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Microscope Confocal Module

Andor Technology Ltd. (Belfast, Northern Ireland), an Oxford Instruments company, has announced the Revolution DSD2, a compact, laser-free confocal module. With the addition of Andor’s CMOS camera technology, the module delivers a large field of view and high dynamic range. The DSD2 uses a broadband white light source instead of lasers, enabling the image of any fluor by selection of filters.

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Gigabit Ethernet Camera

PHOTONIS Digital Imaging (Frisco, TX) offers a Gigabit Ethernet camera optimized for low-light conditions. The NOCTURN model provides GigE Vision® functionality and features standard connectivity options for video management and dissemination in military ground vehicles and other localized surveillance networks.

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Thermal Imaging Surveillance System

The SPYNEL-X wide-area surveillance system from HGH Infrared Systems (Cambridge, MA) captures real-time, full-panoramic images with up to 120 Mpix resolution. The technology features automatic intrusion detection and tracking capabilities for an unlimited number of targets on land, air, and sea through all types of inclement weather. The SPYNEL-X provides situational awareness and features an HD MWIR focal plane array. A single SPYNEL-X sensor can perform 24/7 early human intrusion alerts over a 16-km-diameter area.

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Embedded System for Machine Vision

The EyeVBox II system from EVT (Karlsruhe, Germany) offers an Intel® AtomTM processor, four USB 2.0 interfaces at the back of the device, and two USB 2.0 interfaces at the front; interfaces, such as DVI-I and HDMI, are also available. Because the processors feature low-power consumption from the embedded or laptop area, the EyeVBox II does not need a fan and can be operated passively.

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GigE Smart Camera

ADLINK (Taipei, Taiwan) has released a quad-core x86 smart camera, the NEON-1040. The device features a 4-MP 60-fps global shutter sensor, quad core Intel® Atom™ 1.9 GHz processors, and flexible software support. With FPGA coprocessor support, the NEON-1040 accelerates image pre-processing, including LUT (look up table), ROI (region of interest), and shading correction.

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CMOS Cameras

The LX series from Baumer (Radeberg, Germany) features high-resolution CMOSIS sensors, a dual GigE interface, and 240 MB/s bandwidth. The cameras operate with 8-, 12-, and 20-megapixel resolutions. Eight- and 12-megapixel models utilize the CMOSIS 5.5 μm pixel design. The 20 MP model, with 6.4-μm pixel structure, features a low noise of 8 e- and a dynamic range of 66 dB. Because of its standard-compliant Dual GigE interface, the 20-MP GigE Vision camera currently available enables cost-efficient system integration.

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Products of Tomorrow: September 2014

The technologies NASA develops don’t just blast off into space. They also improve our lives here on Earth. Life-saving search-and-rescue tools, implantable medical devices, advances in commercial aircraft safety, increased accuracy in weather forecasting, and the miniature cameras in our cellphones are just some of the examples of NASA-developed technology used in products today.

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