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Work to begin on camera API standard

19 January 2022

Khronos and EMVA have formed a working group to develop an open API standard for camera control to improve interoperability

DeGould's Auto-compact inspection system. Credit: DeGould and Sony

Drive-through 61MP vision checks Range Rovers for dents

19 January 2022

Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull plant employs an inspection system made by DeGould incorporating arch lighting, AI, and 61-megapixel Sony cameras

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Milk vodka distiller's labelling 100% proof with vision

18 January 2022

Ontario-based Dairy Distillery, which turns dairy by-products into vodka, has installed machine vision to add decision support to its labelling process

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Emberion raises €6m for SWIR nanomaterial imager production

12 January 2022

Jyrki Rosenberg, CEO of Emberion: 'We are disrupting multiple imaging markets by extending the wavelength range at a significantly more affordable cost.'

Imec researchers on-board the parabolic flight. Credit Imec

Imec scientists reach zero-G to test lens-free imaging

12 January 2022

Imec showed that its lens-free imaging for blood cell imaging could operate in microgravity and could be used for diagnostic testing of astronauts

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David Dechow joins Landing AI as VP of vision tech

12 January 2022

Dechow's 35 years of experience in machine vision will enhance Landing AI’s mission of bringing deep learning-based inspection to manufacturing

Eyeonic vision chip. Credit: SiLC Technologies

SiLC targets robot guidance with chip-scale lidar

20 December 2021

SiLC announced a collaboration with Hokuyo Automatic to develop 4D lidar solutions for industrial and robot applications

From left: Chong Yoon Foo (Basler), Hyunki Cho (Datvision), Kim Jonghwan (Iovis), Dr Dietmar Ley (Basler). Credit: Basler

Basler acquires Korean sales partners

20 December 2021

The purchase of Datvision and Iovis follows Basler's acquisition of MVLZ in China in 2018 to give Basler a direct route to market in these regions

Images taken with STMicroelectronics' 940nm NIR Quantum Film sensor (top left) and with its 1,400nm SWIR QF sensor (bottom left). Corresponding images taken using a visible smartphone camera (right). The QF NIR image shows better contrast between black electrical wires hidden in the dark green leaves, and tree trunks and branches hidden in front of the dark wood fence. The SWIR QF image shows how effective it is to use SWIR imaging to see through a silicon wafer. Credit: STMicroelectronics

ST's quantum dot sensor set for volume SWIR imaging

15 December 2021

STMicroelectronics presented a quantum dot shortwave infrared sensor, with a 1.62µm pixel pitch and QE of 60 per cent, at the International Electronic Devices Meeting

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Researchers achieve 3D imaging through single optical fibre

10 December 2021

Scientists have built a time-of-flight imager from a single optical fibre, while a group in the US has developed a camera the size of a grain of salt

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Tracking space debris among projects by event-based inventors

07 December 2021

Prophesee has highlighted development work using neuromorphic sensing with the launch of its Inventors Community

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Photoneo raises $21m for Brightpick logistics automation

07 December 2021

The 3D imaging firm has announced a new business unit, called Brightpick, which provides automation systems for warehouses based on autonomous mobile robots