Methane is a critical resource in global energy production and its demand is expected to increase as global energy consumption grows. Due to the increasing use of photovoltaic and wind turbine power plants, there also is an increased need for methane-based power plants to cope with intermittence of these energy sources.
The ushering in of the new digital era (Fourth Industrial Revolution) and a hyper-connected society has accelerated in recent times through necessity as our society rapidly embraces digitalization for remote working, education, telehealth, video-conferencing and many other aspects of our daily lives.
Skin testing is a well-known technique for allergy diagnosis: it is both sensitive and specific. Tests consist of introducing a liquid containing a small amount of potential allergen on the skin and observing the skin’s reaction. If the person is sensitive to the allergen, then a raised inflammatory reaction will occur on the skin called a wheal.
Increased need for automated food quality inspection creates opportunity for a growing company
Processes that require heating need safety controls because of the risk of fire
How infrared cameras can help in fighting against viral pandemic
Looking With New Eyes
Photonics and (opto)electronics
SWIR Multiplexing Temporal multiplexing for cost-effective multispectral solutions
An application at Ophir-Spiricon [RIE] called for the beam analysis of a 1550 nm SWIR
Thermal imaging can be a very powerful tool for semiconductor failure analysis.
High power CO2 lasers produce a beam of infrared light
The spatial intensity distribution of a laser beam is one of the key parameters to understand how a laser will perform in an application
In this article, we introduce adaptive optics and focus on the advantages of using (short-wave) infrared cameras in wavefront sensing.
In this article, we discuss several applications of SWIR (short-wave infrared) cameras in semiconductor inspection applications