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Where Is Machine Vision Going Next?

Where Is Machine Vision Going Next?

Did you know that the earliest machine vision concepts date back to the 1930s? One of the first applications for machine vision and automation was using food sorting machines outfitted with filters and photomultiplier detectors. Since then, machine vision has come a long way, thanks to improved cameras and computer processing power. But where is machine vision going next?

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How 3D Imaging Is Making Train Commuting Safer

How 3D Imaging Is Making Train Commuting Safer

Researchers are always looking for practical ways to use new technologies to overcome longtime problems. Railroad rails are constantly subjected to severe stress. Heavy traffic, mile-long trains, braking, and acceleration put train tracks to the test. Fortunately, 3D imaging is making train commuting safer by improving the inspection process.

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Why You Need to Know About Hyperspectral Machine Vision

Why You Need to Know About Hyperspectral Machine Vision

Giving machines the ability to “see” through cameras and other sensors was a significant milestone for the growth of automation and artificial intelligence. At first, the scientists and engineers developing vision technologies were content with simply trying to mimic the abilities of the human eye. Hyperspectral imaging goes beyond those abilities to capture even more information. Here’s what you need to know about this growing trend in machine vision.

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How LiDAR & Embedded Vision Increase Safety in Autonomous Vehicles

How LiDAR & Embedded Vision Increase Safety in Autonomous Vehicles

Automakers are side-by-side in a road race to develop the world’s first fully autonomous vehicles. Manufacturers hope cars that can drive themselves will reduce accidents, improve traffic flow, and allow humans to escape mundane commutes. LiDAR and embedded vision are two vision technologies poised to increase safety in autonomous vehicles.

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Improve Data Collection Using Drones

Improve Data Collection Using Drones

As the Information Age roars on, the human desire to collect data and integrate it into modern technology continues to grow. Drones have allowed humans to easily pay a virtual visit to remote locations that are hard to reach because of harsh environments and natural disasters. Integration with smart glasses is giving drone operators the ability to improve data collection methods with their own eyes.

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