Sensor Review: Volume 3 Issue 1

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
Subject:

Table of contents

Vision system orientates SCAMP's parts

The first 2½D vision system in an industrial application in the UK went into use last month when the UK's 600 Group officially opened its highly sophisticated flexible…

The automatic inspection of aerosol sprays using visual sensing

B.G. Batchelor, S.M. Cotter

The automatic visual sensing of aerosol sprays has many advantages over alternative techniques. This article suggests various measurements which could form the basis of an…

More computing power speeds LK co·ordinate measuring machines

Separate microprocessor control of axis movements adds speed and accuracy to the latest generation of co‐ordinate measuring machines from LK Tool Company. The company has…

Sira goes into business with stress analysis

Sira Institute, the R & D establishment for scientific and industrial measurement has set up its own company, Ometron Ltd., to manufacture and market products which would…

Eye·in·hand robot vision scores over fixed camera

Clive Loughlin, Ed Hudson

The advent of low cost miniature solid state cameras now makes eye‐in‐hand robot vision a practical possibility. This paper discusses the advantages of eye‐in‐hand vision…

Tactile sensor arrays·the other option

Jerry Severwright

Tactile array sensor systems have a number of capabilities which make them very applicable to industrial robot systems. Work on their development and the interpretation of…

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan