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2005-08-16 Design PC-based line-scan imaging systems
Line-scan imaging systems rely on motion to capture an area image, which is completely different from the simple exposure method
2015-04-09 Compact line scan cameras come in GigE vision models
The recently released Linea GigE cameras from Teledyne DALSA promise to offer high speed and flexibility, and help minimise the cost of inspection for various applications.
2006-04-25 Atmel expands line scan camera offering
Atmel announced the latest addition to its AViiVA line scan camera family which is dedicated to industrial machine vision applications.
2014-10-22 Multispectral camera offers independent RGB+NIR outputs
The Piranha4 2k quadlinear line scan camera from Teledyne DALSA is available in 2k resolution, with 14.08um pixel size and delivers a maximum line rate of 70kHz.
2009-07-03 Panavision, Tower team on linear image sensors
Panavision Imaging LLC and Tower Semiconductor Ltd have announced production of Panavision's family of DLIS-2K re-configurable line scan CMOS image sensors.
2014-10-13 CMOS cameras focus on machine vision apps
The 8k line scan camera from Teledyne flaunts high responsivity in the visible and NIR wavelengths; multiple user coefficient and FFC calibration sets; and support of camera link cables up to 10m.
2015-11-24 Ams buys advanced area, CMOS image sensor company
Ams entered a deal to acquire 100 per cent of the shares in CMOSIS, a provider of advanced area and line scan CMOS image sensors for high-end imaging applications, in an all-cash transaction.
2012-07-24 Roll-to-roll processing for small molecule flexible OLED devices
Read about a roll-to-roll line designed to carry out research and develop flexible OLED lighting modules.
2015-01-22 Report: CMOSIS mulls IPO
CMOSIS is a fabless CMOS image sensor vendor and has developed IP related to high-end CMOS image sensors such as global shutter pixels, fast and low-noise ADCs, BSI and increased dynamic range.
2011-07-04 NI touts industry's 'first' high-throughput frame grabber
National Instruments' PXI frame grabber boasts throughput as high as 850MB/s and 512MB of DDR2 onboard acquisition memory.
2011-06-24 Module touts revolutionary PXI frame grabber
National Instruments launched PXIe-1435, which is said to deliver the industry's highest throughput PXI frame grabber.
2011-01-24 LED analysis, wafer inspection tools launched
KLA-Tencor debuts Klarity LED, ICOS WI-2220
2016-02-19 Hyperspectral sensors flaunt extended near infrared range
Imec showcased a set of hyperspectral sensor and camera solutions with extended spectral range, going from the visible light up to near infrared, featuring 140+bands in the 470nm to 900nm range.
2013-02-05 Hyperspectral imager ready for industrial vision apps
imec's latest product monolithically integrates hyperspectral filters on a CMOSIS CMV4000 imager and scans 100 spectral bands in the 600-1000nm wavelength range.
2007-11-09 FPGA simulators produce CameraLink images
GiDEL has announced their new PROC_CamSim product that can automatically generate CameraLink images during image and vision system development without the use of real cameras.
2007-05-09 Four-axis motion control card has modularized design
Adlink Technology Inc. announces the PCI-8154, a cost-effective four-axis pulse train modularized motion control card for controlling steppers, servos and linear motors.
2013-09-27 Enable depth discernment in embedded vision apps
Explore the depth sensor technology alternatives available for building vision applications with the ability to sense objects in three dimensions.
2007-01-16 CCD sensors target inspection apps
Aimed at high-speed industrial, print web and x-ray inspection applications, Sarnoff Imaging Systems has released its 8k linear CCD sensors for standalone purchase.
2003-12-02 Atmel camera targets imaging apps
Atmel Corp. has announced the availability of the AT71XHD, called the AKYLA HD, which is a highly dynamic 12-bit camera.
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