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Seeing the Value in Machine Vision Partnerships

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Seeing the Value in Machine Vision Partnerships
Published: November 27, 2014 Content info: 20 Pages
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Machine vision is a key component of automation, enabling tasks as varied as unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) navigation, aligning automobile doors in an assembly line, and sorting prescription medications during packaging. Demand for more advanced vision systems is growing daily, but system design is inefficient, and many companies struggle to hire the right talent to develop the systems they need. Academic partnerships can offer an attractive solution for enhancing vision capabilities while speeding development times and gaining access to early-stage technologies. This report surveys the state of machine vision technology today, and the top academic institutions in the field.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

LANDSCAPE

Machine vision's integral role in manufacturing has led to many advancements in the field; however, system design remains a major issue.

ANALYSIS

Asian universities lead in overall number of publications, but U.S. universities produce the highest-value research.

OUTLOOK

TABLE OF FIGURES

  • Figure 1: Graphic The Machine Vision Process
  • Figure 2: Graphic No Single Sensor Can Be Used for All Wavelengths
  • Figure 3: Graphic Costs of both CMOS and CCD Sensors Rise with Sensor Size
  • Figure 4: Table CCD Sensors Offer Higher Image Quality at Higher Costs
  • Figure 5: Graphic Asian Universities Far Outpace the Rest of the World in Machine Vision Publications, 2010-2014
  • Figure 6: Graphic China Accounts for Nearly 70% of all Asian Publications in Machine Vision, 2010-2014
  • Figure 7: Graphic Chinese and Singaporean Universities Produced the Most Machine Vision Papers, 2010-2014
  • Figure 8: Graphic U.S. and European Universities Produce the Majority of Impactful Papers, 2010-2014
  • Figure 9: Graphic U.S. Schools Average the Highest Citations per Paper for Machine Vision Publications, 2010-2014
  • Figure 10: Graphic Image Processing and Image Analysis Lead Overall Publications
  • Figure 11: Graphic Focus on Recognition Algorithms Steadily Increases
  • Figure 12: Graphic U.S. Schools Rank Highest for Partnership Opportunity
  • Figure 13: Table U.S. and European Schools Climb Highest on Partnership List Due to High Research Scores
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