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dency to work their way out of alignment.
Resolution Technology’s Voigt noted that
lighting optics are often overlooked and
need to be better designed.
Speaking of lighting, no matter the
problems solved or the technology
advancements made, one thing will still
be true. Lighting will remain a key part,
perhaps as much as 80 percent, of a vision
Lance Riek is an engineer and co-founder of Sensory Labs. A machine vision integrator based in Bozeman, Mont.,
the company develops both traditional
machine vision applications and aerial
imaging systems for manned aircraft and
drones. For its aerial projects, Sensory
Labs often adapts machine vision cameras to the job, and so a background in
integrating cameras is helpful, according
Also important, no matter the task, is
the proper illumination. In discussing this,
Riek said, “Lighting is critical for all ma-
chine vision applications — if the lighting
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