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


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


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


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


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