Features

CCD374 for Sentinel-4 Earth observation satellite. Credit: ESA

07 December 2022

The different requirements of industrial and space imaging have led to distinct sensor development paths that diverge and intersect in interesting ways, as Benjamin Skuse finds out

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22 November 2022

Clever manipulation of light is allowing researchers to image deeper into tissue to ultimately further our understanding of the brain. Abigail Williams investigates

One of SweGreen's eight vertical farm units that it operates across Sweden. Credit: SweGreen

15 November 2022

Automation, lighting regimes, and hyperspectral imaging are unlocking vertical farming’s full potential, finds Benjamin Skuse

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14 November 2022

There’s a renaissance underway in shortwave infrared imaging as thin-film photodetectors come online. Tim Hayes reports

Setup of combined hyperspectral and fundus camera at Peter Stalmans’ lab at KU Leuven. Credit: Imec/KU Leuven

01 November 2022

Investigations are underway into using hyperspectral imaging to screen for a host of medical conditions, as Abigail Williams finds out

Nerian Vision’s stereo vision cameras incorporate an FPGA for real-time 3D imaging. Credit: Nerian Vision

31 October 2022

High-speed 3D cameras were in full force at Vision Stuttgart. Alice Rolandini Jensen explores the technology

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25 October 2022

Although open-source software is practically ubiquitous in the IT world, there will likely always be a place for proprietary machine vision offerings, finds Benjamin Skuse

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21 September 2022

In a post-pandemic world, the need for efficient, optimised factories has never been greater, finds Andrei Mihai

Microcracks can eventually cause an entire panel to shatter. Credit: Teledyne Dalsa

21 September 2022

How companies are balancing the demands of increasing inspection speed while making the process more efficient. By Holly Cave

Inspecting tortillas on a high-speed packaging line. Credit: Scorpion Vision

20 September 2022

Packaging lines are becoming more automated thanks to vision, especially lines processing food and fresh produce, as Abigail Williams finds out

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23 August 2022

We round up some of what will be on display when the Vision show opens its doors

The Stemmer Imaging UK team celebrating the 35th anniversary, with Mark Williamson central on one knee. Credit: Stemmer Imaging

22 August 2022

Stemmer Imaging celebrated its 35th anniversary this year. We spoke to Stemmer’s Mark Williamson about adapting to a maturing vision sector

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