Markets and Applications
Vision technology in general and industrial cameras specifically are of growing importance in daily life. Learn more here through informative articles and videos
Blockchain, Distributed Ledger and Trusted Third Parties
What exactly are they and why should an IoT sensor producer care about it? Find out all about it in our article.
How will IoT change retail?
The Internet of Things opens up entirely new opportunities in the world of retail. What role do embedded vision solutions play in this process?
Live and in Color: Why Is Color Calibration So Important in Medical Technology?
The color fidelity of digitally captured images plays an important role, especially in the fields of microscopy, dermatology and ophthalmology. Find out here why the right color calibration is so important and what factors need to be considered.
How Do Machines Learn?
How do you teach a machine to learn on its own? And for what purpose? Our video explains how a machine becomes an “intelligent” machine with the help of neural networks and experience, and why we need this artificial intelligence.
Smart City Thanks to IoT
Smart watch, smart home, smart city – the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to connect our everyday lives. We explain what a smart city is and which advantages it offers.
What Are the Benefits of Using Cameras in Medicine?
Camera-based medical devices support the diagnostic process and the intervention that follows. We explain the four most important advantages in our new video.
Lab Automation with Vision
Many devices in medical, research or analytical laboratories work on the basis of image processing. Find out here how cameras contribute to lab automation.
Medicine with Vision
Cameras are an increasingly common feature in modern medical technology. Read here how exactly they're being used and why.
Image Processing in Industry 4.0
Image processing systems in Industry 4.0 are tools for efficient, automated production based on visually captured data.
Cameras in Industrial Image Processing
Industrial image processing — also known as Machine Vision — is used to optimize production processes. We present the individual components to you in greater detail.
Automated Optical Inspection (AOI)
All Machine Vision cameras have one shared task: optical inspections. This text will explain to you precisely how that works.