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RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT


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Keely Portwaylooks at the trials and tribulations of bringing new technology to market, particularly in a pandemic


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he pandemic has impacted the global economy in several ways, and when it comes to technology,


and imaging in particular, some areas have fared better than others. Image sensors to guide robots cleaning hospitals or thermal imaging for screening for signs of fever are examples of advanced imaging playing a key role. But with issues such as the cost to


transfer emerging technology into a commercial product, and lockdown causing disruptions to supply chains and production volume, will the pandemic have a significant effect on research and development? And will this mean further hurdles when it comes to bringing new technology to market? Many vision industry representatives have remained optimistic. In a recent


webcast, hosted by Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, Anne Wendel, director of VDMA Machine Vision, said: ‘Of course we are all [vision firms] affected, but we believe that the machine vision industry will be the first to get out of this hole.’ Jeff Burnstein, president of the North


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