By JAI | September 3, 2019
JAI will give a presentation and demonstration at the Machine Vision Technology Forum in cities across Europe. The Technology Forum gives you an opportunity to quickly gain more knowledge about the latest technologies and developments in imaging as well as to get inspiration for improvements to your applications.
The Machine Vision Technology Forum is organized by STEMMER IMAGING in cooperation with JAI and other STEMMER IMAGING partners. JAI is a Gold Sponsor of the Machine Vision Technology Forum.
Dates and places:
The Machine Vision Technology Forum takes place in October and November in 5 cities:
October 8-9, 2019, Germany – Unterschleissheim (near Munich). (Event done)
October 15, 2019, the Netherlands –’s-Hertogenbosch (Event done)
October 17, 2019, France – Paris (Event done)
October 22, 2019, Sweden – Stockholm (Closed for sign-ups)
November 13-14, 2019, United Kingdom – Birmingham (Still open for sign-up)
How to register:
Take advantage of the interesting program to increase your vision knowledge, meet colleagues from the industry and make new contacts.
Please choose the city you prefer below, and you will be taken to the specific sign-up page on Stemmer Imaging’s web site with all the information you need + an overview of all the presentations.
Sign up: United Kingdom, Birmingham - 13-14 November 2019
Presentation by JAI:
We look forward to seeing you at the Technical Forums and invite you to join us at our technical presentation on Prism-based Multispectral Imaging for Machine Vision Applications.
You can read an abstract here:
Despite the huge potential that hyperspectral imaging offers in quality and structural inspection of food, plant health and growth, environmental monitoring, pharmaceuticals, medical diagnosis, forensic sciences and thin film analysis, the scope often seems to be limited in industrial environments. This is because the hyperspectral imaging technologies available today are slow, use low-resolution sensors, require complex image handling and are a costly investment. Furthermore, it is often the case that an application starting with a hyperspectral approach comes to a conclusion that the number of relevant wavelength bands required are just 3 or 4. Because of this, today’s hyperspectral applications are usually found in laboratories where the main task is to identify the relevant bands to differentiate between two or more objects.
From an industrial perspective, multispectral imaging appears to have a higher application potential. The reason being complexity of data handling is much lower due to reduced number of spectral bands, higher camera line/frame rates, and lower system costs. Multispectral and Hyperspectral imaging are not competitors to each other, rather they are complementary technologies if used in the right combination. Eventually, the information on number and spectral nature of bands identified with hyperspectral cameras can be used to design multispectral cameras, which can be used in real high-speed industrial environments. This is where the latest camera solutions find applications.
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The Machine Vision Technology Forum is organized by Stemmer Imaging in cooperation with JAI and other Stemmer Imaging partners. JAI is a Gold Sponsor of the Machine Vision Technology Forum.