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Plessey's Roke Manor research centre was one of the first organisations to become involved in fibre optic sensing. Jack Hollingum visited the laboratory and learned about current developments.
Kodak has introduced a lowercost version of its highspeed motion analysis system.
JoyceLoebl's Alan Robinson, technical director, and Peter Hage, industrial systems manager, talk to Jack Hollingum about a low cost vision engine for handling and assembly and a related Esprit project.
Undeterred by the complexities involved researchers are pushing forward to the ultimate goal a computer that can fully make sense of what it sees. Stephen McClelland reports.
A joint development of an ultrasonic defect sizing technique has not only resulted in a versatile NDT system, but has proved that technology transfer works. Sarah Gardner reports.
Classification equipment has been installed at a Yugoslav tinplate complex to identify, monitor and track the tinplate sheets.
A conductive fibre felt has been developed with high sensitivity over a large surface. It can be tailored to cover a robot arm, its working area or other moving devices.
Blending sensor theory and practice, and with a commercial market reckoned to be huge, robotic vision is currently a hot topic. Here, Professor Mike Brady, explains the advanced research being pursued.
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