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A market analysis report from MarketsandMarkets predicts that sales for image sensors—including CCD, CMOS, hybrid, and charge injection device sensors—are expected to reach $10.75 billion by 2018 as a result of emerging applications in medical imaging, point-of-view cameras, unmanned aerial vehicle
The remote RadEye HR from Teledyne DALSA is a compact x-ray camera with a CMOS-based industrial X-ray sensor with more than 2 million pixels in an active area measuring 33x25mm with pixel spacing of 20μm.
Researchers from Brown University used an innovative 3D imaging technology to visualize the rapid internal skeletal movement of short tailed fruitbats, which shows that the bats are able to take flight using recycled energy.
A component of the new x-ray inspection software XI-Pilot V 3.1 is a module that allows for an easier evaluation of x-ray images.
Industrial machine vision systems from Lizotte sort and gradeseafood products by color, size, shape, visible defects, and internal defect. Solutions such as these provide valuable industrial automation solutions for the food industry.
Researchers from North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC, USA) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) have developed an algorithm to help surgeons use X-rays to track devices used in minimally invasive surgical procedures while limiting the patient's exposure to radiation ...
Teledyne DALSA’s new Shad-o-Box HS X-ray detectors feature active areas of 10.4 by 6.9 cm (768 x 512 pixels) and 10.4 x 13.9 cm (768 x 1024 pixels), respectively.
By pairing newly-developed imaging software with existing CT scanners, physicians at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center were able to reduce the amount of radiation that a patient is exposed to by 37%.
A team of engineers from the California Institute of Technology have developed an imaging system using software and a $200 LED array that will enable conventional microscopes to take much higher-resolution images.
Agfa HealthCare’s has developed an image processing software called MUSICA2 that increases the visibility of catheters and other low contrast, tube-like structures in digital radiology.