Products: Electronics & Computers
Bluetooth Modules (ESC Booth #1809)

Laird Technologies (St. Louis, MO) has introduced a range of Bluetooth® modules designed to support the demands of medical equipment manufacturers. Designed for data applications, the BTM411 is a fully...

Products: Electronics & Computers
Reference Design Platform (ESC Booth #626)

Express Logic, Inc. (San Diego, CA) and Renesas Technology America, Inc. (San Jose, CA) have teamed up to offer a comprehensive reference design platform for powerful, inexpensive media players. The...

Products: Electronics & Computers
Micro-ATX Motherboard (ESC Booth #1940)

The EL330-DR micro-ATX form factor motherboard from ITOX (East Brunswick, NJ) utilizes the Intel® Q45 Express chipset with Intel® I/O Controller Hub 10DO. The embedded board supports the 45nm...

Products: Electronics & Computers
Qseven Computer Module (ESC Booth #1223)

Congatec AG (Deggendorf, Germany) now offers conga-QA, a computer module based on the Qseven form factor. The conga-QA is fitted with the Intel® Atom™ Z5xx range of processors and the...

Products: Electronics & Computers
STD Bus x86-Based SBC (ESC Booth #435)

The LPM-LX800-G from WinSystems (Arlington,TX) is a high-integration STD Bus single board computer (SBC) that incorporates the low power, AMD Geode™ LX800MHz 0.9W CPU. The LPMLX800- G can be...

Products: Electronics & Computers
AC/DC Switching Power Supply (ESC Booth #1028 )

Kontron (Poway, CA) introduces the CP3210 rugged conduction-cooled 3U CompactPCI® CPU board. The CPU board offers a clock rate of 733 MHz and DDR SDRAM of 226 MHz. The CP3210 incorporates a...

Analog cameras dominated the early years of machine vision systems, offering adequate performance, a simple interface, and a moderate price. Technology advances, however, are now tipping the...

A focal plane array designed for the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA) Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle has helped a scientist see farther into the infrared spectrum.

National...

Briefs: Electronics & Computers
SOI CMOS Imager With Suppression of Cross-Talk

A monolithic silicon-on-insulator (SOI) complementary metal oxide/ semiconductor (CMOS) image-detecting integrated circuit of the active-pixel-sensor type, now undergoing development, is...

Briefs: Physical Sciences
Particle-Image Velocimeter Having Large Depth of Field

An instrument that functions mainly as a particle-image velocimeter provides data on the sizes and velocities of flying opaque particles. The instrument is being developed as a means of characterizing fluxes of wind-borne dust particles in the Martian atmosphere. The instrument could also...

Briefs: Software
Processing Ocean Images To Detect Large Drift Nets

A computer program processes the digitized outputs of a set of downward-looking video cameras aboard an aircraft flying over the ocean. The purpose served by this software is to facilitate the detection of large drift nets that have been lost, abandoned, or jettisoned. The development of this...

An improved generic design has been devised for implementing signal chains involved in readout from complementary metal oxide/semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors and for other readout...

Two methods of increasing the effectiveness of three-dimensional (3D) wavelet-based compression of hyperspectral images have been developed. (As used here, “images” signifies...

Products: Imaging
Video Recording Server

Videology Imaging Solutions, Greenville, RI, offers the 60SV12VA-B single-channel server that enables users to upgrade existing analog cameras to be IP-addressable and record remotely onto an SD card. The server...

Products: Imaging
HDTV Network Security Camera

The AXIS Q1755 network camera from Axis Communications, Chelmsford, MA, features HDTV performance in compliance with the SMPTE standard in resolution, color representation, and frame rate. It is designed for...

Products: Imaging
Thermal Imaging Camera

Mikron Infrared, Oakland, NJ, offers the MCL320MF “smart” thermal imaging camera for use in process control applications where thermal data is needed to interface directly with process control systems, without the...

Products: Imaging
CMOS Image Sensor

The MLX75307 CMOS image sensor from Melexis, Concord, NH, is designed for automotive front vision applications such as advanced driver assistance systems, high-beam assist, and night vision. It also can be used in medical...

Products: Imaging
Motorized Zoom Lens

Resolve Optics, Chesham, UK, offers the Model 304 motorized zoom lens that delivers high-definition images (720-line progressive and 1080-line interlaced) in a 10× zoom lens that measures 84 × 70 × 70 mm. A camera...

Products: Imaging
Open-Frame Monitors

AZ Displays, Mission Viejo, CA, has introduced the AOM080S, AOM121S, and AOM150X open-frame, rugged, color LCD monitors that feature built-in touch panels and plug-and-play capabilities. They support NTSC, PAL, and SECAM...

Products: Imaging
CCD Image Sensors

Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY, has introduced the KODAK KAI-02050 image sensor, a 2-megapixel CCD image sensor that provides 1600 × 1200 pixels at a readout speed of 60 frames per second. It is designed for applications...

Products: Imaging
Network IP Camera

LOREXTM Technology, Baltimore, MD, offers the LNE3003 network IP camera that lets users remotely monitor their business through a secure, password-protected connection. The camera can be connected to a router or...

Products: Imaging
Gigabit Ethernet Cameras

Baumer, Southington, CT, has introduced the TXG series of Gigabit Ethernet cameras designed to provide Power over Gigabit Ethernet, eliminating the need for a separate power cable. The cameras are designed for vision...

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Size Matters

It’s a digital world out there, and the key to our survival, in my opinion, is not processing power. It’s data storage. Once all the numbers have been crunched, all the images have been gathered, and all the test results have been compiled, you need to store them somewhere. Somewhere safe, because unlike former means of...

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Current Attractions

Glenn Rakow is the Development Lead for SpaceWire, a high-speed communications protocol for space-flight electronics originally developed in 1999 by the European Space Agency (ESA). Under Rakow's leadership, the SpaceWire standard was developed into a network of nodes and routers interconnected through bi-directional,...

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Lab-On-A-Chip

A team led by Professor Yosi Shacham-Diamand, vice-dean of Tel Aviv University's Faculty of Engineering, has developed a nano-sized laboratory, complete with a microscopic workbench, to measure water quality in real time. This lab-on-a-chip is a breakthrough in the effort to keep water safe from pollution. "We've developed a...

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Better Weather Forecasting

Scientists at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) are designing and building the next-generation orbiting tracker for NASA that will supply data to more accurately predict the next hurricane, heat wave, or drought.

The 18-inch interferometric receiver being built at...

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3-D Microscope

University of Washington researchers have helped develop a new kind of microscope to visualize cells in three dimensions, an advance that could improve early cancer detection. The technique could also bridge a widening gap between cutting-edge imaging techniques used in research and clinical practices.

Known by the...

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Switch for the Future

Plasmonics - a possible replacement for current computing approaches - may pave the way for the next generation of computers that operate faster and store more information than electronically-based systems and are smaller than optically-based systems, according to Tony Jun Huang, a Penn State engineer who has developed a...

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Brain Scan

Researchers at University of Toronto and Bloorview, Canada's largest children's rehabilitation hospital, have developed a technique that uses infrared light brain imaging to decode preference. When children with disabilities can't speak or gesture to control their environment, they may develop a learned helplessness that impedes...

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