Lenses

NET New Electronic Technology

NET is a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of innovative camera technology, components and software for industrial and medical applications. Our portfolio includes compact and remote video cameras, cameras with integrated image processing, smart vision systems, software for machine vision/real-time algorithms, lenses, illumination and cables.

Edmund Optics

Edmund Optics®, headquartered in the USA, offers precision optics, assemblies and imaging products. With manufacturing facilities in the US and Asia and global sales representatives, EO has the world's largest inventory of optical components (> 27,200) for immediate delivery, standard or customized, in small quantities or for volume production.

ATD Electronique

For more than 25 years, ATD Electronique, European Distributor and Rep, offers innovative Imaging Solutions, including sensors (SONY, CMOSIS, AWAIBA, FAIRCHILD IMAGING, etc.), controllers & interface ICs, ISPs and design solutions (HELION), Liquid Lenses and Optics for the development of camera systems dedicated to Security, Automotive, Medical, and Machine Vision.

Alrad Imaging

ALRAD IMAGING is one of Great Britain's foremost vision distributors for Machine Vision, Industrial Inspection, Scientific, Research and Microscopy applications. We sell a very wide range of CCD and CMOS cameras, lenses, frame grabbers, imaging software, lighting solutions for imaging applications and a whole range of Machine Vision accessories.

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Gareth Powell, marketing manager for the high performance imaging division at e2v

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Matthew Dale speaks to Specim about the burgeoning industrial spectral imaging camera market

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Rob Ashwell on the advances being made in robot guidance, from the rise of robotics in warehouses to lighting control for robot-vision systems

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Greg Blackman looks at the intricacies of inspecting fabrics, a market that offers big returns on investment for an automated vision system if it can deal with product variation

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Matthew Dale finds that optical inspection techniques are improving upkeep and the running of rail networks