|Lower Electronic Noise Enhances Atmospheric Gas Sensing 25 Jul|
Electronic noise can mask other noise sources. Lowering that noise allowed Aerodyne researchers to produce trace gas instruments with low parts-per-trillion detection range
|See, recognize, grasp 09 Jul|
The goal of the Swiss company Asyril is to improve the performance of assembly robots. It uses sophisticated image processing systems to facilitate the gripping of bulk material components by robots in production, relying on an innovative idea and on industrial cameras from SVS-Vistek.
|USING A SINGLE VERSUS MULTIPLE CAMERAS IN AERIAL IMAGING 08 Jul|
The Advantages of Using Mulitple Cameras For Aerial Imaging
|THz spectroscopic imaging at kHz pixel rates 17 Jun|
The fastest imaging technique: Combining high-speed ASOPS and efficient THz generation antenna allows for spectroscopic imaging at 10 kpixels/s acquisition speed and excellent signal-to-noise ratio.
|Exploration of Fluorescence Theory and System Design 07 Jun|
This application note explores fluorescence in general and different suitable set-ups. It also gives insight into the theory of fluorescence spectroscopy.
|Extensive Guide to Laser Optics Metrology 24 May|
Laser applications demand high levels of precision to ensure performance, consistency and reliability. Accurately measuring the properties of laser optics components is a crucial part of the manufacturing process: If you can’t measure it, you can’t make it! This four page review is designed to give a detailed overview of all major types of laser optics metrology.
|Cleaning Up IPA Production with Stage-by-Stage MIR Analysis 04 Apr|
The Ocean MZ5 is both a research tool and a core technology for integration into fully customized solutions for applications such as fuel monitoring and detection of food adulterants.
|High-performance, ultra-narrowband interference filters improve LIDAR signal-to-noise ratios 26 Mar|
The surge of uses has forced an influx of technological advancements and interest in LIDAR sensors, driving down the cost and making it more accessible.
|Continuously Variable Filters for Spectroscopy, HSI, and Fluorescence Diagnostics 19 Jan|
This technical presentation will introduce you to advances in continuously variable filters, especially in the areas of transmission and blocking. You will learn about the properties and performance of variable filters, and how they are being used to increase the robustness and affordability of instruments and cameras in the areas of hyperspectral imaging, spectroscopy, and fluorescence diagnostics. The presentation will also cover the range of filters that are available, and how to select the filter that is best for your application.