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The next issue of VISION Focus will be published in October and will focus on opto-electronic systems, applications in sensing and manufacturing. The autumn edition of VISION Focus will be supported with a bonus distribution at the EMVA Embedded Vision Forum Europe, SPIE Optics+Photonics and the European Machine VISION Forum.
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July/August
Highlights in the July/August issue include:
  • North America MV market grows by 10% in 2018
  • Stemmer expands with acquisition of Infaimon
  • Realistic people for virtual worlds
  • Facial recognition spots happy pigs
  • NIR sensor targets AR/VR eye-tracking, facial ID security
  • Improved mid-infrared imaging spots signature of cancers
  • Hyperspectral imaging and metasurfaces combine for novel biosensing platform
  • Plus a look at some of the latest products available at the Lase show and wider imaging applications

July 2019

April/May
Highlights in the April/May issue include:
  • VR vison systems lets users see the world through the eyes of a primate
  • MIT imaging systems spots tiny tumoirs
  • Flir and WWF unite to combat rhino poaching in Kenya
  • Sofradir and ULIS to invest €150M in French Nano 2022 program
  • Cognex impresses with another record year
  • Plus a roundup of some of the latest product launches from within the industry

April 2019

January/February
Highlights in the January/February issue include:
  • AI system learns to diagnose and classify intracranial haemorrhage
  • Stemmer and Cognex both report healthy revenues
  • ams and Qualcomm to co-develop ‘active stereo camera’ for mobile £D apps
  • Nikon allies with Velodyne Lidar
  • Roper sells scientific imaging brands to Teledyne
  • Vision 2018: Sony presents evolutionary suite of cameras, software
  • Vision 2018: industry enjoys record 2017 sales growth
  • Vision 2018: New launches round-up
  • Plus the latest products available at Photonics West

January 2019

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