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MVTec’s deep learning tool provides means to label data simply and efficiently

10 November 2020

Matthew Dale explores the software to simplify the management and labelling of deep learning data

Classification of nuts as good or bad using Specim’s FX17 camera

10 November 2020

Optical design is crucial in enabling wider adoption of hyperspectral imaging, finds Andy Extance

10 November 2020

Keely Portway surveys the latest advances in colour imaging, creating fresh opportunities in certain applications

An Illustration of the surface of PAN fibres (left) and carbon fibres after spreading (right). Credit: Fraunhofer IGCV and Chromasens

10 November 2020

Work is underway to build a vision system to detect defects in webs of composite materials

26 October 2020

Greg Blackman tries to put a figure on the cost of vision technology

26 October 2020

Keely Portway looks at the trials and tribulations of bringing new technology to market, particularly in a pandemic

26 October 2020

Prof Dr Bernd Jähne, chair of EMVA 1288 and senior professor at HCI, Heidelberg University, gives a preview of release 4.0 of the EMVA standard 1288

26 October 2020

Anne Wendel, director of VDMA Machine Vision, on the difficulties the machine vision sector is facing, and why there are still plenty of positives

MVTec’s Halcon software library includes a deep learning OCR tool with pre-trained fonts from a wide range of industries. Credit: MVTec

03 August 2020

Matthew Dale explores vision solutions for code reading and inspection in pharmaceutical production

03 August 2020

Keely Portway looks at the latest vision technology used to inspect solar cells

Engineers at KYB in front of a pick-and-place solution for handling steel metal cylinders. Credit: Pickit

03 August 2020

Car manufacturing has been hit hard by Covid-19, but the need for automation on production lines has not diminished, as Greg Blackman finds out

04 June 2020

How will the world feed 10 billion people by 2050 with no new land for agriculture? Greg Blackman speaks to machine builder Bühler about how optical sensing can maximise yield in grain processing

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