Learn how high-speed streaming cameras are breaking new ground for machine vision—transforming it into a diagnostic tool for challenging applications.

Machine vision is a proven process control tool for a variety of industrial automation applications. Traditionally, this technology integrates commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) imaging sensors, lighting modules and processors to guide, inspect or identify parts as they move along production lines. Compared to human operators, machine vision systems are fast, accurate and repeatable—improving product quality, lowering scrap rates and increasing productivity in fast-paced manufacturing environments.

While the operational benefits are clear, high-speed digital imaging expands the benefits, capabilities and use cases for machine vision even further. Thanks to their high resolution, fast frame rates and streaming capabilities, high-speed cameras enable machine vision in challenging applications that require real-time analysis or long record times, such as semiconductor manufacturing, space shuttle launches, railway inspection and more. For these reasons, high-speed machine vision systems capture what traditional vision systems cannot—shedding light on processes too small or fast to see with the human eye.

The Phantom high-speed camera series by Vision Research, can capture up-to a staggering 67,000 fps!  Read further, as Vision Research explore the role of high-speed digital cameras in machine vision applications, including the ways they elevate traditional machine vision from a process control tool to a diagnostic tool.

Learn how high-speed streaming cameras are breaking new ground for Machine Vision

Take a look at the Phantom High Speed Camera series

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