Teledyne Dalsa

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.



Teledyne Dalsa

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


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