The LTO Ultrium8 Data Cartridge (LTO-8), from FUJIFILM, allows for the backup and archive of large-capacity data. It utilises the company's barium ferrite (BaFe) magnetic particles, which offer useful magnetic properties, good recording/retrieval performance and long-term durability.
MAPS is designed to improve process efficiency and shorten development time for test and measurement and automation developers, third-party PXI module developers, and DAQ module and PXI chassis developers.
The FLIR ONE Pro is a thermal imaging camera solution that can be used to quickly identify heat spots, water leaks or damage, as well as to measure temperature.
congatec introduces a rugged class of embedded edge server technologies designed for the digitisation of the upstream and midstream oil and gas industry.
Allowing people to break away from monotony and make their own choices is known to increase engagement and motivation. A similar principle can be applied to machines.
The Mikado is the latest addition to gfai tech's Acoustic Camera family and features an easy-to-use and efficient handheld device, usable 100% autonomously. The system is suitable for troubleshooting sound and vibration problems.
Omron Electronic Components has released a compact and easy-to-mount human vision component to provide an image sensing capability to various devices. Known as the HVC-P2, it has a maximum recognition speed 10 times of the original HVC model.
Teledyne DALSA has announced the Genie Nano-CXP series of CMOS area scan cameras. The image CMOS sensors range from 16–67 MP resolution with added CoaXPress 6.25 Gbps technology offering high speed, robust build quality for wide operating temperature, and a substantial feature set.
A high-throughput computational method developed at UC San Diego has generated 13 new material candidates for solar cells and 23 new candidates for LEDs.
The Nordson DAGE Explorer one is a compact X-ray inspection system that has been designed specifically for the electronics industry. The product's high image quality allows features as small as 2 µm to be seen.
As data science continues to grow and evolve, new challenges are cropping up that companies must address as they move projects forward.
New sensor technology should allow for infrared cameras just one-eighth the size of previous models to be able to take detailed images even at night or at a distance.