The Growing Utility of Non-Visible Imaging Solutions
May 15, 2018
12:00-1:30 pm ET
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
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Non-visible imaging methods offer unique benefits for a variety of vision tasks. In this session, you’ll learn more about infrared and thermal techniques and better understand if non-visible imaging solutions are right for your specific needs.
Artemis Vision builds repeatable, tested vision systems to transform the quality you promise into a system that can guarantee it. Our proven solutions address needs in the automotive, pharmeceutical, medical, defense, building materials, and energy industries, amonth others. We work closely with our customers to test solutions at every step along the development process, so that the theory is realized in a proven system both of us can stand behind. Our goal is always to the system to the point where the install is simple and turnkey. Once systems have been built, we can also work with you to link to your currentIT and SPC environments, so you can utilize the full value of your solutions and use the data to imporve your process. We help your company save money, time, increase realiability, and decrease liability.Click Here for More
Teledyne DALSA has focused on providing machine vision components and solutions for over 30 years. As a world leader we continue to help manufacturers apply vision technology, from image sensors, cameras and acquisition boards, to sophisticated vision software and intelligent vision systems. Our technology is used in thousands of automated inspection systems around the world and across multiple industries including semiconductor, flat panel display, electronics, automotive, medical, packaging and general manufacturing.Click Here for More
Dr. Martin Ettenberg
Dr. Ettenberg is the founder and President of PIRT. He developed InGaAs detectors for over 14 years at Sensors Unlimited, Inc. (now a subsidiary of United Technologies Aerospace Systems). He joined SUI in August of 1997 as the principal investigator on two Phase 1 and two Phase 2 SBIR programs. Those government programs lead to the development of several camera products for which Dr. Ettenberg was the product manager. He later became the Director of Imaging Products. Some of these products developed under his leadership include the SUI Minicamera, SUI MicroCamera, and the SU640SDV. Martin was also the technical lead on several other larger government research programs/proposals including DARPA’s PCAR, MISI, and DUDE programs. He led the development of the first night-vision-capable InGaAs camera which was later commercialized as the SU320MX. This camera demonstrated a 20-fold improvement in detectivity compared to the prior state-of-the-art. He also developed the first 640x512 lattice-matched InGaAs camera which later became the SU640SDV. His DARPA work lead to his nomination in 2005 for the DARPA Significant Achievement Award.
Dr. Ettenberg graduated with Masters and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Virginia Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering. He previously received his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University. In 2014 he founded Princeton Infrared Technologies to build low cost high performance SWIR imagers. In just 4 years he has developed a small dedicated team who has assembled 4 commercial products. Two of those products have won awards for best new product. The company continues to grow and is now beginning to lead the world in new InGaAs product development.