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Boa 200

Teledyne Dalsa has released the Boa 200, a higher-performance addition to the Boa family of smart camera products

All part of the process

The British Machine Vision Conference is due take place at the beginning of September, an event with machine vision in the title - but, confusingly, focusing on academic algorithm development and computer vision. Greg Blackman asks what industrial image processing can learn from academia

ISTECH provides turnkey custom automation solutions for a variety of industries using advanced computer and automation technologies

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If you haven’t incorporated machine vision on your automation line or machines recently, you could be missing out on some powerful and cost-effective solutions that you probably didn’t know were out there. Take it from Andy Wright, Manager of Automation Engineering at ISTECH (Dover, PA), which provides turnkey custom automation solutions for a variety of industries using advanced computer and automation technologies.

Genie TS

Teledyne Dalsa has expanded its Genie TS camera series with the addition of new 2M and 4M monochrome models

Image analysis for product quality

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Image analysis and machine vision have a common goal of extracting information from digital images. They differ mostly in what objects or parts they are applied to and the type of information extracted. Both use image processing - computations that modify an input image to make image elements more obvious. As examples, image processing is used to compensate for variations in lighting and to enhance the edges of objects. Machine vision is primarily concerned with locating, identifying, measuring and inspecting manufactured parts such as fasteners (bolts, screws, etc.). Image analysis is primarily concerned with measuring natural or non-manufactured parts and patterns. Applications include classifying and counting biological cells and characterising particles, textures or foams.

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