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The Harvesters (1565), by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

24 February 2020

Greg Blackman speaks to Dr Richard Dudley about the National Physical Laboratory’s 3D imaging rig, which will be scanning wheat in crop breeding trials this summer

Cubert's Ultris 20 hyperspectral snapshot camera provides a more reliable alternative for aerial surveillance than conventional line scan cameras

24 February 2020

Matthew Dale explores the emerging alternatives to push broom hyperspectral imaging

24 February 2020

Keely Portway on the importance of vision for robots working in warehouses

Visualisation of the movements of road users in the city of Umeå. Besides counting the tracking over multiple counting lines, Viscando also analysed the tendency for traffic conflict. Credit: Viscando

12 February 2020

Greg Blackman explores the vision and AI technology transforming our roads, as the transport sector gathers for the Intertraffic Amsterdam trade fair

Pegnitz river in Nuremberg

12 February 2020

Vision technology will be one of the highlights at Embedded World in Nuremberg. Here, we preview what to expect

The sensor of SWIR Vision Systems' Acuros CQD 1920 camera

19 December 2019

Matthew Dale finds that new sensor technologies based on quantum dots are set to bring down the cost of shortwave infrared imaging

19 December 2019

Greg Blackman explores the cameras used to capture extremely rapid events

19 December 2019

Keely Portway finds out how vision technology is playing a role in medical diagnosis

19 December 2019

Bob McCurrach, director of standards development at AIA, updates on the progress being made in GigE Vision

22 November 2019

Matthew Dale explores Industry 4.0 and machine vision’s role in the connected factories of the future

Surface-based matching in Halcon, from MVTec Software

22 November 2019

Greg Blackman looks at the latest techniques to capture and analyse 3D image data

22 November 2019

Keely Portway finds out how vision is being used to gather data about consumers

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