Case Studies



Future of carbon-neutral energy production


The Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER) is currently developing a carbon neutral energy production through the means of nuclear fusion. This complex process requires a failsafe control system to oversee that the whole procedure is secure and smooth. The ... Go to article

Recognised. Picked. Packed.


Short cycle times, little scrap, minimal stock-keeping - the factory of the future is networked and highly economical. An important component here is industrial image processing. A specialist in this field is Pose Automation GmbH based in Germany. This system ... Go to article

MultiChannel2Go with Exact Timing


MultiChannel2Go is a ready-to-go, compact and portable image processing system from MSTVision with VisualApplets programmed application that acquires images with different illuminations as separate events in a single pass. This technology can be readily expanded to several cameras to increase ... Go to article

Line scan cameras at the Arctic World Archive


Over 2 years ago Vieworks introduced hybrid TDI line scan cameras, based on proprietary sensors combining CMOS and CCD technologies. Since the introduction they have been used in myriad of applications from flat panel displays, semiconductor inspection, genomics to some ... read more

Big Data for Maximum Quality


More than 230 different body-in-white parts are hot-stamped by the Spanish metal processor Gestamp for automotive companies. Since the company measures 33,500 parts per year, they can identify more quickly which tools need to be replaced. They simply could not ... Go to article

Extended Depth of Focus (EDoF) using a focus tunable lens


Silicon Software in partnership with Optotune, has created an enhanced “Extended Depth of Focus” (EDoF) functionality using a focus tunable lens for real-time operation. From a continuous image acquisition sequence of up to 20 (currently) individual frames with varying focal ... Go to article