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From Image Processing to Multisensor System-3

Over the following years, the spectrum of optical distance sensors in particular was expanded. The laser distance sensors mentioned above were supplemented by chromatic focus sensors for measuring surface contours and flatness on reflective surfaces. That sensor determines the distance […]

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From Image Processing to Multisensor System-2

Cooperation between medium-sized companies and universities and other research institutions is particularly well advanced in Germany.  Cooperative efforts between Werth Messtechnik and the Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB-the German National Institute of Metrology) in 1998 resulted in a tactile optical micro […]

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From Image Processing to Multisensor System

As the diversity and complexity of work pieces increases, measurement tasks can often no longer be addressed with just one sensor.  Multisensor coordinate measuring machines are created by integrating various sensors in one measuring machine, each allowing individual adaptation to […]

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Introduction of Digital Image Processing-2

Even after 20 years of image processing in coordinate metrology, revolutionary developments are still possible today.  For example, the Raster Scanning HD process presented in 2016 enables previously unknown measuring speeds while increasing accuracy.  To do so, images of the […]

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Introduction of Digital Image Processing

PC technology in the early 1990s, with the first frame grabbers, was powerful enough to automate optical coordinate measuring machines. With a management buyout in 1993, now 25 years ago, business autonomy was reclaimed and Werth Messtechnik was the first […]

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