Monthly Archives: June 2012

Outsourcing or In-housing – A Source for Debate in the Modern Age of Imaging

Jun 26, 2012

The topic of outsourcing  is often a subject for debate by politicians, managers, engineers, business owners and even human rights groups. Depending on the product, it can be a significant cost benefit to outsource certain aspects of the production process. … Continue reading

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Embedded Development Made Easy with Windows CE

Jun 19, 2012

What may first come to mind when planning the development of an embedded application is the burden of learning a new suite of concepts and tools. For instance, you might think that enabling your existing Windows application to run on a smart … Continue reading

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Dual Linescan Redundancy Filters Out Background Radiation

Jun 12, 2012

The other day, I bumped into an old friend I had not seen in years. He looked familiar. Yet, he had also changed considerably over the years. I had to do a double take before I was sure that it … Continue reading

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Optimizing Network Cards for Machine Vision – A video by Stemmer Imaging

Jun 6, 2012

A quick note to let you know about the latest video from Stemmer Imaging’s Jon Vickers – it’s a straightforward guide to help minimize risk of lost packets with step-by-step instructions to optimize your network card. Check it out here:    

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All That is Old is New Again

Jun 5, 2012

Most would point to the middle part of the last century as the birth of electronic imaging. RCA, Philips, EMI and others introduced several generations of tube image sensors with names like Orthocon, Plumbicon, and Vidicon. In all cases the … Continue reading

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