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Stemmer Imaging orders rebound in second half of 2020

25 March 2021

The effects of the pandemic were felt by Stemmer Imaging in the 2020 fiscal year, however, with revenue at €105.2m compared to €120.6m in 2019

Six images at relevant wavelengths to differentiate tumour cells. Credit: CEA-Leti

CEA-Leti's spectral imaging tech spots 94% of cancer cells

18 March 2021

CEA-Leti scientists have developed a lensless, infrared spectral imaging system for medical diagnostics. It plans to commercialise the technology through a start-up

Professor Dr Bernd Jähne will give online training on the new standard as part of the Framos course on 19-20 May

Release 4.0 of EMVA1288 addresses non-linear cameras

17 March 2021

The European Machine Vision Association has announced release 4.0 of its 1288 standard for characterising industrial cameras

Lynred and NIT to build next-gen SWIR sensors

08 March 2021

Lynred will invest €2.8m in R&D to develop small pixel pitch SWIR detectors, while New Imaging Technologies has partnered with the French National Research Agency on SWIR quantum dot sensors

Flir revenue up 2% to $1.9bn for 2020

02 March 2021

Revenue for the company's Industrial Technologies unit was $1.16bn, an increase of 5.9 per cent compared to the prior year, largely because of demand for elevated skin temperature solutions

Teledyne e2v and Yumain collaborate on AI vision

02 March 2021

Teledyne e2v and Yumain aim to make AI technology more accessible by addressing challenges associated with AI

Active Silicon bought for £6.3m by electronics firm Solid State

01 March 2021

Through the acquisition Solid State will further its operations in machine vision, while Active Silicon will have resources to develop its embedded computing and AI capabilities

Amazon launches vision service for manufacturing

01 March 2021

Amazon Lookout for Vision is a cloud service, providing a machine learning model that customers can train with their images to spot production defects

Khronos and EMVA to explore embedded vision standards

22 February 2021

Participants in the Embedded Camera API Exploratory Group will discuss requirements for new interoperability standards to accelerate market growth and reduce development costs

Embedded World to host free-to-attend vision panel discussion

19 February 2021

On 4 March, panellists from Basler, MVTec, Sick, and Amazon Web Services will discuss developments in embedded vision during the Embedded World digital show. IMVE's Greg Blackman will moderate

Swivel chair and screen at 40m - picture taken with a 32 x 16-pixel sensor. Credit: Pointcloud and ORC

Silicon photonics lidar raises 3D imaging performance

18 February 2021

Researchers in Southampton, UK and San Francisco have developed a lidar sensor that could pave the way for low-cost, high-performance 3D imaging

The Ceneri Base Tunnel

High-speed video in tests of new Alps train tunnel

12 February 2021

Video recorded at 2,800 frames per second has been used to test high-speed trains travelling through the newly opened Ceneri Base Tunnel in Switzerland

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