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CoaXPress Version 20 supports data rates of up to 125 Gbitsec per cable, or up to 50 Gbitsec in a typical four cable system Image courtesy Active Silicon
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IR Endoscope Improves Process Safety
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  • Packaging Symposium

    Advanced packaging: At the heart of innovation

    The semiconductor industry showed impressive figures in 2017: +21.6% YoY growth to reach about US$ 412 billion. Without any doubt, the industry is entering a new age, where innovation and disruption are the key words. In...
  • IR Endoscope Improves Process Safety

    IR Endoscope Improves Process Safety

    Resolve Optics has developed and supplied an Infrared (IR) endoscope to enable safe monitoring of the glass vitrification process within a radioactive waste processing plant using a thermal camera. The processing...
  • LASER World of PHOTONICS 2019 Focus on electro-mobility

    Laser World of Photonics 2019: Focus on electro-mobility

    LASER World of PHOTONICS 2019 showcases photonics for a new era of mobility Laser processes and optical inline inspection are key technologies for affordable and reliable electro-mobility Strong global growth to 2030 With...
  • As drones increasingly take on the job of inspecting growing solar farms, Raptor Maps software makes sense of the data they collect Image courtesy of Raptor Maps

    Autonomous Smart Drones Optimize Solar Farms

    As the solar industry has grown, so have some of its inefficiencies. Smart entrepreneurs see those inefficiencies as business opportunities and try to create solutions around them. Such is the nature of a maturing industry. One...
  • Quantifying Methane Leaks and Flares from Oil and Gas Operations
  • Framos CMOS Hands-On Training Debuts in London

    Framos CMOS Hands-On Training Debuts in London

    For the first time, the Framos hands-on training "Characterization of a CMOS camera" will be held in the UK in London on 26 and 27 March 2019. In this practical two-day course, the expert Prof Dr Albert Theuwissen will...
  • An autonomous robot about to be deployed Jason GobatUniversity of Washington
  • CoaXPress Version 20 supports data rates of up to 125 Gbitsec per cable, or up to 50 Gbitsec in a typical four cable system Image courtesy Active Silicon

    New CoaXPress Standard Boasts a Host of Benefits

    The CoaXPress (CXP) standard is a camera-to-computer interface that has dominated the high speed vision systems market over the past several years. The result of work performed initially by a consortium of companies including Adimec, EqcoLogic,...
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  • Trends in lithography

    The Applications Driving the Growth of Lithography Markets

    Megatrend applications like 5G wireless technologies, electric vehicles, and advanced mobile devices demand miniaturization and extra functionality. Therefore, fabricating the next More than Moore (MtM) device generation requires tools with new...
  • medical products inspected

    Medical Products Inspected with Deep Neural Networks

    Inspecting containers of medicinal products for defects is vitally important to ensure that they meet the demanding quality requirements of a manufacturer prior to shipment. While such inspection was originally carried out manually, today highly...
  • Industrial Robots at Work

    Industrial Robots at Work

    Advances in technology increase the application of industrial robots, resulting in tremendous market growth. Robots are more capable and easier to use than ever before. The evolutionary advances made in software make it easy to “teach”...
  • Bonding with vision

    Better Bonding Assured by Vision

    Bonding materials with adhesives might appear to be a relatively straightforward manufacturing process. However, ensuring the reliability of the bonds that are formed between materials is of paramount importance, especially in the automotive and...
  • A bandpass filter has been created by Denmark-based Delta Optical Thin Film for a novel fluorescence spectrometer for Edinburgh Instruments

    Variable Filters Optimize Design of Spectrometer

    As the result of a joint 1.3 million Euro Eurostars Optitune research project, design engineers at Edinburgh Instruments developed a novel grating-based fluorescence spectrometer whose performance has been enhanced by the use of linear...

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