Sierra-Olympic Technologies has signed an agreement with Leonardo DRS to become its US master distributor of commercial uncooled thermal camera cores
Infrared and thermal cameras
Laser Components has been working with Xenics, a world leading manufacturer of array detectors that span the short wave infrared region of the spectrum
Sierra-Olympic Technologies introduces the Vayu HD, an uncooled thermal camera with high definition (1920 x 1200 pixels) and capable of 1080p output
Teledyne Dalsa will demonstrate its Wafer-Level-Packaged 320 x 240 vanadium oxide microbolometer at the upcoming Defence & Security Equipment International Show
FLIR announces the FLIR Duo Pro R dual sensor thermal imaging and mapping system for commercial drones.
Lock-in thermography can be used with the EVT's EyeCheck Thermo IR camera
Thermographic cameras for mobile applications have hugely developed technically in recent years. At the same time, the demand for these cameras has risen noticeably. InfraTec, one of the leading suppliers in this sector, now presents with the compactIR 400 an affordable and yet powerful inspection camera that stands out significantly from its competitors.
Sierra-Olympic Technologies announced the new Viento HD IP67, a full HD 1080p thermal camera with an IP67 environmentally-rated enclosure
Teledyne DALSA has launched its Calibir GX series of long wave infrared (LWIR) cameras for industrial vision applications
MicroScan significantly increases the geometrical resolution capability of the ImageIR camera series
Greg Blackman asks what it takes to commercialise new imaging technology
Embedded vision, deep learning, and Industry 4.0 could all have a big impact on the machine vision sector in the future. Three experts give their opinions
Andrew Williams explores the production and automation markets in China, India and other fast-growing nations
Pierre Cambou, imaging activity leader at Yole Développement, analyses the merger and acquisition landscape for machine vision
Following a successful European Machine Vision Forum, which brought together representatives from industry and research, Professor Bernd Jähne at the HCI, Heidelberg University and a board member of the European Machine Vision Association, argues collaboration between industry and academia is now more important than ever