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Vorsprung durch photonik

Machine vision technology is improving quality control in automotive manufacturing, writes Abigail Williams

Teledyne Dalsa

Teledyne Dalsa (1F62) will unveil its first 5GigE area camera, a multi-line CMOS line scan camera, and a multi-array CMOS TDI camera.

Teledyne Dalsa’s new Linea ML 8k and 16k cameras offer high speed and high-resolution mono, colour, and multispectral imaging. Independent start and stop of integration for each array allows versatile illumination configurations in a single scan using pulsed LED lighting technologies.

Seeing beneath the surface

Matthew Dale discovers that polarised imaging could soon see a surge in uptake in industrial inspection, thanks to a new sensor from Sony

Meeting automation challenges with vision-guided robotics

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Industrial robots can cut costs and increase productivity in virtually every manufacturing sector, but they have a major shortcoming - they can’t 'see'. Now a new generation of robots guided by advanced machine vision is taking robots far beyond the repetitive tasks typically found in mass production.

 

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Teledyne Dalsa has prepared an industry preview of its newest and most advanced multi-line CMOS cameras

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