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Highlights in the Summer issue include:
  • UCLA researcher visualizes neural stem cell behavior on International Space Station
  • Global slowdown prompts 190 job losses at Cognex
  • Hyperspectral imaging via smartphone reveals hemoglobin levels
  • FLIR reveals $100M surge in orders for elevated skin temperature screening
  • Blu-ray diodes recruited in fight against Covid-19
  • Optical satellite data shed light on airborne Covid transmission
  • Coronavirus news and countermeasures from the photonics industry
  • OmniVision launches wafer-level camera module for driver monitoring
  • Olympus to sell off historic imaging business
  • Mitsubishi Electric develops cooperative AI for human–machine work

Summer 2020

Highlights in the Spring issue include:
  • Jenoptik Vector cameras to boost traffic safety in Vision Zero projects worldwide
  • Basler launches embedded vision system for cloud-based machine learning
  • Yole senses rapid market growth as time-of-flight devices proliferate
  • Cognex wary with key markets in transition
  • Atlas Copco makes $1.2 BN bid for MV firm Isra Vision
  • Researchers combine spectroscopy technique with video-rate imaging
  • OmniVision and Artilux collaborate on 3D infrared sensors
  • Prophesee and Sony develop stacked ‘event-based’ vision sensor
  • Borescope and optical gas imaging camera from FLIR help gas firms improve safety
  • Measuring building deformations from 10m away
  • Plus some of the latest products on the market

Spring 2020

Highlights in the Winter issue include:
  • AR vision technology aids surgeons in operating theater
  • Toshiba, Gestamp collaborate on vision project to improve welding
  • FLIR Systems and ANSYS to advance thermal camera machine learning for safer cars
  • 'Ghost imaging' speeds up super-resolution microscopy
  • Carl Zeiss Meditec bucks the trend with record sales
  • NIST high performance camera could detect extraterrestrial life, dark matter
  • Heliogen claims solar thermal breakthrough
  • LZH presents anti-weed laser system at Agritechnica
  • Acquisitions keep Jenoptik sales on track
  • CES 2020: Photonics technologies power industry and consumer innovations
  • plus the latest product launches from within the industry

Winter 2020

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