IDS Imaging presents intelligent, camera-based tool protection in stamping and forming technology.
University of Arkansas researchers received a $4.4 million award from the U.S. Office of Naval Research to develop the next generation of infrared sensors used in night vision technology.
The Model 290 from Resolve Optics is a motorised 6x non-browning zoom lens with a range of mechanical options to optimally suit different applications that may be subject to radiation.
Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University have developed a robotic cane with a 3D visual positioning system and camera that offers new hope to visually impaired and blind people.
With the introduction of uEye XCP, uEye XLE, and Ensenso S, camera specialist IDS proves that industrial-grade image processing technology does not have to be expensive. New helpful tools, such as attention maps, illustrate how the camera AI works and makes decisions.
Today, Xenics announced the addition of new camera members to the popular Bobcat 320 family, a best seller in the industry, including an extremely affordable SWIR camera.
NIT has designed a low price point SWIR camera, the WiDy SenS 320, which integrates our latest dual-mode NSC 2001 InGaAs focal plane array, QVGA resolution, delivering up to 1K fps full-frame, available both with USB3 and CamLink video output.
NIT is pleased to introduce its latest member of the popular SWIR WiDy SenS family. The WiDy SenS 640H-STE was designed for UAV gimbal and PZT manufacturers who want to integrate a SWIR channel in their systems.
Resolve Optics offers an OEM design, develop and supply service for camera, instrument and sensor manufacturers looking to upgrade or replace hard to source or obsolete optical components.
The perceived quality of smooth, defect-free surfaces is determined by the look and feel, colour and shape consistency of the surface.