The evolution of industrial camera technology and image sensors used for machine vision applications—such as the inspection of flat panel displays, printed circuit boards (PCBs), and semiconductors as well as warehouse logistics, intelligent transportation systems, crop monitoring, and digital pathology—has placed new demands on cameras and image sensors. Chief among these is the need to balance the drive for higher resolution and speed with lower power consumption and data bandwidth. And in some cases, there's a push for miniaturization as well.
Drawing from what we know, what changes will we see in cameras, processors, image sensors and processing over the next decade? And how will they affect our quality of life?
In the latest issue of Novus Light, Matthias Sonder of Teledyne DALSA examines the future of cameras.
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