Newsletter | February 12, 2020

02.12.20 -- High Content Imaging | Particle Imaging Velocimetry

Featured Article
Camera-Based Solutions For High-Content Imaging
By Scott Metzler, Ph.D., PCO-TECH, Inc., and Gerhard Holst, Ph.D., PCO AG.

This article will help readers to identify their needs and their options when implementing a new camera into a high-content imaging system.

Glossary Of Terms For Detectors
White Paper | Opto Diode, An ITW Company

This white paper comprises a list of terms and definitions related to detectors.

Messages From Above — Optical Satcom Lights The Way
Article | Iridian Spectral Technologies

The next advances in communications, 5G, and machine-to-machine communications will require “help from above” to blanket literally every corner of our planet with high-speed, ultra-low-latency, secure networks — telecom meet satcom.

Pre-, Intra-, And Postoperative Use Of Dynamic Infrared Thermography (DIRT) Provides Valuable Information On Skin Perfusion In Perforator Flaps Used In Reconstructive Surgery
Application Note | By James B. Mercer, Louis de Weerd, Åshild Odden Miland, and Sven Weum, FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

Read a study of dynamic infrared thermography (DIRT) in all three phases of perforator flap surgery.

Saving The Lens For Last?
Article | By Stuart W. Singer and Jim Sullivan, Schneider Optics

Designers have been known to “save the lens for last” when creating vision systems with very specific black box dimensions and lighting, resolution, and pixel specifications. One solution to this dilemma is a new and improved design approach called concurrent engineering. 

Using A Photron FASTCAM Camera For Particle Imaging Velocimetry (PIV)
Application Note | Photron, Inc.

Particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) can be extremely useful for the analysis of turbulent flow, transient flow, micro flow, and 3-D volumetric flow studies within automotive, aerospace, biotech/medical, marine propulsion, electronics, and scientific research industries. 

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