Presented by: Georgy Das, Midwest Optical Systems
The use of ultraviolet and infrared wavelengths in vision applications - such as intelligent traffic solutions, food and drug inspection, and NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) - is gaining in popularity. To efficiently utilize the UV and IR, it is necessary to increase the signal-to-noise ratio and create the contrast necessary for accurate measurement and analysis. Optical filters are a simple and economical solution to ensuring the repeatability of these often mission-critical applications. Das discusses how to help guarantee the success of your vision applications using optical filters.
About the presenter
Georgy Das is the technical training manager at Midwest Optical Systems. He has delivered countless presentations and training sessions around the world. He loves to figure out simple solutions to complex problems, and he is always tracking the latest trends in machine vision and other technology landscapes.
About the sponsor(s)
- Midwest Optical Systems Inc. - Manufacturer of optical filters, lenses, and accessories, stock and custom precision optical components and assemblies including lenses, mirrors, windows, prisms, and test glasses for laser, x-ray, projection, biotechnology, security, scientific, industrial, license plate recognition, and machine vision applications.