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Deep learning enables machine vision solutions for applications where defects or inspection criteria cannot be easily quantified or mathematically defined.
Machine vision technology was helping to maintain the quality, safety, and traceability of consumer packaged goods long before COVID-19.
From a consumer standpoint, the emergence of electric vehicles (EVs) two decades ago changed the automotive landscape forever.
For decades, industrial robots have steadily taken the dirty, dangerous, and dull jobs from human operators wherever they could efficiently
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Machine vision is not that different from augmented reality (AR) or its counterpart, virtual reality (VR).
Smart cameras continue to be a major growth engine for the machine vision industry, contributing a compound annual growth rate
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Machine vision traditionally resides at the edge of the industrial network.
When we last surveyed the opportunities for machine vision aboard unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), or drones as they’ve come to
In just 10 years, artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved from a laboratory curiosity to an increasingly pervasive part of life.