Newsletter | February 5, 2020

02.05.20 -- Laser Measurement | Thermal IR Camera Lens Selection

 
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SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing showcases the latest research and advancements in sensors, infrared technology, laser systems, spectral imaging, radar, LIDAR, AI/machine learning, and more.
Resources
Lasers Easily Make Tough Measurements In Automobile And Aircraft Manufacturing
Application Note | Laser Components USA, Inc.

Lasers and laser line modules offer measurement capabilities that can catch misalignment, reduce time in finding problems with production, and make gap measurements in a large variety of automobile and aircraft manufacturing applications.

Antiglare vs. Antireflective Glass
Article | Abrisa Technologies

Nonglare glass is manufactured by acid etching one or two surfaces of the glass; AR (antireflective) glass has been optically coated on one or two sides to diminish reflections and increase the light transmission, and to reduce surface glare and increase substrate transmission and brightness.

Aerial Hyperspectral Imaging: OCI Hyperspectral Imagers
Application Note | By Owen Wu, BaySpec Inc.

BaySpec’s OCI-UAV hyperspectral imagers are designed for use on small UAVs to monitor the details of spatial, temporal, and spectral representation of ground objects. This application note discusses the benefits these imagers offer and delivers example images for multiple topography analysis.

3D Machine Vision: One Small Step For Robots, A Giant Leap For Factory Automation
Article | By Naomi Shisaike, Canon USA, Inc. Optoelectronic Components

3D machine vision systems “see,” analyze, and make decisions to meet production requirements of high accuracy, speed, and low maintenance while also being durable enough to withstand factory conditions.

12 Considerations For Thermal Infrared Camera Lens Selection
White Paper | FLIR Systems, Inc - OEM Cores and Components

Many factors must be considered when developing a solution that requires a thermal imager or infrared (IR) camera, such as the application, waveband requirement, minimum resolution, pixel size, and the ability to scale production. 

FLIR Cameras Reveal Thermal Characteristics Of Microelectronic Devices
Article | FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

At the University of Texas at Arlington, the team of Dr. Ankur Jain, who heads the Microscale Thermophysics Laboratory, studies a range of topics related to microscale thermal transport.

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Mastering The View Into Tricky Environments: Find Your Answer In Fiber Optics
 

Glass imaging fiber optics offer a versatile way to see into hazardous environments, allowing cameras to be kept in safe places or providing an all-optical backup view that doesn’t require power.

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