Teledyne’s Scientific Imaging group, part of Teledyne Technologies [NYSE: TDY], is pleased to announce its new Kinetix22 scientific CMOS camera which delivers an unmatched combination of speed, sensitivity, low noise, and resolution.
Lens adapters from Resolve Optics Ltd. are characterised by their ability to change the field of view or image format of the lenses they are designed for, while maintaining high resolution, distortion-free images.
Quanergy Systems, Inc., a leading provider of OPA-based solid state LiDAR sensors and smart 3D solutions for automotive and IoT, today announced the successful driving demonstration of its S3 Series LiDAR, a true so...
Teledyne is pleased to introduce the MicroCalibir™, a new compact, low-power camera platform. This latest uncooled thermal camera platform features the smallest VGA IR core module on the market, making it ideal for OEM drones, handhelds, helmet-mounted and vehicular integration products.
Precision sensor supplier Micro-Epsilon has extended its optoNCDT ILR2250-100 range of non-contact laser distance sensors to include a version with IO-Link, a widely used industrial communications networking standard (IEC61131-9) for connecting digital sensors and actuators to industrial fieldbus or Ethernet networks.
On 1 August, the shareholders of IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH appointed Alexander Lewinsky to the management board.
The demand for robot-based automation of pick-and-place applications in logistics, warehousing, commissioning or packaging is high.
Optical Surfaces Ltd. announce a new series of Reflective Beam Expanders with an output clear aperture of 75mm and a selection of magnifications, which are designed for researchers requiring high performance and ease-of-use.
Strong and sturdy: uEye FA industrial cameras are particularly robust and therefore ideally suited for demanding environmental conditions, for example in factory automation.
The development of a camera with a curvy and adaptable imaging sensor that could enhance image quality in night-vision goggles, endoscopes, fish-eye cameras and artificial compound eyes has been reported by Cunjiang Yu, Bill D. Cook Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Houston.