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Cognex has strengthened its position in 3D vision with a number of recent company acquisitions in the area, as Greg Blackman discovers


Barry Warzak, owner and founder, Midwest Optical Systems


Embedded processing is opening up a huge market for imaging, a market that machine vision suppliers are trying to tap into. Greg Blackman attended the Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara, where Allied Vision launched its new camera platform


Rob Ashwell looks at how vision fits into the battery of sensors onboard autonomous vehicles


The harvesting process could be on the verge of a complete overhaul thanks to machine vision, finds Matthew Dale

Analysis and opinion
Analysis and opinion