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The Moon landing was 50 years old in 2019. Zeiss lenses were used to capture this image

The best of 2019

The last year has been one of consolidation for the machine vision industry, along with a slowdown in the markets that machine vision serves

Astronaut Edwin Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot, walks on the surface of the Moon. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, commander, took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera. Credit: NASA

One giant leap: Zeiss recalls Moon landing lens work

On the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing on 20 July 1969, Zeiss has described how, in less than nine months, it built the camera lens used to capture the iconic images during the Apollo 11 mission

Zeiss acquires metrology firm Gom

Gom’s technology, which includes non-contact 3D sensors and scanners for surface metrology, will now be part of Zeiss’s industrial metrology and quality assurance portfolio

Best practice for buyouts

Greg Blackman reports from the European Machine Vision Association’s business conference, where a panel of industry experts were gathered to give advice on navigating the acquisition process

PiWeb

With ZEISS PiWeb, ZEISS has now enhanced its software for quality data management

Industrial lenses

The new Zeiss industrial lenses with an M42 thread mount feature a compact size, good image quality and a robust, all-metal body

Smartzoom 5

Zeiss presented an automated digital microscope, the Smartzoom 5, at the trade show Control from 6-9 May

Lightsheet Z.1

Zeiss has developed a light sheet microscope for 3D observations of biological samples over very long periods of time

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