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Design engineers can access the latest technical briefs and trending applications for visualization software. Advances in visualization software technology enable engineers & researchers and offer a better understanding of data.

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Articles: Imaging
Increasing regulatory concentration on improving the protection of vulnerable road users (VRUs) against vehicle collisions at night has led to new evaluations of proven imaging modalities that might quickly, effectively, and economically identify VRUs and measure their positions relative to moving vehicles.
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Briefs: Electronics & Computers
Mimicking the easy, instantaneous image processing power of the human eye, Penn State electrical engineering researchers created a metasurface, an optical element akin to a glass slide that uses tiny nanostructures, placed at different angles to control light.
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Special Reports: Test & Measurement
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ADAS/Connected Car - December 2023

In this compendium of popular articles from the editors of Automotive Engineering and ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Engineering magazines, see how advances in simulation, testing, lidar/sensors, displays,...

Briefs: Aerospace
Advanced technology plays a vital role in search and rescue operations after natural disasters such as earthquakes. Thermal imaging equipment and sensitive listening devices are deployed to seek out signs of life.
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INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

Researchers from UCLA and the United States Army Research Laboratory have laid out a new approach for enhancing artificial intelligence-powered computer vision technologies by...

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Articles: Imaging
Spectral measurement is thus the basis of remote sensing, allowing for highly accurate material analysis and image recognition.
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Briefs: Imaging
Vision sensing systems are needed to improve operations in many industrial applications, where they can be arranged to detect the presence, position, and other characteristics of objects and products.
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Briefs: Materials
Engineers have developed a modeling and manufacturing technique that generates unique verification tools which simulate cracks in metals within X-ray setup part-testing geometries.
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Briefs: Photonics/Optics
Using a new fabrication method, researchers developed a single-lens telescope and captured clear images of the lunar surface — achieving greater resolution of objects and much farther imaging distance than previous metalenses.
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Articles: Imaging
In the age of industry digital transformation, visual data has received minimal focus yet can have significant impacts on a company's success.
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Briefs: Photonics/Optics
Scientists have developed a new characterization tool that allowed them to gain unique insight into a possible alternative material for solar cells.
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Application Briefs: Photonics/Optics
This measurement technique is particularly useful for, but not limited to, samples containing organic compounds.
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Articles: RF & Microwave Electronics
It began full scientific operations July 11, following six months of instrumentation cool-down, calibration, and other commissioning activities.
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Briefs: Imaging
Researchers at University of Central Florida have developed an artificial intelligence device that mimics the retina of the eye.
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Briefs: Imaging
The assembly can simply be mounted in front of a camera to enable focusing schlieren imaging capability.
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Application Briefs: Robotics, Automation & Control
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) continues to enable exciting scientific advances that help us better understand the universe.
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Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
The sensor works by detecting variations in microgravity using the principles of quantum physics, which is based on manipulating nature at the sub-molecular level.
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Briefs: Imaging
The quantum gravity gradiometer was used to find a tunnel buried outdoors in real-world conditions one meter below the ground surface.
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Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
The millimeter-sized flat lens can be used in wearable displays for virtual reality, which requires compact, lightweight, and cost-effective components.
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Briefs: Imaging

Researchers have developed a robot that uses radio waves, which can pass through walls, to sense occluded objects. The robot, called RF-Grasp, combines this powerful sensing with more traditional computer vision...

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INSIDER: Photonics/Optics

Inside every cellphone is a tiny mechanical heart, beating several billion times a second. These micromechanical resonators play an essential role in cellphone communication. Buffeted by...

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Question of the Week: Design
Would You Use A.I-Driven Laser Cutters like SensiCut?

Laser cutters are a popular tool for today’s design engineers. Users, however, still face difficulties distinguishing among stockpiles of metals, woods, papers, and plastics.

Articles: Imaging
See top suppliers and manufacturers in over 20 categories, including high-speed cameras, sensors, and optical components.
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Blog: Materials
Tech Briefs readers ask two industry experts about the effectiveness of CT scans when you want a deeper look at a battery.
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INSIDER: Software

Sometimes photos cannot truly capture a scene. How much more epic would that vacation photo of Niagara Falls be if the water were moving?

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Products: Materials
Temperature transmitters, robotic tool changers, epoxy adhesives, and more.
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INSIDER: Motion Control

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) working in collaboration with colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University, the University of St Andrews and the University...

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Products: Test & Measurement
Multi-sensor imaging systems, eyesafe laser finders, machine vision algorithms, and more.
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