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Vision to cut downtime for pharma production line changes

27 June 2019

Crest Solutions has carried out a study to identify how vision technology can reduce downtime during pharmaceutical production line changeovers

Reconstruction of traffic signs with high-resolution colour non-line-of-sight imaging using conventional CMOS cameras sensors

Computer vision for seeing around corners presented at CVPR

21 June 2019

Carnegie Mellon University showed a non-line-of-sight imaging technique able to compute millimetre- and micrometre-scale shapes of curved objects

SPIE acquires Xmark Media to run Photonex UK trade fair

21 June 2019

The organiser of Photonex, Xmark Media, has been bought by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics

Lidar creates 3D effects for Game of Thrones

13 June 2019

Lidar technology from Teledyne Optech has helped create visual effects and 3D spatial data acquisition for HBO’s Game of Thrones

SWIR and depth sensors up for Laser World of Photonics award

12 June 2019

Trinamix, SWIR Vision Systems and Emberion have been shortlisted within the imaging and sensors category of Laser World of Photonics’ first innovation award

Lettuce imaging is tip of the iceberg

11 June 2019

Researchers at Earlham Institute have developed a machine learning platform to categorise lettuce crops using computer vision and aerial images

Graphene sensor at Laser Munich to lower cost of SWIR imaging

10 June 2019

Graphene Flagship partner, Emberion, is launching a VIS-SWIR graphene photodetector at Laser World of Photonics. The technology has been shortlisted for an innovation award at the Munich trade fair

Sofradir and Ulis merge to streamline operations

05 June 2019

Sofradir and its subsidiary Ulis have merged to become one company called Lynred to shorten time-to-market of new products

Engineers – let us know what’s bothering you!

30 May 2019

Imaging and Machine Vision Europe is searching for engineers working with imaging to help shape the topics we cover. If you have opinions on what we should be covering, please fill out our reader survey. We'd love to hear from you!

Stemmer Imaging buys Infaimon for bin picking tech

28 May 2019

Stemmer Imaging has acquired Spanish firm Infaimon for a deal reported to be in the low tens of millions of euros

Dr Johannes Meyer (left) and EMVA president Jochem Herrmann

Light field inspection wins Johannes Meyer EMVA award

20 May 2019

Dr Johannes Meyer, a PhD graduate from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, has been presented with the European Machine Vision Association’s Young Professional Award

Join our reader panel to shape Imaging and Machine Vision Europe

15 May 2019

Imaging and Machine Vision Europe is assembling a panel of readers to help it improve the content it delivers – and is inviting vision integrators, vision end users, academic working groups, and vision innovators to apply

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