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The next issue of VISION Focus will be published in January and will focus on biomedical imaging applications and sensor technology. Vision Focus will also be distributed at the SPIE BiOS, Photonics West and Medical Imaging shows taking place in San Francisco and San Jose respectively.

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Highlights in the Autumn issue include:
  • Cognex upbeat after best-ever quarter
  • NIL Technology launches flat NIR metalenses – ready for mass production
  • Hokuyo and SiLC hook up on chip-scale lidar for machine vision
  • Osaka University observes one million cells in single field-of-view
  • Fraunhofer IOSB develops novel Advanced Occupant Monitoring System
  • Jülich Research Center develops novel infrared detector for smart phones
  • Leak-detecting quantum camera can cut oil and gas industry emissions
  • SPIE Remote Sensing: Earth observations yield new insights
  • ESA cameras capture Venusian data during historic double flyby
  • ams Osram shrinks camera modul

    Autumn 2021

Highlights in the Summer issue include:
  • Advanced core processing: new robot technology appealing to apple growers
  • Messe Stuttgart ‘doing everything we can’ to ensure that in-person VISION 2021 will be a success
  • Imaging robots assist emergency services after Florida tower disaster
  • Medical imaging firm Indago wins $10M funding and becomes Lazurite
  • Excelitas Technologies to acquire CMOS camera specialist PCO
  • Elbit Systems wins $29M contract for US Army night vision goggles
  • Silina launches curved CMOS sensors that can be made on industrial scale
  • Wide-angle monitoring meets high-resolution capture in new camera platform
  • Ottawa researchers develop ‘barrel-eliminating’ optical element
  • Teledyne FLIR launches FLIR MR265 Moisture Meter and Thermal Imager
  • Basler and Variscite expand collaboration for embedded vision
  • plus the latest product launches from within the industry

Summer 2021

Highlights in the Spring issue include:
  • Zeiss camera revolutionizes quantitative petrography
  • Olympus broadens endoscopy spectrum with Quest acquisition
  • Phase-changing metalens focuses without moving
  • Teledyne hopeful of imaging rebound
  • Intel's Mobileye outlines auto lidar plan
  • Cognex reports ‘record’ results for its first quarter of 2021
  • Zebra Technologies launches industrial MV and fixed scanning system
  • Jenoptik wins $64M of automation and traffic orders in North America
  • Portable gamma ray camera could help speed up cancer diagnosis
  • Flir Systems works with Neurala to develop AI-driven cameras for Industry 4.0
  • Covid 19: Autonomous vehicle technology helps people keep their distance
  • QLM lands £3M seed fund for quantum lidar gas imaging
  • 3D holographic head-up display could improve road safety
  • Plus some of the latest product announcements from the imaging and machine vision industry.

Spring 2021

Highlights in the Winter issue include:
  • Zivid Two 3D camera brings ‘human-like’ vision to pick-and-place robotics
  • ams boosts factory productivity with new high-speed industrial image sensors
  • Teledyne lines up $8BN FLIR acquisition
  • SCAMP Intelligent processor chip means ‘intelligent’ cameras move a step closer
  • 3D imaging with LEDs and smartphone points to simpler machine vision
  • FLIR bags $23M in orders from US Customs and Border Protection
  • ORC and Pointcloud develop chip lidar to improve machine vision
  • Osram and Chronoptics partner to create 3D ToF camera kit
  • Mobileye selects Luminar lidar for autonomous vehicle pilot
  • imec and Ximea co-develop industrial grade hyperspectral imager
  • German team develops ‘smart’ camera with high spatial, temporal resolution
  • €26M round to expand diffractive optics production at NIL Technology plus the latest product launches from within the industry

Winter 2021

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