high.

Geva-312T

Teledyne Dalsa has expanded its Geva family of multi-camera vision systems with the GEVA-312T

Waste not, want not

Greg Blackman on the inline inspection solutions employed on packaging lines that are helping reduce food waste

Rad-icon 1520 detector

Teledyne Dalsa, a specialist in digital X-Ray image sensors, has introduced the first in its Rad-icon series of CMOS X-Ray cameras

The colour of money

Tom Eddershaw finds that, with new polymer banknotes entering circulation in various countries, colour imaging systems that offer extended sensitivity into the infrared and ultraviolet are needed to inspect the printed money

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