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Deep Detection raises €1m to launch X-ray QC tech

18 November 2021

Founded in July 2020, Deep Detection is a spin-out from the Institute de Fisica d’Altes Energie in Barcelona. It will target the food sector initially

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Robot vision installed to handle teacups

17 November 2021

An Italian porcelain manufacturer has automated production of its teacups with a vision-guided pick-and-place system

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Project to assess thermal imaging for self-driving trucks

11 November 2021

Plus, a provider of technology for self-driving trucks, will explore adding Teledyne Flir's thermal cameras into its sensor stack for level 4 autonomous driving

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Vision firms battle with soaring bookings

11 November 2021

Basler's bookings are up 85 per cent over the first nine months of the year, while Stemmer Imaging's order intake is up 49.1 per cent

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Videology bought by InTest for £12m

29 October 2021

The acquisition strengthens InTest’s portfolio for the life science and industrial markets

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SWIR Vision Systems raises $5m for quantum dot sensors

19 October 2021

The company’s Acuros extended SWIR camera reaches 2.1 megapixel resolution out to 2,000nm wavelengths

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US integrator, Integro, bought by Kaman Distribution Group

14 October 2021

Kaman distributes more than six million items. The company has 220 locations across the US and Puerto Rico, with approximately 2,000 employees

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Vision Stuttgart attracts 5,400 visitors as industry reunited

08 October 2021

Christian Vollrath at Wenglor: ‘Compared with trade fairs featuring a machine vision area, the discussions are deeper and more detailed [at Vision Stuttgart].'

The GrAI Matter Labs team winning the award in Stuttgart. Credit: Landemesse Stuttgart GmbH

AI processor wins start-up award at Vision

08 October 2021

GrAI Matter Labs says its vision inference processor is 20 times more efficient in terms of inferences per second per Watt than a Google Edge TPU or an Nvidia Jetson NX

Luca Verre, CEO of Prophesee collecting the award. Credit: Ingrid Mazzega

Prophesee's event-based vision wins Vision Award

06 October 2021

Martin Wäny of the judging panel called event-based vision a 'new paradigm' in imaging technology

The Industrial Vision Days was attracting a crowd. Credit: Ingrid Mazzega

Demand for vision high, VDMA reports, as Vision show opens

05 October 2021

Mark Williamson, the chairman of the board of VDMA Machine Vision, said that growth in the vision sector will be slowed by the shortage in electronic components

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GML and Framos to launch AI vision at Vision Stuttgart

04 October 2021

The Life-Ready AI for industrial vision platforms will combine a vision inference processor from GrAI Matter Labs with Framos’s D435e depth camera

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