Archived print edition

INSPECT 05-2010

Publishing Date: 22.09.2010

Contents


COVERSTORY

Tracing Deviations
USB 2.0 Camera Detects Centering Errors of Optical Lenses
Ulli Lansche, Michael Geier


EDITORIAL


Success and Constancy
Gabriele Jansen

TOPICS


Machine Vision in Europe Returns to Growth
Most European Vision Companies Unharmed by the Crisis Year
Andreas Breyer


10 Years of INSPECT
A Decade of Highlights in Machine Vision and Optical Metrology


Machine Vision in Iran
Market Situation, Entry Barriers and Opportunities from an Inside Perspective
Kasra Ravanbakhsh


News
Event Calendar
Online


Vision in Sight
Vision 2010: Leading Global Trade Fair with Attractive Supporting Program


Vision China 2010
Machine Vision Trade Fair in the Growth Country China


No Martini, No Party
Image Processing Basics: Illumination
Prof. Dr. Christoph Heckenkamp


Viewpoint
10 Years of INSPECT: Yesterday, Today and Way Ahead
Kamillo Weiß


Visionaries
Interview with Wilhelm Stemmer, Managing Director of Stemmer Imaging


VISION

A Smoother Pebble...
Cognex's Bill Silver on the Future Developments in Machine Vision


Perfect Book
Dewarping Curved Pages through Book Scanner with 3D Measurement
Michael Gibbons


Camera Alliance
Interview with Jürgen Hartmann and Andreas Schaarschmidt


Another Cuppa Tea?
The Visual Perception of Service Robots
Jan Jonckheere


AUTOMATION

The Holy Grail

History of Bin Picking
Adil Shafi, Jürgen Bosse


Packaging's Potency
Interview with Birger Becker, Mettler-Toledo


Turning the Blades
Consistent Life Cycle Monitoring Concept for Gas-Turbine Blades
Helmuth Euler


CONTROL

How to Lose Weight and Gain Importance
1960 to Date: The History of Industrial Thermal Imaging
Doug Barry


With Precision into the Race
Leica Absolute Tracker Gives Red Bull Racing Wings
Andreas Petrosino


A Perfect Profile
Optical Laser Sensors Measures Metal Strips' Thickness Profile
Siegfried Kalhofer


 

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