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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Greater Scalability to Push Adoption of Machine Vision Systems Beyond the Manufacturing Industry

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If you are interested in an analysis providing manufacturers, end users and other industry participants with an overview, summary, challenges and latest coverage of Advances in Machine Vision Systems, send an e-mail to Magdalena Oberland, Corporate Communications, at magdalena.oberland@frost.comcontaining the following information: your full name, company name, title, contact telephone number, contact fax number, e-mail address and source of information. Upon receipt of the above information, an overview will bee-mailed to you.

Title: Advances in Machine Vision Systems

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List of Key Industry Participants: Cognex, DALSA Coreco, OmronElectronics, DVT Sensors, RVSI Acuity CiMatrix, SICK IVP, PPT Vision,Orbotech, Adept Technology, Braintech, Basler AG, Applied Materials,Solvision, ISRA Vision Systems, Matrox Imaging, FLIR Systems, LMI Technologies

List of Keywords in this Release: machine vision systems, semiconductorindustry, lighting and illumination, lasers, lighting, processors, sensors,optics, automation standards, smart cameras, PC-based vision systems,three-dimensional imaging, laser triangulation, stereovision, Artificialintelligence, autonomous robotic guidance, Basler Vision Systems, Linuxoperating system, SICK IVP, 3D vision smart camera, reverse engineering thevertebrate brain, REVERB, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council,EPSRC, BAE systems, University of Manchester, peripheral vision, smartsensor, laser-guided crawlers


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