A look at the current and future state of high-speed imaging

Register for a free webcast on high-speed imaging, in which Peter Carellas, President of Xcitex Inc. will discuss a range of topics, including future directions in business, technology, markets, and applications, as well as how high-speed imaging differs from standard machine vision technologies.

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High-speed cameras are opening up new possibilities for a broad range of applications, but what technologies are advancing high-speed imaging, and what markets are being affected?

In this live, interview-style webcast, Editor in Chief Andy Wilson will ask high-speed camera industry expert strategist Peter Carellas, President of Xcitex Inc. about future directions in business, technology, markets, and applications. Tune in to gain some buying insights and understand how consumer companies such as Apple and GoPro are changing the technology and usage landscape.

Carellas will also explain how fast imaging technology differs from standard machine vision technologies, and explain new innovations that are enabling product development. He will also cover advances in sensing, image manipulation, synchronization, and active shuttering and digital streaming; in addition to describing describe developments in post-acquisition processing, and how these enable sophisticated analysis of movement and motion.

The audience will have the opportunity to ask their own questions to find out how high-speed cameras will affect scientists, engineers and managers in the future.

This webcast is sponsored by Cognex Corporation, Photron Inc., and Teledyne DALSA.

Webcast information:

High-speed imaging and the future of vision systems
May 28, 2015
11:00 AM EST (Approximately one hour)
Peter Carellas, President and CEO, Xcitex, Inc.

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